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REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS FOR THE YEAR 1901. 



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Statement of pi-ices paid for photolithographic work since 1884-85 — Continued. 



Fiscal year. 


Contractor. 


Drawings of Letters Patent 
per sheet, current issues. 


Other litho- 
graphic 
work. 


Total. 


Thin 
copies. 


Thick 
copies. 


Bond 
copies. 


1884-85 


Norris Peters 


$0 01 

01 

01 

01 

01 

01 

01 

61 48 

61 48 

61 46 

6 95 

j r 93 

\ d 01 

c 80 

1 c 84 

I d 015 

( c 90 

) d 02 

5 e 89 

) d 02 

C e 93 

1 ri 08 

( e 98 

{ d 03 


Cents. 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
2 
8 
2 

£ .0175 

.015 

\ .015 

| .02 

| .02 

| .03 

j- .03 


Cents. 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
2 

.0175 

.01 
.02 

.025 

.025 

.03 

.08 


$78,671 99 
84,940 19 
79,509 57 
77, 907 96 
83,284 54 

101,292 67 

110. 998 97 
99, 992 58 
99,788 92 
94,911 S3 
60,482 04 

58,866 60 

58,960 78 

68,999 28 

75,999 85 

98, 999 90 

108.999 54 
a!07,824 86 


$118,286 39 


1885-S6 


do. 


129,291 19 


1886-87 


do 


121,377 97 


1887-88 


do. _ 


119,091 56 


1888-89 


do 


127,284 24 


1889-90 


do 


160, 285 0T 


1890-91 


do L 


176,965 07 


1891-92 


Norris Peters Co 


152, 962 OS 


1892-a3 


do 


154,787 22 


1893-94 


National Lithographic Co ... 


144,909 08 


1894-95 


Norris Peters Co 


98,779 92 


1895-96 


A. B. Graham 


101,192 90 


1896-97 


Norris Peters Co .. . .. 


94, 672 78 


1897-98 


do 


108, 748 68 


1898-99 


do 


122,065 45 


1899-1900 


An ^ 


154,092 70 


1900-1901.... 


• 

do 


171,099 54 


1901-1902 


do 


al74,274 36 



a Estimated amounts for current year based opon business for first half of fiscal year 1901-1902. 6 For 108" copies. cFor 
100 copies, d Two proof copies each, e For 75 copies. 



Table showing the number of patents issued by the United States and foreign countries from the 
earliest period to December 31, 1901. (Foreign figures for 1901 estimated.) 




Countries. 



To 1870, 
inclu- 
sive. 



Argentine Republic 

Austria 

Austria-Hungary 

Bahamas... 

Barbadoes 

Belgium 

Bolivia 

Brazil 

British Guiana 

British Honduras 

Canada 

Cevlon 

Chili 

Congo Free S*ate 

Denmark 

Fiji Islands 

Finland. 

France 

Germany 

Great Britain 

Guatemala 

Hawaii (prior to August 12, 189S) 

Hong-Kong- 

Hungary 

India 

Italy and Sardinia I 

Jamaica 

Japan _ ' 

Leeward Islands ' 

Liberia _ I 

Luxemburg 



15,350 



35,044 
42 
185 
82 

1 

4,081 

58 



464 



112 

103.&34 

9,996 

58,408 



445 

4.723 

23 



I 



1871 




to 


Total. 


1901. 




4.249 


4,332 


23.173 


25.173 


87,583 


82.933 


2 


Q 


118 


IIS 


132,232 


167.276 


65 


107 


3,984 


4,169 


94 


126 


19 


20 


73.641 


77,722 


489 


547 


335 


355 1 


94 


94 


11,473 


11.937 


27 


87 


1,632 


1,744 


227,048 




134.243 


144.239 


241,350 


294,758 


Oi 


57 


148 


118 


SI 


S7 


18,780 


18,780 


6,490 


6,935 


51.733 


56,456 


152 


174 


4.821 


4,821 


16 


16 


2 


•> 


4,643 


4.643 



Countries 



Malta 

Mauritius 

Mexico 

Netherlands 

Newfoundland 

New r South Wales 

New Zealand 

Norway 

Portugal 

Queensland 

Russia 

St. Helena 

South African Republic 

South Australia 

Spain 

Straits Settlements 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Tasmania 

Trinidad 

Tunis 

Turkey 

Uruguay 

Venezuela 

Victoria 

Western Australia 

Total foreign 
United States 

Grand total 358,764 



2,087,81: 



SUMMARY OF TABLES. 
In 1901 there were received 43,973 applications 
for mechanical patents. 2.3G1 applications for de- 
sign patents, 115 applications for reissues of pat- 
ents, 2,4Ki applications for registration of trade- 
marks. 1,064 applications for registration of labels, 
and 233 applications for registration of prints. 
There were 27, 292 patents issued, including designs, 
81 patents reissued, 1,928 trade-marks registered, 
878 labels, and 1 59 prints. The number of patents 
that expired was 19,147. The number of allowed 
applications awaiting the payment of final fees was 
8*869. The number that were forfeited for non- 



payment of the final fees was 4,111. The total ex- 
penditures were §1,297,3S5.64. The receipts over 
expenditures were $152,012.52. The total balance 
to the credit of the Patent Office in the Treasury 
of the United States on January 1, 1902, was 
$5,329,471.07. 

In proportion to population more patents were 
issued to citizens of Connecticut than to those of 
any other State — 1 to every 1,198. Next in order 
are the following: District of Columbia, 1 to every 
1,296; Massachusetts, 1 to every 1.472, New Jersey, 
1 to every 1,572; Rhode Island, 1 to every 1,581; 
Colorado. 1 to every 1,718; New York, 1 to every 



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1,7*3; California, 1 to every 1,959; Illinois, 1 to every 
1,984; Pennsylvania, 1 to every 2,221; Ohio, 1 to 
every 2,417; Washington, 1 to every 3,012; Michi- 
gan, 1 to every 3,198; Delaware, 1 to every 3,298; 
Oregon, 1 to every 3,308; New Hampshire, 1 to 
every 3,776; Indiana, 1 to every 3,812; Missouri, 1 
to every 3,840; Wisconsin, 1 to every 3,903; Iowa, 
1 to every 3,908; Maryland, 1 to every 4,013; Mon- 
tana, 1 to every 4,055; Minnesota, 1 to every 4,199 
Maine, 1 to every 4,480; Vermont, 1 to every 4,707 
Utah, 1 to every 5,031; Nebraska, 1 to every 5,151 
Idaho, 1 to every 5,578; Kansas, 1 to every 5,905 
Nevada, 1 to every 6,047; Arizona Territory, 1 to 
every 6,470; Wyoming, 1 to every 6,609; North Da- 
kota, 1 to every 7, 092; West Virginia, 1 to every 8, 125; 
Oklahoma Territory, 1 to every 8,298; New Mexico 
Territory, 1 to every 8,491; Texas, 1 to every 8,993; 
South Dakota, 1 to every 9,338; Virginia, 1 to every 
9,657; Kentucky, 1 to every 9, 849; Florida, ltoevery 
9,972; Tennessee, 1 to every 10,415. The fewest 
patents granted in proportion to the number of 
inhabitants were in the following States and Ter- 
ritories: Alaska Territory, 1 to every 31,796; South 
Carolina, 1 to every 28,517; Alabama, 1 to every 
22,300; North Carolina, 1 to every 18,386; Missis- 
sippi, 1 to every 18,038; Indian Territory, 1 to every 
17,820; Georgia, 1 to every 14,874. 

As to foreign patents, 1,045 were granted to resi- 
dents of Germany; 986 to those of England; 376 to 
those of Canada; 306 to those of France; 156 to 
those of Austria-Hungary; 56 to those of Switzer- 
land; 55 to those of Scotland; 54 to those of Bel- 
gium; 53 to those of Sweden; 37 to those of Italy; 
35 to those of Victoria; 30 to those of Denmark; 29 
to those of Russia; Ireland and New Zealand, 25 
each; New South Wales and Norway, 20 each; 19 
to those of Netherlands; 11 to those of Mexico; 9 
to those of South African Republic; 8 to those of 
South Australia; Argentina and Queensland, 5 
each; Cuba and India, 4 each; Colombia, Egypt, 
Roumania, and Western Australia, 3 each; Cape 
Colony and China, 2 each, and Algeria, Bermuda, 
Brazil, Jamaica, Japan, Java, Jersey, Peru, San 
Salvador, South Africa, Spain, Turkey, and Tur- 
key in Asia, 1 each. 

The Patent Office issued 27, 373 patents during the 
year 1901, the largest annual issue in its entire his- 
tory. 

The total number of trade-marks, prints, and 
labels registered for the year 1901 was 2,965, the 
largest issue of certificates of registration in the 
history of the Office. 

The condition of the Examining Divisions upon 
December 31 is indicated by the fact that of the 
thirty-six divisions sixteen were then taking up new 
cases for action within one month from the date of 
filing, nineteen were in arrears between one and 
two months, and one division between two and 
three months. The total number of cases awaiting 
action on the part of the Office upon December 31 
was 8,510. Of the Examining Divisions of this Office 
those which are more than one month in arrears 
and numbering twenty are under rules requiring 
them to work until five o'clock p. m. so long as 



they remain more than one month in arrears, and 
thus one hundred and twenty- eight Examiners and 
assistants out of two hundred and nineteen .are 
working overtime to keep up the work of their 
divisions. The work thus required beyond the reg- 
ular hours of the Department is equal to the work- 
ing time of twenty persons working continuously 
for the regular departmental hours. This condi- 
tion is chronic and is due to the fact that the work 
has outgrown the examining corps. 

The number of Examiners should be increased to 
provide properly for this situation, which operates 
unfairly against a skilled body of employees of the 
Government and which may be reasonably ex- 
pected to grow worse by the growth of the business 
of this Bureau in accordance with the general 
growth of the industrial arts of the country, of 
which it is an index. 

Already the work of classification has become a 
considerable part of the work of this Office and re- 
quires the continuous employment of a force of 
twelve Examiners and fourteen clerks. The value 
of this work is already manifest, and it should be 
allowed to proceed faster by the assignment of more 
assistants to this division. The fact that over seven 
hundred thousand patents have been issued by the 
Government is enough to suggest the truth that 
classification is a necessary thing if the system of 
examination of applications upon the question of 
novelty is to continue. 

During the year 1901 changes have been made in 
the methods employed in receiving, opening, ex- 
amining, and recording the mails of this Office and 
its cash contents. These changes were made upon 
the discovery of irregularities within the Office, 
which resulted in some changes in the personnel, 
and they have now been in force for five months. 
The result has been an almost complete cessation 
of complaints of losses of money alleged to have 
been sent to this Office. The improvement in this 
respect may be best estimated by considering the 
following statement: 
Total receipts for five months ending December 31, 

1900 -- 8529,618 69 

Total receipts for five months ending December 31, 

1901 _ - 558,405 '■: 

Recorded complaints of losses of money for above 

period of 1900 364 20 

Recorded complaints of losses of money for above 

period of 1901 6 05 

The system in force before this change undoubt- 
edly permitted the destruction of, complaints of 
losses, so that the .$364.20 only shows those remain- 
ing of record. Each of these items includes com- 
plaints of losses which may have occurred in the 
mails, as well as claims erroneously made. 

An indefinite but considerable loss of funds trans- 
mitted by postage -stamps was due to the same 
causes which resulted in losses of cash during the 
earlier part of the year 1901. The changes made 
have resulted in a total cessation of complaints of 
losses of this character. 

It is expected that the safeguards now employed 
will suffice to prevent lossof funds actuallyreceived 
by the Office. 

The Scientific Library of this Office contains 
about seventy-six thousand volumes, and it is the 



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best scientific library in this country. The Sum of 
$5,000, which was provided by Congress for the 
installation of steel stacks for its use, has been em- 
ployed for this purpose, the library having been 
given new and enlarged quarters, and it now ap- 
pears that the further sum of $2,500 will enable 
this work to be completed, and the increased use- 
fulness and greater safety of the library will justify 
and reo'"' this further expense to complete this 
work. 

The annual sum of $2,000 provided for the pur- 
chase of books is insufficient to furnish all that are 
required for the purposes of this library, and small 
as this sum is about $500 has been taken from it 
annually to pay the expenses of transporting pub- 
lications of patents issued by this Office to foreign 
governments. This custom is of long standing, 
but is not founded in reason, and the library should 
receive $4,000 per annum for purchase of books 
alone to enable it to serve the purposes of Exam- 
iners searching the arts in their respective classes. 

This Office is in receipt of continual complaints 
from people who send for printed copies'of patents, 
only to be answered that the desired copies are ex- 
hausted and cannot be furnished. The sum pro- 
vided for this purpose is expended where it is most 
urgently required, for copies needed in the trial of 
cases in the courts and for other purposes render- 
ing the request for reproduction special. A larger 
appropriation should be made for reprinting pat- 
ents, so that eventually all exhausted copies may 
be restored to the files and be available as ordered. 

It is believed that to meet the necessities already 

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pressing upon this Office, whereby its work may be 
kept up within the working hours provided by the 
rules prevailing generally in the Departments of 
the Government and to meet the requirements of 
the business of this Office for the fiscal year 1902- 
1903, there should be furnished the following addi- 
tional force, viz: three Principal Examiners, of 
whom one shall take the place of an assistantnow 
at the head of one of the Examining Divisions and 
the other two shall have charge of two new divi- 
sions to be formed. The following Assistant Ex- 
aminers will be required: four First Assistant Ex- 
aminers, eight Second Assistant Examiners, ten 
Third Assistant Examiners, and ten Fourth As- 
sistant Examiners 

This force will go in part to supply the twenty 
places now represented by overtime work in these 
divisions and will also replace eleven Acting Assist- 
ant Examiners who are drawn from grades of em- 
ployees not expected to perform such services and 
Avhose services can then be used in lines of work 
for which they were originally intended and which 
need them. It will also permit more rapid progress 
in the work of classification. 

The balance in favor of this Office for the calen- 
dar year 1901 amounted to $152,012.52, and if a por- 
tion of this could be expended in increase of force 
it would only meet the existing necessities of the 
work of this Bureau. 

Respectfully submitted, 

F. I. ALLEN, 

Commissioner of Patents. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 



OF 



PATENTEES FOR THE YEAR 1901 



[Patentees of Designs, Trade-Marks, Labels, and Prints, and parties who have filed Disclaimers follow this in separate indexes, 

but precede the Alphabetical List of Inventions.] 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 




A. B. Dick Company. (See Dick, Albert B., assignor.) 

A. B. Klay Company. (See Klay, Abraham B., assignor.) 

A. D. Fenwick Machine Company. (See Fenwick, Albert D., assignor.) 

A. H. Barber & Company. (See Flood, Samuel D., assignor.) 

A. Liesehen & Sons Rope Co. (See Stuart, Percy R., assignor.) 

A. Leschen & Sons Rope Company. (See Finlayson, Christopher T., assignor.) 

A. Lietz Company. (See Lietz, Adolph, assignor.) 

A. P. Dickey Manufacturing Company. (See Kellogg, Edwin M., assignor.) 

Aaron, William H., Stockton, Cai. Non-refillable bottle 

Aarons, Joseph, Detroit, Mich. Coin-controlled vending-machine . 

Aarons, Joseph, Detroit, Mich. Automatic coin-actuated vending device 

Aase, Georg P., Bergen, Norway. Window 

Abady, Jacques. (See Simmance and Abady.) 

Abate, Frank J., assignor of one-half to N. J. Gartelman, New York, N. Y. Non-refill 

able bottle - 

Abbe, Ernst, assignor to Firm C. Zeiss, Jena, Germany. Gaging spheroidal surfaces... 
Abbey, Edward F., assignor of one-half to C. A. Byers, Toledo, Ohio. Automatic niulti-? 

pie boring-machine - . i 

Abbey, Wilson H., and J. Altmos, Cleveland, Ohio. Electrode for secondary batteries . . 

Abbott, Benjamin J., assignor to Union Horse Nail Company, Chicago, 111. Horseshoe-) 
nail machine 5 

Abbott, Eli. (See Abbott, James C. and E.) 

Abbott, EliasK., Salamanca, N. Y Bag-holder attachment for trucks 

Abbott, Franklin E., Chicago, 111. Bridge-plate for rail-joints _ 

Abbott, Harry W. (See Porter and Abbott.) 

Abbott, Henry, New York, N. Y., assignor to Calculagraph Company, New York, N. Y., 
and East Orange, N. J. Adjustable bearing 

Abbott, Ira W., Nevada City, Cal. Lock 

Abbott, James C, Bellaire, Mich., and E. Abbott, Kinzie, Ind.; said James C. Abbott as- 
signor of one-half to L. H. Abbott, Bellaire, Mich. Broadcast seeder 

Abbott, Levi, West Medford, assignor to J. D. Bosworth, Somerville, and D. T. Lawrence, 
Cambridge. Mass. Cue-tip 

Abbott, Lizzie H. (See Abbott, James C. and E., assignors.) 

Abbott, Mary S., administratrix. (See Abbott, William W.) 

Abbott, R. E., et al. (See Maxam, Melvin M., assignor.) 

Abbott, William H. K. (See Gardiner and Abbott.) 

Abbott, William H. K. (See Libby, Peter M., assignor.) 

Abbott, William W., deceased, New Haven, Conn.; M. S. Abbott, administratrix. Match-) 
machine s 

Abel, Barnard, assignor to Titusville Iron Co., Titusville, Pa. Speed-regulator for gas-i 
engines - ) 

Abel Brothers and Company. (See Luthy, Adolph F. E., assignor.) 

Abel, Julius, Mannheim, assignor to Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik, Ludwigshafen, 
Germany. Blue sulfur dye and making same 

Abeleven, Frederik A. , Samarang, Java. Connecting corrugated-metal sheets for roofing. 

Abell, Harry H, Port E wen, N. Y. Fastening device 

Abendroth, Louis, Scimmerda, Germany. Safety-fuse 

Abenheim, Frederic B., San Francisco, Cal. Dumb-bell and Indian club 

Aberle, Christian, Saint Georgen in the Black Forest, Germany. Letter-file 

Aberle, Elias. (See Baecker, Louis, assignor.) 

Aberli, Edward. Buffalo, N. Y. Apparatus for reproducing maps and charts 

Ablett, John. (See Bell, Ernest D., assignor.) 

Abrahams, Mo'is H. (See Siegel and Abrahams.) 

Abrahams, Nathan, St. Louis, Mo. Car-ft nder 

Abrahamsohn, Robert. (See Meyer, Hartmann, and Abrahamsohn.) 

Abrahamson, AxelE., Chicago, 111. Wrerch 

Abrahamson, Peter, San Francisco, Cal. Ventilator 

Abram, John D., Tekamah, Nebr. Incubator 

Abrams, Albert A., St. Louis, Mo. Suspender-buckle 

Abrams, Albert A., St. Louis, Mo. Suspender-buckle 

Abrams, Albert A., St. Louis, Mo. Suspender-buckle _ 



080,405 
079,871 
087,418 
076,171 



Aug. 13 
Aug. 
Nov. 20 
June 11 



079,931 
674,951 


Aug. 
May 28 


660,217 


Jan. 15 


670,524 


June 18 


665,S57 


Jan. 15 


676,731 
689,151 


June 18 
Dec. 17 


679,408 
070,295 


July 30 
June 11 


08G,1S5 


Nov. 5 


075,313 


May 28 


6S8,811 


Dec. 17 


076,811 


June 18 


079,199 
070,753 
070.353 
075,993 
075,314 
068,010 


July 23 
Mar. 20 
Mar. 19 
June 11 
May 28 
Feb. 26 


660,788 


Jan. 29 


G80,212 


Aug. 13 


005,987 
079,932 
073,891 
073.011 
678,631 
679,200 


Jan. 15 
Aug. 6 
May 14 
May 7 
July 16 
July 23 



40711 
1815 



899 
3534 



2079 
2709 



3041 
3145 
2433 
1184 
3536 
2667 

3729 



913 

2190 
410 
960 
480 
2514 
3041 



404 
197 



(485 
"(480 
I 020 
1 027 



739 
570 
205 



S60 



203 



95 



96 



504 


94 


87 


96 


224 


95 


112 


95 


502 


96 


813 


90 



902 
2242 



1143 
1813 



2313 
2452 



792 
24S3 
2322 
2113 
1813 
1585 

820 



1243 

480 
1123 
1263 
1147 
540 
792 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Abrams, George H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Refrigerating apparatus 

Abrams, William R., assignor to Hand Manufacturing Company >f Oregon, Portland, 
Oreg. Boring-machine 

Abramson, Alfred C, and W. Person, Rockford, 111. Sewing-machine cabinet 

Abramson, Rudolph. (See Hall, Sam N., assignor.) 

Account, Audit & Assurance Company. (See Kittredge, Anson O., assignor.) 

Account, Audit & Assurance Company. (See Kittredge. Ernest R., assignor.) 

Accumulatoren and Electricitats-Werke Actiengesellschaft, vorm. W. A. Boese & Co. 
(See Hobel. Heinrich F., assignor.) 

Acetylene Generator Manufacturing Company. (See Beck, Charles W., assignor.) (Re- 
issue.) 

Ach, Fritz, Mannheim, assignor to C. F. Boehringer & Soehne, Waldhof, Germany. Al- 
koxy-caffein and making same 

Ach, Fritz, Mannheim, assignor to C. F. Boehringer & Soehne, Waldhof, Germany. 
Xanthin homologue and making same 

Ach, Fritz, Mannheim, assignor to C. F. Boehringer & Soehne, Mannheim-Waldhof, Ger- 
many Amido-tartronic acid and making same 

Ach, Fritz, Mannheim, assignor to C. F. Boehringer & Soehne, Mannheim-Waldhof, Ger- 
many. Paraiimidophenyl-glyoxy lie acid and making same _ 

Ach, Lorenz, Mannheim, assignor toC. F. Boehringer & Soehne, Mannheim-Waldhof, Ger- 
many. Preparing alkylized Durins. 

Ach, Lorenz, Mannheim, assignor to C. F. Boehringer & Soehne, Mannheim-Waldhof, Ger- 
many. Aromatic amido-aldehydes and making same 

Ach, Lorenz, Mannheim, assignor to C. F. Boehringer & Soehne, Mannheim-Waldhof, Ger- 
many. Alloxan-phenol and making same 

Ach, Lorenz, Mannheim, assignor to C. F. Boehringer & Soehne, Mannheim-Waldhof, Ger- 
many. Oxytartronic acid and making same 

Ach, Lorenz, Mannheim, assignor to C. F. Boehringer & Soel'ie, Waldhof, Germany. 
Aromaticamido-aldehydeancl making same 

Acheson, William, Pittsburg, Pa. Washing-machine 

Achille Bataille and Company. (See Bataille, Achille F., assignor.) 

Acker, Charles, Rushville, 111. Chair-seat 

Acker, Charles E., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Apparatus for the production of caustic alkali 
and halogen gas 

Acker, Charles E., assignor to Acker Process Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Produc- 
tion of caustic alkali and halogen gas _ 

Acker Process Company. (See Acker, Charles E., assignor.) 

Ackerly, Joseph, assignor of one-half to A. Labash, Passaic, N. J. Key-gage 

Ackerman, Jasper L., Monou, Ind. Break-lever lock for guns 

Ackerman, Louis, New York, N. Y. Garment supporter or fastener 

Ackerman, Otto W., Hot Springs, Va. Delivery faucet or valve for aerated liquids. 

Ackermann, Henry, St. Louis, Mo. Saw-set ._. 

Acklin, Alfred M., Pittsburg, Pa. Car-haul 

Acklin, Alfred M., Pittsburg, Pa. Car-checking device 

Acklin, Alfred rf., Pittsburg, Pa. Car-checking device 

Acklin, Alfred M., Pittsburg, Pa. Conveyer _ 

Acklin, Alfred M., and W. J. Patterson, assignors to Heyl & Patterson, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Chain conveyer. _. 

Ackroyd, Walter. (See Murray, Walter D., assignor.) 

Acme Harvester Company. (See Green. Henry, assignor.) 

Acme Manufacturing Company. (See Wood, George E., assignor.) 

Actien Gesellschaft fiir Anuin Fabrikation. (See Geldermann, Hugo, assignor.) 



No. 



074,! 



6(15,158 
070,120 



(See Haussmann, Emil, assignor.) 
(See Jaesschinand Kaltwasser, assignors.) 
(See Kaltwasser and Jaesschin, assignors.) 
(See Polikier, Heinrich, assignor.) 

(See Scheerer, Wil- 



(See 



Actien-Gesellschaft fiir Anilin Fabrikation. 
Actien-Gesellschaft fiir Anilin Fabrikation. 
Actien-Gesellschaft fiir Anilin Fabrikation. 
Actien-Gesellschaft fiir Anilin Fabrikation. 
Actien-Gesellschaft fiir Fein Mechanic, vormals Jetter & Scheerer, 

helm, assignor.) 
Actien-Gesellschaft zur Verwerthung der Osterr und Ungar Patente Th. Langer. 

Polic and Zimmermann, assignors.) 

Acton, John, Brooklyn, N. Y. Noiseless self-acting valve 

Adair, John, Waterford, Ireland. Pneumatic tire for wheels _ 

Adair, Leonard, et al. (See Atkinson, Francis F., assignor.) 
Adam, Agnes S. (See Howland-Sherman and Bennett, assignors.) 
Adam, Angus G. (See Cogeen, Harry, assignor.) 

Adam, George H., Home City, Ohio. Core-bar 

Adam, George J., Chicago, 111. Rake _ 

Adams, Adam, Old Fletton, England. Continuous-burning kiln for bricks or other arti 

cles - 

Adams, Arthur H., London, England. Automatic electric switch _. 



Adams, Bert M. (See Urie, Thomas, assignor.) 

Adams, Charles W., Washington, Pa. Car-fender 

Adams, Delmer C, Painesville, Ohio. Saw-set - 

Adams, Earl T., and J. E. Simpson, Portsmouth, Ohio. Toy pistol 

Adams, Elizabeth M., Portland, Oreg. Waist and skirt supporter 

Adams, F. Clifford. (See Hotaling, Sheridan P., assignor.) 

Adams, Frank E., assignor to S. Franklin, Chicago, 111. Machine for mounting orna- 
mental composition directly upon circular picture-frames. (Reissue) 

Adams, Frank R., et al. (See Hatter, John A., assignor.) 
Adams, Fred L. (See Smith, Walton D., assignor.) 
Adams, Frederic A. (See Barber and Adams.) 

Adams, Frederick T., Derby, England. Lace-machine 



Adams, Friedrich O., and A. Donaldson, Allegheny, Pa. Heating-stove 

Adams, George, and W. E. Howland, Passaic, N. J. Antidust ashes-removing apparatus. 

Adams, George B., Irvington, N. J. Cuff -holder 

Adams, George B., Irvington, N. J. Badge 

Adams, George E., New Britain, Conn. Garment-supporter 

Adams,'' r 10., Now Britain, Conn. 

Adams, (; 10., New Britain, Conn. 

Adams, George E., New Britain, Conn. 
Adams, George E., New Britain, Conn. 
Adams. Qeorge 10., Glens Falls, N. Y. 



Suspenders. 

Suspenders 

Suspenders 

Separable 1 fastener . 
Leaf-t uruer 



007,380 

007,381 

676,859 

070,800 

670,801 

070,802 

670,803 

070,864 

667,382 
674,661 

680,632 

674,691 

687,709 

683,871 
667.051 
680.093 
665,357 
669.297 
669,111 
683,370 
6S3,371 
083,372 

007,174 



672,051 
668,398 



668,474 
676.525 

673,231 

688,982 



675,580 
088,151 
075.315 
080,106 



11,940 



075,701 
088,051 

080,500 

080,950 
684,491 

077.911 
080.558 
080,079 
087,188 
088.278 
081,773 



Date. 



May 21 

Jan. 1 
Mar. 19 



Feb. 5 

Feb. 5 

June 25 

June 25 

June 25 

June 25 

June 25 

June 25 

Feb. 5 
May 21 

Aug. 13 

May 21 

Dec. 3 

Oct. 1 
Jan. 29 
Nov. 19 
Jan. 1 
Mar. 5 
Mar. 5 
Sept. 24 
Sept. 24 
Sept. 24 

Feb. 5 



Apr. 10 
Feb. 19 



Feb. 19 
June 18 

Api'. 30 
Dec. 17 

June 4 
Dec. 3 
May 28 
Aug. G 

Oct. 22 



June 4 
Dec. 3 

Nov. 13 

Aug. 20 
Oct. 15 
July 9 
Aug. 13 
Aug. 20 
Nov. 20 
Dec. 10 
Sept. 3 



Monthly 
volume. 



2051 



645 

1990 



412 

414 

2857 

2802 

2808 

2870 

2873 

2876 

418 
2384 

1664 

243S 

1 

819 

4200 

1845 

982 

421 

74 

3099 

3101 

3103 



010 



144 
463 



2193 
2255 



2394 
2249 



549 

637 

563 

1 

179 
9S3 

409 
227 
98 
17 
709 
709 
710 

1 



500 
504 



537 

499 

(1020 

H027 

420 i J 55? 



4443 > 



414 

802 

3537 

713 



337S 



684 

680 

1460 
2330 
1998 
1107 
1538 
1788 
2810 
1093 
880 



1 500 



194 
808 
158 



(130 
I 131 
(157 
l 158 
i, 822 
i 328 
518 

151 
255 
338 
393 
023 
251 

45 



Official 
Gazette. 



06 1551 
97 437 

96 250 



1367 
1137 
1604 

2091 
1911 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Adams, George H., Griswold, Iowa. Case for stuffed birds or animals 

Adams, George R. and M. O., Hiawatha, Kans. Incubator 

Adams, George AV., Stoughton, Mass. Coin-controlled indicating mechanism 

Adams, George W., Stoughton, Mass. Clock 

Adams, Hanson H., Everett, Mass. Galloping horse and sulky 

Adams, Harold E., and 0. R. Stapfer, Paterson, N. J. Reed for creel-frames 

Adams, Harold F., Atlantic City, N. J. Combination wardrobe and bed or couch 

Adams, Henry. (See Drescher and Adams.) 

Adams, James D. (See Robbins, McPike, and Adams.) 

Adams, Johanu P. H., St. Paul, Minn. Keyboard for musical instruments 

Adams, Johann P. H., St. Paul, Minn. Musical notation 

Adams, John D. (See McCord and Adams.) 
Adams, John J. (See Webb, George E., assignor.) 

Adams, John 0., Marengo, 111. Tablet-holder 

Adams, John Q., Marengo, 111. Mail-box.. _ 

Adams, John Q., Marseilles, 111. Conveyer 

Adams, John Q., Marseilles, 111. Equalizer 

Adams, John W. (See Langguth, Charles, assignor.) 

Adams, Joseph, Philadelphia, Pa. Knitting-machine 

Adams Laundry Machinery Company. (See Sharp, Alonzo, assignor.) 

Adams, Lewis T., Whitman, Mass. Eyelet-hole machine 

Adams, Lynchburg, Santa Rosa, Cal. Reversible ratchet 

Adams, Lynnly C. (See Hatter and Adams.) 
Adams, Lynnly C, et al. (See Hatter, John A., assignor.) 
Adams, M. U. (See Eaton, Russell W., assignor.) . 
Adams, Milton O. (See Adams, George R., and M. O.) 

Adams, Olin, Chicago, 111. Bottle-stopper 

Adams, Peter H. (See Paca, William S., assignor.) 

Adams, Phineas H., assignor to E. C. Peck, Chicago, 111. Centrifugal separator 

Adams, Phineas H., assignor to E. C. Peck, Chicago, 111. Centrifugal sizer 

Adams, Phineas H., assignor to E. C. Peck, Chicago, 111. Centrifugal separator 

Adams, Phineas H., assignor to E. C. Peck, Chicago, 111. Centrifugal separator 

Adams, Robert F. (See McKee, Hugh, assignor.) 

Adams, Walter G., Racine, Wis. Portable elevator _ _ 

Adams, Walter H., Sound Beach, Conn. Brake for vehicles 

Adams, Walter S., assignor to J. A. Brill, Philadelphia, Pa. Car-truck 

Adams & Westlake Company. (See Hamm, William S., assignor.) 

Adams & Westlake Company. (See Mosher, John A., assignor.) 

Adams & Westlake Company. (See Mosher and Hamm, assignors.) 

Adams & Westlake Company. (See Mosher and Wishart, assignors.) 

Adams & Westlake Company. (See Wishart, William, assignor.) 

Adams, William C, Olds, Iowa. Milk-pail support 

Adams, William D., Laurel, Ind. Machine for splitting ears of corn 

Adams, William W., Jr., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Pennsylvania Process Company, 
Camden, N. J. Apparatus for decreasing leather _ _ 

Adams, William W., Jr., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Pennsylvania Process Company, 
Camden, N. J. Degreasing leather 

Adamson, Alfred, Lynn, Mass. Reversing-gear for motor-vehicles _ 

Adamson, Andrew J., assignor of four-fifths to E. B. Denison, Chicago, 111. Separating 
the core or pith from rind of fibrous material 

Adamson, Charles E., Muncie, Ind. Printing-press attachment for printing from inked 
ribbons _ 

Adamson, Charles E., Muncie, Ind. Wad for cartridges 

Addenbrooke, George L., Westminster, London, England. Electrostatic instrument 

Addicks, John E., et al. (See Kelley, Alexander, assignor.) 

Addington, Charles A., et al. (See Gary, Albert D., assignor.) 

Addington, William H., et al. (See Gary, Albert D., assignor.) 

Addleman, John S., assignor of two-thirds to A. A. Armstrong, Cleveland, Ohio. Exer- 
cising apparatus __ 

Ade, William F., Jr., Williamsport, Pa. Spring-bed 

Adelhelm, Charles, Chicago, 111. Fan propulsion 

Adelsperger, Dow L., assignor to Foos Manufacturing Company, Springfield, Ohio. 

Grinding-mill _ _ 

Adelsperger, Dow L., assignor to Foos Manufacturing Company, Springfield, Ohio. 

Grinding or crushing mill 

Adelsperger, Dow L., assignorto Foos Manufacturing Company, Springfield, Ohio. Ap-) 

paratus for grinding, crushing, orfeeding 5 

Ader, Emile, New York, N. Y. Bottle 

Adkins, David. (See Elgin and Adkins.) 

Adkins, Jesse M., and \\ . G. Blair, Blair's Mills, Ky. Vehicle 

Adler, Augusta, Tacoma, Wash. Tourist's stool 

Adler, Henry, Pittsburg, Pa. Gas-stove 

Adler, Josef, Berlin, Germany. Magazine-camera.-- 

Adrean, Charles H. (See Dean and Adrean.) 

Adreon, Edward L., Jr. (See O'Brien, John J., assignor.) 

Adriance, Piatt and Company. (See Case, Henry J., assignor.) 

Adriance, Piatt & Company. (See Brown, Thomas S., assignor.) 

Adsit, Silas, Jamestown, Ohio. Movable earth-box 

Adt, Albert W., Baltimore, Md. Tobacco-cutter 

Adt, John B., Baltimore, Md. Tobacco-cutter 

Advance Thresher Company. (See Van Ness, Albert, assignor.) 
Advance Tire Company. (See Skinner, Frederick W., assignor.) 
Aeberli, William, Paterson, N. J., assignor of one-half to R. and H. Simon, Union Hill 

N. J., and Easton. Pa. Woven fabric 

Aeckersberg, Katharine E., New York, N. Y. Skirt-supporter 



684. 
685. 
672, 

(IB 1 ,). 

684. 

082,777 

075,702 



682. 



005,300 



087,710 



672,471 
677,846 
665,359 



670,028 
669,434 

685,551 

685,553 
673,071 

684,492 

670.576 
681,091 
688,919 



681,664 

OSj.S'.ts 

667,899 

678,111 

6S2,157 
682,158 
676,613 

667,280 
669,497 

0*0.051 

669,971 



683,096 
688,011 
669,298 



000.253 
678.151 



Oct. 15 

Oct. 29 

Apr. 16 

Dec. 24 

Oct. 15 
Sept, 17 

June 4 



Sept. 3 
Sept. 3 



June 18 
Nov. 19 

Oct. 8 

Oct. 22 

Jan. 1 

Jan. 1 
Sept. 24 



Dec. 3 

Feb. 26 
Feb. 26 
Feb. 26 
Feb. 26 

Apr. 23 
July 9 
Jan. 1 



Mar. 26 
Mar. 5 

Oct. 29 

Oct. 29 
Apr. 30 

Oct. 15 

Mar. 26 
Aug. 20 
Dec. 17 



Aug. 27 
Nov. 5 

Feb. 12 



July 9 

Sept. 10 
Sept. 10 
June 18 

Feb. 5 
Mar. 12 
Dec. 17 
Mar. 19 



Sept, 24 
Dec. 3 
Mar. 5 



Jan. 22 
July 9 



2451 

3979 

2147 

3434 

1845 
2043 

638 



675 
676 



2301 
1846 

1369 

2521 

873 

984 

■r,2H 



2941 
2944 
2949 

2990 
961 



2029 
645 

39S1 

3984 
4153 

1997 

2824 

25113 
2301 



329 
1355 

1479 

917 

921 

2411 

203 
791 
2500 
1685 



2618 
579 
422 



1550 



558 
(910 
1911 

498 
(804 
|805 

408 

461 
(131 
1132 



146 
147 



513 

409 

(303 

)304 

574 

201 

228 

628 



(654 

1 055 



97 

j-97 

95 

j-97 

97 
96 

Us 



96 
96 



95 
97 

■97 

97 

94 

94 

96 



654 
655 
655 
(655 
1656 
656 

(693 
1694 
226 
(228 
1229 



149 

911 

912 
950 

451 

661 
573 
533 



826 

67 

(296 

1297 

341 

205 
(205 
| 206 

539 

42 
184 
589 
396 



601 
1136 
137 



616 
357 



94 

L94 
94 

p95 
96 



94 
94 

97 

97 
95 

97 

94 
96 
97 



96 
97 

-94 



96 

96 
■96 
95 

94 
94 

97 

01 



96 

-97 
94 



94 
96 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 

Gazette. 



Aeolian Co. (See Moore, Hartwell R., assignor.) 

Aeolian Co. (See Pain, Robert W., assignor.) 

Aeolian Company. (See Welin, Peter, assignor.) 

Aermotor Company. (See Dyer, Robert M., assignor.) 

Aerolene Light Syndicate. (See Legge, James S., assignor.) 

Aero-Pulverizer Company. (See Wheildon, William M., assignor.) 

Affeltranger, Rudolf, Zurich, and L. Zweifel, Nettstall, Switzerland. Production of wa- 
ter-marks 

Aglar, Francis B. (See Hoyle and Aglar.) 

Aglar, Francis B., assignor to Interchangeable Brake Beam Company, St. Louis, Mo. 
Brake-beam _ , 

Aglar, Francis B., deceased; (S. L. Slattery, administratrix,) and A. G. Steinbrenner, St. 
Louis, Mo. Side bearing for car-trucks 

Agner, Harry M. (See Varner, Mosher, and Agner.) 

Agnes, Matthew A., et al. (See Meredith, Walter W., assignor.) 

Agnew, A. H., et al. (See Cheeseman, Lewis, Sr'., assignor.) 

Agnew, Lee A., New York, N. Y. Mechanism for feeding off newspapers, &c, from piles 

Agnew, Park, et al. (See Cheeseman, Lewis, Sr., assignor.) 

Ahara, George V. , Beloit, Wis. Feeder for explosive-engines 

Ahlberg, Gustav A. F., Pittsburg, Pa. Water-heater ___ 

Ahlberg, Gustave A. F. (See Le Pontois, Leon J., assignor.) 

Ahlstrom, Charles A., Jamestown, N. Y. Piano-action _ 

Ahlvin, JohnE., Joliet, 111. Dcor-hanger ___ 

Ahrens, George C. (See O'Connor and Ahrens. ) 

Ahrens, John T., assignor of one-half to W. F. Smalley and E. T. Knight, Wilmington, 

Del. Loom-shuttle 

Ahwaga Manufacturing Company. (See Lockwood, Edward M., assignor.) 
Aid, Fred, et al. (See McDonald, Charles W., assignor.) 
Aid, George, et al. (See McDonald, Charles W., assignor.) 
Aiken, Charles W. (See Mitchell, Albion L. F., assignor.) 

Aiken, HughK., Lawrens, S. C. Toy ._ _. 

Aiken, Emilie S., Boston, Mass. Veiling display-stand 

Aiken, Stephen F., et al. (See Titus and Covert, assignors.) 

Ainley, Harry F., London, England. Two-reel sewing-machine 

Ainsworth, Thomas, Pleasanton, Cal. Animal-trap 

Airey, James, West Hartlepool, England. Packing for pistons 1 ___ 

Aitchison, James, London, England. Binocular glasses 

Aitken, James, The Breakwater, near Geelong, Victoria. Rotary pump for air, water J 

&c 5 

Aitken, William. (See Sinclair and Aitken.) 

Ajax Manufacturing Company. (See Blakeslee, John R., assignor.) 

Akers, Alfred. (See Harpham and Akers.) 

Akers, Frederick I. E., Chicago, III. Dumping-vehicle 

Akers, Julian E., assignor to J. Timms, Columbus, Ohio. Dust-guard 

Akers, Maurice L., lone, Oreg. Slat-fastener 

Akin, Abraham I., assignor of one-half to M. Akin, Fort Collins, Colo. Hay-stacker 

Akin, Myron. (See Akin, Abraham I., assignor.) 

Akkumulatoren & Elektricitats werke Aktiengesellschaf t vorm. W. A. Boese & Co. (See 

Hobel, Heinrich F., assignor.) 
Akron Electrical Manufacturing Company. (See Pomeroy, William D., assignor.) 
Akron Glass and Machinery Company. (See Bridgwater and Haley, assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget Automatgevar. (See Kjellman and Andersson, assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget L. M. Ericsson & Co. (See Ericsson, Lars M., assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Platons Knappfastare. (See Platon, John E., assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Separator. (See Strom, Ossian J. R., assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Sveaseparatorn. (See Nilsson, Frans O., assignor.) 
Aktiengesellschaft Mix & Genest, Telephon- und Telegraphen- Werke. (See Piel, Jean, 

assignor. ) 

Alarme, Louis, New York, N. Y. Hair-dresser's block. 

Alaska Packers Association. (See Haigh, Samuel, assignor.) 
Alaska Packers Association. (See Munn, William, assignor.) 
Alaska Packers Association. (See Munn and Lotz, assignors.) 

Albach, Riley, Mount Gilead, Ohio. Husking-peg 

Alban, Carlos, Panama, Colombia. Geographical clock __ _ 

Albania, Jan, Apeldoorn, Netherlands. Apparatus for steering and stopping ships 

Albee, HonestusM., Newark, N. J. Engraving-machine 

Albert, Elmer E., Malta, Idaho. Rotary engine. _. 

Albert, Friedrich, Nuremberg, Germany. Sheet-metal step-pulley 

Albert, Friedrich, Nuremberg, Germany. Screw-stock _ 

Albert, Joseph, assignor of one-half to P. J. Kaufmann, Milwaukee, Wis. Food-cabinet- 
Albert, Otto. (See Sawyer and Albert. ) 
Albert, Otto, assignor to Shaw Electric Crane Company, Muskegon, Mich. Spring chock 

or buffer __ 

Albert, William H. (See Allegree and Albert.) 
Albertson, William B. (See Rodebaugh and Albertson.) 
Albig, Jacob H., et al. (See Dixon, Thomas, assignor.) 
Albig, John W., et al. (See Dixon, Thomas, assignor.) 

Albrecht, Christian A., Berlin, Germany. Multiple-magazine linotype-machine 

Albrecht, Frederick W., Toledo, Ohio. Photographic roll-film 

Albrecht, Herman S. (See Schoellhorn and Albrecht.) 
Albrecht, Otto. (See Tindel and Albrecht.) 

Alcock, Alfred U., London, England. Electrical signaling apparatus 

Alcohol Syndicate. (See Macalpine, Thomas, assignor.) 

Alden, George I., Worcester, Mass. Automatic hydraulic gravity -valve 

Alden, George I., assignor to Plunger Elevator Company, Worcester, Mass. Straighten-; 

ing and bending machine ._ J 

Alden, Herbert W., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Electric Vehicle Company, Jersey City, 

N. J., and New York, N. Y. Towing apparatus for boats -. 



673,583 

686,378 
686,379 

673,893 



684,663 
667,356 

667,643 
689,569 



668,133 



669,498 
680,450 



685,503 
688,571 
666,611 

666,588 



677,847 
677,611 
668,551 
665,560 



686,186 



681,176 
682.016 

CG7,4S3 
671,174 
677,531 
665,949 
666,789 
666,953 



678,531 



688,813 
687,184 



679,717 
673,991 

665,950 



Apr. 33 

Nov. 13 
Nov. 13 



May 14 



Oct. 15 
Feb. 5 



Feb. 5 
Dec. 24 



Feb. 13 



Mar. 13 
Aug. 13 

Sept. 17 

Oct. 39 
Dec. 10 
Jan. 33 

Jan. 33 



July 9 
July 2 
Feb. 19 
Jan. 8 



3168 

1330 
1331 



963 



3313 
373 



871 
3505 



1731 



793 
1339 



2473 

3899 
1659 
3374 

3334 



508 
3511 
1413 



Nov. 5 



Aug. 37 
Sept. 3 
Feb. 5 
Apr. 2 
July 2 
Jan. 15 
Jan. 39 
Jan. 39 



July 16 



Dec. 17 

Nov. 36 



Oct. 1 

Aug. 6 
May 14 

Jan. 15 



901 



3753 

677 

623 

518 

348 

3133 

3730 

4059 



2391 



3083 
3841 



831 

1 
1139 

3133 



738 

270 

270 



224 
225 
|226 

534 
78 

186 



184 
393 

1560 
1561 
'893 
390 
782 
(773 
1774 



226 
121 



324 



197 



611 
147 
125 
118 
84 
494 
860 
937 



516 



i486 
1487 
633 



fl79 
J 180 
1 181 
[183 

1 
)363 
)264 

494 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Alden Type Machine Company. (See Breakey, James, assignor.) 

Alden Type Machine Company. (See Low, Abbot A., assignor.) 

Alden Type Machine Company. (See Low and Breakey, assignors.) 

Alden, William T. (See Sorensen and Alden.) 

Alderfer, JohnM., Sharon Center, Ohio. Machine for manufacturing crate-heads 

Alderman, Daniel W., assignor of one-third to J. W. Goodwin, Covington, Va. Car- 
coupling __ __ _ __ 

Alderson, George, Lasalle, assignor to C. Brunner, Peru, 111. Pump-jack 

Alderson, George, Lasalle, assignor to C. Brunner, Peru, 111. Valve-gear for gas-engines. 

Alderson, William C. (See Cornell, Elijah B., assignor.) 

Aldis, Hugh L., County of Middlesex, England. Photographic lens 

Aldrich, E. A. (See Wright, AVilliam D., assignor.) 

Aldrich, George A., San Francisco, Cal. Coin-calculating device 

Aldrich, Robert and W. T., Millville, Mass., assignors to themselves, F. L. Cleveland andi 
G. H. Baker, Woonsocket, R. I. Variable-speed driving mechanism < 

Aldrich, Robert and W. T., Millville, Mass., assignors to themselves, F. L. Cleveland and 
G. H. Baker, Woonsocket, R. I. Carbureting device for explosive-engines 

Aldrich, Roscoe H., assignor to Jeanesville Iron Works Company, Jeanesville, Pa. Sink- 
ing-pump ._ 

Aldrich, William H., Springfield, Ohio. Wind- wheel 

Aldrich, William H., Springfield, Ohio. Rotary gas-engine 

Aldrich, William T. (See Aldrich, Robert and'W. T.) 

Aldridge, William G. (See Meacham, Robert, Jr., assignor.) 

Alefeld, Georg, assignor to L. Ziegenbruch, Darmstadt, Germany. Preparation of col- 
oring-matters for luster- ware - 

Alessi, Federico, New York, N. Y. Projectile 

Alessi, Federico, New York, N. Y. Machine-gun 



No. 



i;s.-,.k'.i<.) 



673,938 
674,6152 



Date. 



Nov. 5 

May 14 

May 21 

675,581 June 4 



Alessi, Federico, New York, N. Y. Machine-gun 

Alexander, Alexander G., Detroit, Mich. Water-closet valve 

Alexander, Alexander W., et al. (See Deike, August H., assignor.) 

Alexander, Andrew L., Piedmont, S. C. Seed-planter _ 

Alexander, Edgar W. (See Tyson, James R., assignor.) 

Alexander, Edwin M., Sykesville, Md. Corn-planter 

Alexander, Elmer P., Yeagertown, Pa. Die for forging axes, hatchets, &c 

Alexander, Elmer P., Yeagertown, Pa. Forging-press 

Alexander, Jacob, New York, N. Y. Eyeglasses 

Alexander, Jesse H., Labelle, Mo. Combined harrow and planter _ 

Alexander, John E., Newark, N. J., assignor to General Phonosphere Corporation. Talk- 
ing-machine 

Alexander, John M., assignor of one-third to H. IV Cone, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Hat and 
umbrella rack 

Alexander, John S. L., and A. G. Schoonmaker, Philadelphia, Pa. Pressure-regulator .. 

Alexander, Phoebus H., et al. (See Duppler, Anton, assignor.) 

Alexander, Robert E., Forest City, Pa., assignor to Heitzman Tool and Supply Company, 
New York, N. Y. Car-replacer _ 

Alexander, Scott W., Los Angeles, Cal. Yielding automatic adjustable car-fender 

Alexander, Urbana D., Canonsburg, Pa. Machine for making pipe-elbows 

Alexander, William A., Wilkinsburg, Pa. Device for supplying water to flush-tanks 

Alfred, William H. L., London, England. Treating cocoa or like fibers 

Algonquin Electric Brake Company. (See Crafts, Perley P., assignor.) 

Alhart, Clarence E., Rochester, N. Y. Soap-bubble blower 

Alison, William H., San Francisco, Cal. Piston-packing 

Allan, William. (See Michaelson, James M., assignor.) 

Allard, Eugene, Cannes, France. Molding and frying implement 

Allder, Thomas, Jr., and T. H. Streater, London, England. Seat or stage for window- 
cleaners or the like 

Allegmeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft. (See Ochs, Karl, assignor.) 

AUegree, William L., and W. H. Albert, Upland, Ind. Churn. ._ 

Allen, Aaron, Philadelphia. Pa. Machine for cutting borders and trimming wall-paper . 

Allen, Albert, Spokane, Wash. Submarine mining-machine 

Allen, Albert M., Pauls Valley, Ind. Ter. Elevator for binders 

Allen, Alexander A., Birmingham, Ala. Ore-separator 

Allen, Alonzo W. (See Overrocker, Fredrick T., assignor.) 

Allen, Anna R.. et al. (See Allen, Lemuel E., assignor.) 

Allen, Arthurs., Boston, Mass. Tympan fabric for use in printing __ 

Allen, Augustus N., Scranton, Pa. Smoothing-iron handle __ 

Allen, Benjamin F., Portland, Me. Antifriction drawer-slide 

Allen, Benjamin F. , assignor of one-half to J. W. Baker, St. Louis, Mo. Steam-trap 

Alien, Bona and Bona, Jr., Buford, Ga. Tanning 

Allen, BronsonM., Columbus, Onio. Machine for trimming wall-paper 

Allen, Charles F., San Francisco, Cal. Ore- washer 

Allen, Charles F., assignor to Dauntless Burner & Gas Stove Co., Massillon, Ohio. Gas- 
burner for furnaces 

Allen, Charles F., assignor to Dauntless Burner & Gas Stove Co., Massillon, Ohio. Gas- 
burner 



Allen, Charles F.,Hueneme, assignor of one-half to L. B. Hogue and W. C. Hewitt, Santa 

Paula, Cal. Tire for vehicle-wheels 

Allen, Charles F., and W. B. Grow, Hueneme, assignors of one-half to L. B. Hogue, 

Santa Paula Cal. Drive-well device 

Allen, Charles H. , Marlboro, Mass. Welt-guide for sewing-machines 

Allen , Charles W. , Philadelphia, Pa. Fastener for envelops... 

Allen, Clyde, Hazleton, Iowa. Igniter for gas-engines 

Allen, David H., Miamisburg, Ohio. Tobacco-pipe-charging device 

Allen, David H., Miamisburg, Ohio. Soap-suspender 

Allen, Edmund T., and E. H. Griffin, assignors to L. Manasse Company, Chicago, 111. 

Phorometer __ _ 

Allen, Edward A., Rumford Falls, Me., and H. K. Moore, Lynn, Mass., assignors, by 

mesne assignments, to Moore Electrolytic Company, Portland, Me., and Boston, Mass. 

Electrolyzing salts of alkali metals _ _ 

Allen, Edward B., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Singer Manufacturing Company, of New 

Jersey. Power-transmitter 

Allen, Edward B., Elizabeth, N. J., assignorto Singer Manufacturing Company, of New 

Jersey. Buttonhole-sewing machine 



682,017 

673.591 
669,499 

682,596 

673,939 

665,858 
668,617 



6.S6.6'.I5 
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672,690 

083,240 

671,123 

677,612 

681,427 

068,704 
678,291 
677,912 
681,944 

085,024 

665,846 
686,019 



686,841 

677,532 

681,177 

669,193 
689,052 

688,376 
681,383 

682,515 

683,013 

565,045 
068,945 
669,276 
675.703 
688,279 



687,711 
681,606 
678,211 
670,909 
689,773 
669,066 
679,100 

670.979 

672,748 

665,715 

674,191 
677,492 
682,159 
677,491 
679,872 
684,033 

670,923 



680,191 
673,353 
677.391 



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Mar. 12 

Sept. 17 

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July 2 
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Apr. 30 
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2862 

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509 

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2829 
1816 
1108 
552 

2978 

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2561 

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1731 

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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Allen, Edward B., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Singer Manufacturing Company, of New 

Jersey. Sewing-machine presser-f oot-lif ting device 

Allen, Edward B., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Singer Manufacturing Company, of New 

Jersey. Sewing-machine needle-bar mechanism ._ ._ 

Allen, Edward B., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Singer Manufacturing Company, of New 

Jersey. Guide for carpet-sewing machines 

Allen, Edward B., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Singer Manufacturing Company, of New 

Jersey. Overseam for sewed articles _ _ 

Allen, Edward B., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Singer Manufacturing Company, of New 

Jersey. Overseam for sewed articles .__ _ _ 

Allen, Edward B., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Singer Manufacturing Company, of New 

Jersey. Overseam for sewed articles _ 

Allen, Erasmus W., Hiawatha, Kans. Washing-machine 

Allen, Everett P., assignor of one-half to W. C. Hill, Chicago, 111. Radiator-valve 

Allen, Everett P., assignor of one-half to W. C. Hill, Chicago, 111. Valve for radiators. . 
Allen, Ferdinand H. (See Weeks and Earle, assignors.) 

Allen, Frank, Memphis, Tenn. Weather-strip and sash-fastener 

Allen, Frank H., Norwich, Conn. Meat-tenderer _ _ 

Allen, Fred M., assignor of one-third to L. W. Band, Esmond, 111. Calf trough and rack 

Allen, Frederick E., Boston, Mass. 1'ype-writer for printing bulletins, &c 

Allen, Frederick E., Boston, and R. H. Danforth, Salem, assignors to Improvements 
Manufacturing Company, Boston, Mass. Boat-lowering device ; 

Allen, George, Franklin, Pa. Furnace ._ '. 

Allen, George A., Coleta, 111. Bedclothes-fastener 

Allen, George L., assignor of one-half to W. D. Hart, Bradford, Pa. Pharmaceutical im- 
plement 

Allen, George S., assignor to Peck, Stow and Wilcox Company, Southington, Conn. 
Handle 

Allen, George T., New York, N. Y, Cooking utensil 

Allen, George V., and J. E. Schumacher, York, England. Brake for road-vehicles 

Allen, H. (See Moore, James A., assignor.) 

Allen, Homer L. (See O'Brien and Allen.) 

Allen, Howard D., assignor to Eagle Lock Co.. Terryville, Conn. Desk-lock 

Allen, J. Worth, et al. (See Truax, William T., assignor.) 

Allen, James V., Ontario, N. Y. Street-sweeper 

Allen, John H., New York, N. Y. Riveting-machine _ „ 

Allen, Lemuel E., assignor to A. R. Allen and W. J. Poyser, Canton, Ohio. Vehicle-tire 

Allen, Lynn, assignor to Allen Manufacturing Company, Kalamazoo, Mich. Folding box 
or egg-crate .- 

Allen Manufacturing Company. (See Allen, Lynn, assignor.) 

Allen, Martin G., Decorah, Iowa. Non-refillable bottle 

Allen, Robert D., Macdonald, W. Va. Dumping-car 

Allen, Samuel F., Chicago, 111. Frictional driving mechanism 

Allen, Walter L., assignor to Thompson & Norris Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Paper- 
tube machine- ; 

Allen, Walter M., assignor to Warner & Swasey Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Chuck-op- 
erating mechanism for lathes 

Allen, Willard E., Erie, Mich. Fruit-picker 

Allen, William A., assignor of one-half to W. O. Allen, Billings, Mont. Brake-shoe 

Allen, William E., Madison, Wis. Band-saw guide __ 

Allen, William E., Salem, Mass., assignor to Draper Company, Portland, Me., and Hope- 
dale, Mass. Yarn-spinning apparatus 

Allen, William E., Salem, Mass., assignor to Draper Company, Portland, Me., and Hope- 
dale, Mass. Warp-stop-motion mechanism for looms 

Allen, William O. (See Allen, William A., assignor.) 

Allen, William R., Hoquiam, Wash. Cattle-guard 

Allen, William R., Hoquiam, Wash. Nut-lock 

Allen, Willis E., Baltimore, Md. Dental tool 

Allendorfer, John H., Westmont, Pa. Stopper for ladles 

Allendy, Armand, Paris, France. Device employed in cooking utensils 

Alley, Frederick L., Lynn, Mass. Take-up mechanism for sewing-machines . _ 

Allfree, James B., Indianapolis, Ind. Vacuum cylinder-drainage apparatus 

Allgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft. (See Ochs, Karl, assignor.) 

Allgier, David N., Menno, Pa. Gate- 

Allgood, Job W., Jersey, Ga. Wagon-jack. 

Alliger, HasBroucke, Kingston, N. Y. Nail-grip 

Allington & Curtis Manufacturing Company. (See Allington, William E., assignor.) 
Allington, William E., assignor to Allington & Curtis Manufacturing Company, East 

Saginaw, Mich. Dust-collector 

Allis-Chalmers Company. (See Hanson, Dempsy B., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Company. (See Hinkley and Claussen, assignors.) 

Allis, Thomas V., Bridgeport, Conn. Continuous sheet-metal rolling. _ 

Allis, Thomas V., Bridgeport, Conn. Guide for rolling-mills 

Allis, Thomas V., Bridgeport, Conn. System for continuous metal-rolling ._ -. 

Allis, Thomas V., Bridgeport, Conn. Apparatus for hot-rolling metal to thin gages. (Re-I 
issue) _ --- -- ! 

Allis, Thomas V. , Bridgeport, Conn. Hot-rolling metal to thin gages. (Reissue) 

Allison, Andrew W., Janesville, Wis. Weather-strip _. 

Allison, Daniel K., Dayton, assignor to Troy Register and Manufacturing Company, 

• Troy, Ohio. Cash-register 

Allison, Daniel K., assignor to D. K.Allison, Troy, and F. A.Foster, Dayton, Ohio. Cash- 
indicator ". 

Allison, Daniel K., assignor to D. K. Allison, Troy, and F. A. Foster, Dayton, Ohio. Cash- 
indicator 

Allison, Edward J. (See MacKenzie, George W., assignor.) 

Allison, J. E. (See Owens, Owen T., assignor.) 

Allison, James W., trustee. (See Kirchhoff, William G., assignor.) 

Allison, Jesse H., San Antonio, Tex. Transmitting-gear for windmills 



No. 



678,926 

678,927 

678,928 

681,669 

681,670 

681,671 
675,031 
677.551 
677,552 

683,097 
682,018 
679,285 

684,163 

670,831 

680,107 
672,881 

673,592 

675,917 
665,859 
685,240 

688,052 

679,286 
673,631 
672,253 

670,169 

677,913 
666,589 

679,270 
679,011 



685,963 
687,185 
667,052 
683,373 

665,159 

669,472 

667,757 
667,758 
675,183 
685,735 
676,671 
679,409 
683,424 

690,043 

(580,751 
667,663 



678,451 

669,376 

670,654 
673,791 

11,927 

11,928 
671,786 

666,790 

679,250 

687,811 



Date. 



July 23 

July 23 

July 23 

Sept. 3 

Sept. 3 

Sept. 3 
May 28 
July 2 
July 2 

Sept. 24 
Sept. 3 
July 30 

Oct. 8 

Mar. 26 

Aug. 6 
Apr. 30 

May 7 

June 11 
Jan. 15 
Oct. 29 

Dec. 3 

July 30 
May 7 
Apr. 16 

Mar. 19 

July 9 
Jan. 22 

July 23 
July 23 



Nov. 5 
Nov. 26 
Jan. 29 
Sept. 24 

Jan. 1 

Mar. 5 

Feb. 12 
Feb. 12 
May 28 
Nov. 5 
June 18 
July 30 
Oct. 1 

Dec. 31 
Aug. 20 
Feb. 12 



July 16 



Mar. 5 

Mar. 26 
May 7 

Aug. 20 

A.ug. 20 
Apr. 9 

Jan. 29 

July 23 

Dec. 3 



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volume. 



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3075 

3076 

1 

2 

3 

3019 
400 
401 

2620 

680 

3821 

1371 

3272 

715 
3775 

444 

1051 
1984 



681 

3822 

520 

2573 

2085 

1109 
3335 

3766 
3240 



462 
2842 
4262 
3104 

647 

722 

1086 
1088 
3323 

1 
2519 
4072 

1 

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1948 
911 



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784 

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2747 
1693 

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3720 

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710 

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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Allison, Robert B., Burlingame, Kans. Jack-screw 

Allison, Robert E., Ste. Justine, Canada. Device for preventing the formation of frost) 
on window-panes > 

Allison, Samuel B., New Orleans, La. Fiber-separating machine 

Allison, Samuel B., deceased, New Orleans, La.; C. A. Dorrestein, administrator. Fiber- 
separating machine 

Allison, William, and P. H. Keefe, Pittsburg, Pa. Liquid-drawing device 

Allman, Christian, Huntington, Ind. Bicycle-crank 

Alio, Edmund, Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Electric Company, of New York. Pre- 
payment-meter __ 

Alloways, Isaac, and J. Ramsay, Philadelphia, Pa. Elevator 

Allpress, Martin L., and W. A. Blakeslee, Westfield, Mass.; said Allpress assignor to said) 
Blakeslee. Water-heater ) 

Allred, William P., Corydon, Iowa. Portable book-support 

Allsebrook, Guthrie, London, England. Centrifugal separator 

Allshouse, Reuben R., Allegheny, Pa. Metallic railway-tie and chair. 

Allum, Thomas C, et al. (See Ferguson, Albert M., assignor.) 

Allwardt, Henry A., Detroit, Mich. Soda-water apparatus 

Allyne, Edmund E. (See Pomeroy and Allyne.) 

Almorth, Gustav A , Cambridge, Mass. Protractor 

Almqvist, August, A. W. Kastberg, G. A. Cahling, and P. A. Sjciqvist. Ski'insberg, Sweden. 

Watch-protector 

Alphin, Gilbert E., Mount Olive, N. C. Fumigating apparatus 

Alsbury, William K., Hiawatha, Nebr. Cultivator _ 

Alshuler, Moses, Waukegan 111. Hook and eye '. 

Alsip, Frank 'Chicago, 111. Brick-drier _> 

Alsip, Frank, Chicago, 111. Kiln 

Alsip, Frank, Chicago, 111. Portable conservatory 

Alsip, Frank, Chicago, 111. Kiln-furnace 

Alsip, Samuel H., Belleville, 111. Coking-table furnace _ 

Alsop, Thomas J., Brooklyn, Wis. Gate 

Alston, Frank W., San Francisco, Cal. Time-regulated ringing-key for telephone-lines -. 

Alston, John S., Atlantic City, N. J. Bottle-stopper 

Alston, Mathew, Hamilton, III. Currycomb _ 

Altena, Fritz. (See Lindenberg, Altena, and Fischer.) 

Alteubaugh, John A., Pittsburg, Pa. Combined harrow and roller 

Altenburger, Carl, Des Moines, Iowa. Spraying-nozzle 

Altenmeller, John. (See Shelton, Mark, assignor.) 

Alter, William S., and E. W. Anchors, Tarentum, Pa. Curtain and window-blind support. 

Althaus, Heinrich, and A. Hesselmann, Dyersville, Iowa. Corn-planter 

Althausse, Maximilian C. L., Billwarder-an-der-Bille, assignor to Fabrik Chemischer 

Praeparate von Dr. Richard Sthamer, Hamburg, Germany. Producing pure saponin 

solutions ._ 

Althausse, Maximilian C. L., Billwiirder-an-der-Bille, assignor to Fabrik Chemischer 

Praeparate von Dr. Richard Sthamer, Hamburg, Germany. Obtaining hydrocellulose. 
Althausse, Maximilian C. L., Billwarder-an-der-Bille, assignor to Faorik Chemischer 

Praeparate von Dr. Richard Sthamer, Hamburg, Germany. Obtaining hydrocellulosa. 

Althouse, Milo J., Waupun, Wis. Journal bearing or box. 

Altman, Emil, Brooklyn, assignor of one-half to A. H. Bamberger, New York, N. Y. 

Shoe-lace protector _ _ 

Altmann, Charles P., Lyon Vaise, France. Water-tube boiler _ 

Altmann, Fritz, Berlin, Germany. Lamp-chimney guide 

Altmos, Jacob. (See Abbey and Altmos.) 

Alton, Lee T., Brooklyn, N. Y. Incandescent gas-lamp 

Aluminum Last & Tree Company. (See Parker, Charles F., assignor.) 

Aluminum Plate and Press Company. (See Brooks and Huson, assignors.) 

Aluminum Plate and Press Company. (See North, Thomas M., assignor.) 

Aluminum Plate & Press Company. (See Leary, Jerome W., assignor.) 

Alz, Urban S., Gardenville, assignor to F. Denhard, Baltimore, Md. Safety device for 

elevators _ 

Alz, Urban S., Gardenville, and A. H. Hoenisch, assignors to F. Denhard, Baltimore, Md. 

Safety device for elevators 

Aman, Stephan, Port Richmond, N. Y. Boiler 

Amanns, Abraham, assignor of two-thirds to J. V. Wright, Grammer, Ind. Threshing-) 

machine 5 

Amberg, Leo, deceased, D. B. Levy, New York, N. Y„ administrator, assignor to Franco- 
American Chemical Works, Woodridge, N. J. Stopper for bottles __ 

Ambler, Arthur A., Chicago, 111. Car-truck __. 

Ambrose, Robert L., Tarrytown, assignor to Rand Drill Company, New York, N. Y. 

Rock-drilling machinery 

Ambrose, Robert L., Tarrytown. assignor to Rand Drill Company, New York, N. Y. 

Pressure-actuated valve for rock-drills _ _._ 

Ambrose, Robert L., Tarrytown, assignor to Rand Drill Company, New York, N. Y. 

Straightening or bending apparatus _ _ 

Ambrose, Robert L., Tarrytown, assignor to Rand Drill Company, New York, N. Y. 

Valveless rock-drill _ 

American Alkali Company. (See Chapman, William T., assignor.) 

American Alkali Company. (See Rhodin, Brodde E. F., assignor.) 

American Auto-Machine Company. (See Rogers, George M., assignor.) 

American Automatic Fan Company. (See Cease, Nicholas W., assignor.) 

American Automatic Loom Company. (See Erskine, William B., assignor.) 

American Bank Note Company. (See Reid, Alexander, assignor.) 

American Battery Company. (See Kaufmann, Charles S., assignor.) 

American Bell Telephone Company. (See Bullard and Falk, assignors.) 

American Bell Telephone Company. (See Burgess and Wilder, assignors.) (Reissue.) 

American Bell Telephone Company. (See Hibbard, Angus S., assignor.) 

American Bell Telephone Company. (See Hulflsh, David S , assignor.) 

American Bell Telepnone Company. (See Robes, Ernest C, assignor.) 

American Bell Telephone Company. (See Rorty, Malcolm C., assignor.) 

American Bell Telephone Company. (See Shreeve, Herbert E, assignor.) 

American Bell Telephone Company. (See Stetson, Almon B.. assignor.) 

American Bell Telephone Company. (See Thompson, George K., assignor.) 

American Bell Telephone Company. (See Thompson and Robes, assignors.) 



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608,077 
676,296 

679,164 

677,914 
679,201 
667,053 

667,054 
667,281 

689,531 

677,731 

687,291 

670,754 

680,011 

679,662 

682,019 
678,212 
667,483 
684,034 
679,816 
679,817 
679,818 
679,819 
082.231 
686.242 
690,127 
090.220 
679,933 

682,399 
674,371 

670,170 
667,900 



G79,202 

079,203 

679,204 
683,633 

690,003 
676,485 
667,964 

676,020 



687,186 

087,187 
680,188 

665,716 

686,522 
682,348 

667,664 

069,316 

075,369 

081,428 



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June 11 

July 23 

July 9 
July 23 
Jan. 29 

Jan. 29 
Feb. 5 

Dec. 24 

July 2 

Nov. 26 

Mar. 26 

Aug. 6 

July 30 



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July 9 
Feb. 5 
Oct. 8 
Aug. 6 
Aug. 6 
Aug. 6 
Aug. 6 
Sept. 10 
Nov. 12 
Dec. 31 
Dec. 31 
Aug. 6 

Sept. 10 
May 21 

Mar. 19 
Feb. 12 



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July 23 



July 
Oct. 



Dec. 31 
June 18 
Feb. 12 

June 11 



Nov. 26 

Nov. 26 
Aug. 6 

Jan. 8 

Nov. 12 
Sept. 10 

Feb. 12 

Mar. 5 

June 4 

Aug. 27 



Monthly 
volume. 



1644 
1817 

3566 

1111 
3043 
4263 

4264 
204 

3436 

717 
3049 
3140 

548 

4546 

681 

1661 

624 

1132 

190 

192 

194 

190 

1060 

982 

4620 

4794 

412 

1347 
1858 

2086 
1356 



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3645 

3647 
375 

4403 
2178 
1465 

1233 



2844 

2845 
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1695 

1497 
1263 

911 

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(404 
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(797 

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( 608 
"I 609 

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(117 
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2483 

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999 

2000 
358 

1114 
249 
1081 
1081 
1081 
1082 
2093 
1179 
2862 
2S90 
1124 

2148 
1401 

2250 
1281 



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793 



2820 
2332 
1303 

2123 



1603 

1604 
1216 

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1292 
2130 

1191 

1886 

1859 

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Graphophone Company. 
Graphophone Company. 
Graphophone Company. 
Graphophone Company. 



Bicycle Company. (See Billings, Frederic C, assignor.) 

Bicycle Company. (See Copeland, James S., assignor.) 

Bicycle Company. (See Cuntz, Hermann F., assignor.) 

Bicycle Company. (See Edmondson, William H., assignor.) 

Bicycle Company. (See Morgan, Ralph L., assignor.) 

Bicycle Company. (See Morgan and Edmondson, assignors.) 

Bicycle Company. (See Thompson, Alfred, assignor.) 

Buckle Co. (See Hartshorn, Theodore P., assignor.) 

By-Products Company. (See Newsome, Thomas, assignor.) 

Can Company. (See Hodgson, John G., assignor.) 

Can Company. (See Norton, Edwin, assignor.) 

Can Company. (See Norton, Horatio N., assignor.) 

Car & Foundry Company. (See Johnston, Joseph G., assignor.) 

Car & Foundry Company. (See King, George I., assignor.) 

Car & Foundry Company. (See King and Jessen, assignors.) 

Car & Foundry Company. (See Stevenson, John S., assignor.) 

Card Clothing Company. (See Brown, Edwin, assignor.) 

Card Feeder Company. (See Hogg, James, assignor.) 

Casting Machine Co. (See Patterson and Wickland, assignors.) 

Casting Machine Company. (See Vaughen, Samuel W., assignor.) 

Clay Manufacturing Company of New Jersey. (See McAdoo, Samuel, as- 

Coat Pad Company. (See Bouchat, Louis, assignor.) 
Construction Company. (See Green, Edward A., assignor.) 
Cotton Company. (See Anderson, William E., assignor.) 
Cotton Company. (See Dyer, Frank L., assignor.) 
Cotton Company. (See Swenson, Magnus, assignor.) 
Cotton Picker Company. (See Campbell, Angus, assignor.) 
Dental Manufacturing Company. (See Holtz, Gustav, assignor.) 
Digester Manufacturing Company. (See Brown, Samuel H., assignor.) 
Dredging Company. (See Bradley, William J., assignor.) 
ElectricTelephone Company. (See Meissner, William O., assignor.) 
Enamel Company. (See Carter, Henry W., assignor. ) 
Equipment Company. (See Freymann and Tolman, assignors.) 
Graphophone Company. (See Capps, Frank L., assignor.) 

(See Capps and Emerson, assignors.) 
(See Macdonald, Thomas H, assignor.) 
(See Reynard, James K., assignor.) 
(See Tainter, Charles S., assignor.) 
Haif Cloth Company. "(See Cowan, Arthur S., assignor.) 
Laundry Machinery Company. (See Carter, Warren N, assignor.) 
Lithographic Company. (See Hett, Edward, assignor.) (Reissue.) 
Lithographic Company. (See Rosell, Claude A. O., assignor.) 
Locomotive Company et al. (See Cox, Millard F., assignor.) 
Locomotive Sander Company. (See Sherburne, Charles W., assignor.) 
Loom Company. (See Harriman, Henry I., assignor.) 
Luxfer Prism Co. (See Jordan, Lewis H., assignor.) 
Match Machine Company. (See Calkins, Almon B., assignor.) 
Match Machine Company. (See Calkins, Arthur N., assignor.) 
McKenna Process Company. (See Lentz, David H, assignor.) 
Metal Casket Company. (See Diennan, Charles M., assignor.) 
Metallic Casket Company. (See Drennan, Charles M., assignor.) 
Metallic Packing Company. (See McCuen, Robert E., assignor.) 
Mining and Metal Extraction Company. (See Dolbear, Clinton E., as- 
Moistening Company. (See Comins, Frank B., assignor.) 
Moistening Company. (See Smith, Robert P., assignor.) 
Mop Company. (See Hadley, Walter B., assignor.) 

Multiplex Talking Machine Company. (See Gomber, George W., assignor.) 
Mutoscope & Biograph Company. (See Dickson, William K. L., assignor.) 
Napping Machine Company. (See Stone, Joseph H, assignor.) 
Ordnance Company. (See Bevans, William H., assignor.) 
Pin Company. (See Johnson, Frank M., assignor.) 

Plaster Ventilated Tile Company. (SeeFernelmont, Leonard H. de, assignor.) 
Pneumatic Service Company. (See Fordyce, Edmond A., assignor.) 
Pneumatic Service Company. (See Cowley, James T., assignor.) 
Pneumatic Service Company. (See Pike, Otto S., assignor.) 
Postal Machine Company. (See Howard, Elijah L., assignor.) 
Pulley Company. (See Budd, Edward G., assignor.) 
Railway Electric Light Co. (See Kennedy, Patrick, assignor.) 
Rubber Filling Company. (See Mayer, Nelson B., assignor.) 
School Furniture Company. (See Cogger, William B., assignor.) 
Sealing Machine Company. (See Wilkinson, Joseph T., assignor.) 
Separator Company. (See Collins and Hartmann, assignors.) 
Shade Machine Company. (See Colpitts, Calvin N., assignor.) 
Shoe Machinery Company. (See Angell, Edwin E., assignor.) 
Soda Fountain Company. (See Helmer, William, assignor.) 
Soda Fountain Company. (See Lippincott, Fisher H., assignor.) 
Soda Fountain Company. (See Sutton, Joshua W., assignor.) 
Soda Fountain Company. (See Tufts and Helmer, assignors.) 
Steam and Sail Chartering Company. (See Wood, Jerome I., assignor. ) 
Steam Gauge Company. (See Manning, Coleman J., assignor.) 
Steam Heating Specialty Company. (See Dexter, Thomas F., assignor.) 
Steam Heating Specialty Company. (See Osbourn, Millard P., assignor.) 
Steel and Wire Company. (See Brittan, Henry M., assignor.) 
Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. (See Marshall and Davis, assignors. ) 
Steel Tool Company. (See Huntley, Edward C, assignor.) 
Stoker Company. (See Wood, Wilfred R., assignor.) 
Stopper Company. (See Bauer, Charles G., assignor.) 
Sugar Refining Company. (See Mahoudeau, Frederic, assignor.) 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Barrett, John A., assignor.) 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Yorke, George M., assignor.) 
Thread Company. (See Hardman, Peter, assignor.) 
Tin Plate Company. (See Bennett, Charles W., assignor.) 
Tin Plate Company. (See Bray, Charles W., assignor.) 
Tin Plate Company. (See Goldsmith, Berthold, assignor.) 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, aud invention. 



American Tin Plate Company. (See Mors, George C, assignor.) 

American Tobacco Company. (See Hall, Robert A., assignor. ) 

American Tobacco Company. (See Heinrich, Emil C. R., assignor.) 

American Tobacco Company. (See Mahony, John, assignor.) 

American Tobacco Company. (See Patterson, Rufus L., assignor.) 

American Tobacco Company. (See Tuttle, Washington I., assignor.) 

American Tobacco Company. (See Williams, George M., assignor.) 

American Toll Telephone Company. (See Foss, William A., assignor.) 

American Tool Works Company. (See Mill, Anton, assignor.) 

American Tube and Stamping Company. (See Wilmot, Frank A., assignor.) 

American Type Founders Company. (See Benton, Linn B., assignor.) 

American Type Founders' Company. (See McFarland, Edwin C, assignor.) 

American Type Founders' Company. (See Ziegler, GeorgeH., assignor.) 

American Vitagraph Company (See Smith, Albert E., assignor.) 

American Waltham Watch Company. (See Ohlson, Olof, assignor.) 

American Washboard Company. (See Joecken, Peter J., assignor.) 

American Wire Fence Company. (See Church, Merton, assignor.) 

American Wireless Telegraph Company. (See Johnson and Fortier, assignors.) 

American Wood Fireproofing Company. (See Geisler, Joseph F., assignor.) 

American Wringer Company. (See Heffeman, Thomas, assignor.) 

American Wringer Company. (See White, Henry J., assignor.) 

American Writing Machine Company. (See Fairfield, John M., assignor.) 

American AVriting Machine Company. (See AVallace, Casper D., assignor.) 

Amerling, H. Wharton, et al. (See Gilbert, George H., assignor.) 

Amerling, Harmon B., et al. (See Gilbert, George H., assignor.) 

Ames, Albert C, assignor to Chicago Motor-Vehicle Company, Limited, Chicago, 111. 

Detachable tread-shoe for traction-wheels 

Ames, Alden T. (See Fulton, Samuel M., assignor.) 

Ames,- Arthur N., assignor to Mayo Knitting Machine and Needle Company, Franklin, 

N. H. Thread-changing mechanism for knitting-machines 

Ames, John F., Portland, Oreg. Type-writing machine __ _.. 

Ames, John F., Portland, Oreg. Printing-press __ 

Ames, Theodore G., Albuquerque, N. Mex. Acetylene-gas generator 

Ames, William H., et al. (See Hubbell, Thomas J., assignor.) 

Amidon, Eugene C, Corry, Pa. Leather-washing machine 

Amies, Joseph H., Philadelphia, Pa. Manufacture of brick 

Amies, Joseph H., assignor of one-third to C. F. Taylor, Philadelphia, Pa. Composition 
for asphalt pavements - _ 

Amies, Joseph H., assignor of one-half to C. F. Taylor, Philadelphia, Pa. Asphalt pave- 
ment -- 

Amies, Joseph H. , assignor of one-half to C. F. Taylor, Philadelphia, Pa. Artificial pave- 
ment --- - -. 

Ammann, Frank X., Union Hill, N. J. Extension-drawer. 

Ammelburg, Alfred, assignor to Farbwerke, vorm. Meister, Lucius & Briining, Hochst- 
on-the-Mam, Germany. Neutral compound of dimethylamidodimethylphenylpyrazo- 
lon and making same _ 

Ammelburg, Alfred, assignor to Farbwerke, vorm. Meister, Lucius & Briining, Hochst- 
on-the-Main, Germany. Acid compound of dimethylamidodimethylphenylpyrazolon 
and making same 

Ammerman, William M. (See Toof and Ammerman.) 

Ammerman, William M., assignor to E. J. Toof, New Haven, Conn. Combined gage and 
jig - - -- - 

Ammerman, W T illiam M., assignor to E. J. Toof, New Haven, Conn. Looper for sewing- 
machines - 

Ammerman, William M., assignor to E. J. Toof, New Haven, Conn. Feeding mechanism 
for sewing-machines 

Ammerman, William M., assignor to E. J. Toof, New Haven, Conn. Feeding mechanism 
for sewing-machines , 

Ammerman, William M., assignor to E. J. Toof, New Haven, Conn. Take-up for sewing- 
machines _ 

Ammerman, William M., and E. J. Toof, New Haven, Conn., assignors to said Toof. 
Clutch mechanism for sewing-machines 

Amonsen, Gilbert, Minneapolis, Minn. Speed-regulator for explosive-engines . . _ 

Amory, Robert. (See Sisson, Isaac H., assignor.) 

Amory, Robert. (See Vinton, John H., assignor.) 

Amosi Alexander M., Buffalo, N. Y. Coffee-pot 

Amos, William, Providence, R. I. Adjustable ventilating-detlector 

Ampere Electro-Chemical Company. (See Jacobs, Charles B , assignor.) (Reissue) 

Amrein, Edmund, assignor of one-half to D. J. Signaigo, St. Louis, Mo. Car-fender 

.fins, Max. (S°e Brenzinger, Julius, assignor.) 

Ams, Max, New York, N. Y. Sheet-metal can 

Ams, Max, New York, N. Y Sheet-metal can _ 

Amsden, Ira R. (See Ewing, Frederick, assignor.) 

Amstutz, Elias. (See Amstutz, John, Jr.. and E.) 

Amstutz, John, Jr., andE., Leo, Ind. Coupling for pump-rods 

Amthor, Gustav, Halle-on-the-Saale, Germany. Drying fresh gluten 

Amundson, Gustave, and J. E. Knight, Blue Canyon, Wash. Snatch-block 

Amwake, Harry S., Camden, N. J. Voltaic cell 

Amwake, Harry S., Camden, N. J., assignor of one-half to J. H. Wilson and A. M. Geis- 
inger, Philadelphia, Pa. Primary battery 

Anawalt, Harry F., assignor of one-half to F. A. Naughton, Homestead, Pa. Tool-han- 
dle.. . 

Anawalt, Harry F., and P. Shalkowski, Homestead, Pa. Hydraulic valve 

Anchors, Ellis W. (See Alter and Anchors.) 

Ancira, Jose M., New York, N. Y. Composition of matter as a non-conductor of elec- 
tricity - - 

Anck, John M., Philadelphia, Pa. Electric railway 

Anck, John M., Philadelphia, Pa. Speed-changing mechanism 

Andersen, Anders C. and L. S., Odense, Denmark. Automatic pump for tires 

Andersen, Andreas, Berlin, Germany. Machine for scoring cardboard 

Andersen. Carl H., and W. R. Grady, Chicago, III., assignors to W. R. Grady Company, 
of Illinois. Transf user 



No. 



670,924 

070,392 
675,806 

686,380 
660,591 

6S3,5S6 
665,860 

G74.S23 

684,164 

684,739 
676,596 

6S6,998 

686,999 

667,282 

687,511 

687,951 

087,971 

690,004 

673,351 
688,377 



690,090 

671,851 

683,719 

677,051 
678,091 



667.283 
688,711 
672,344 
689,450 

665,625 

684,663 

085,002 



688,813 
678,213 
683,241 

674,722 

667,055 

075.047 



Date. 



Apr. 2 

Mar. 19 
June 4 

Nov. 12 
Jan. 22 

Oct. 1 
Jan. 15 

May 21 

Oct. 8 

Oct. 15 
June 18 

Nov. 19 

Nov. 19 

Feb. 5 

Nov. 26 

Dec. 3 

Dec. 3 

Dec. 31 

Apr. 30 
Dec. 10 



Dec. 31 
Apr. 9 

Oct. 1 

June 25 
July 9 



Feb. 5 
Dec. 10 
Apr. 16 
Dec. 24 

Jan. 8 

Oct. 15 
Oct. 29 



Dec. 17 
July 9 
Sept. 24 

May 21 

Jan. 29 

June 4 



Monthly 
volume. 



(4) . 

1, O 

O > 



Official 
Gazette. 



2 


1 


2499 


584 


822 


(176 

1 177 


1222 


(270 
1271 


3337 


775 


279 


02,63 


1984 




2654 




1383 




2452 




2376 


531 


2475 




2476 




208 


43 


3464 


760 


467 


113 


514 


123 


4404 


1015 


4662 


1078 


1267 


1290 
1291 


4560 


1051 


1799 


418 


544 


119 


3242 


728 


1438 


332 


210 


44 


1893 


444 


2728 


632 


3268 


765 


1531 


350 


2315 


524 


4184 


960 


2084 




1603 


382 


2866 


658 


2489 


(574 
1575 


4266 


984 


535 


109 



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94 

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10 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 

Gazette. 



Andersen, 
switch . . 
Andersen, 
Andersen, 
Andersen, 
Anderson, 
Anderson, 
Anderson, 
Anderson, 
Anderson, 
Anderson, 
Anderson, 
Anderson, 



JohanM., assignor of one half to A. Anderson, Boston, Mass. Electric 



cups . 



Johan M , and A. Anderson, Boston, Mass. Insulator __ _ 

Laurits S. (See Andersen, Anders C. and L. S.) 

Peter D., Minden, Nebr Check-row attachment for planters 

A. D., et al. (See Hyer, William D., assignor.) 
Albert. (See Andersen, Johan M., assignor.) 
Albert. (See Andersen and Anderson.) 

Albert B., Elizabeth, Pa. Chirograph 

Alberts., Galva, 111. Lawn-rake 

Alexander Roscoe, Pa. Railway sleeper and chair _ 

Alfred, Chicago, 111. Hose or pipe nozzle... _ 

Anders G , assignor to E. Converse, "Worcester, Mass. Making sheet-metal 



Anderson, Andrew. (See Drouillard, Albert, assignor.) 

Anderson, Andrew. (See Everson, George, assignor.) 

Anderson, Andrew A., Scotthaven, Pa. Automatic throwing and locking switch 

Anderson, Anton, Menomonie, Wis. Plow-pulverizer _ 

Anderson, Anton T., andC. F. Hjerpe, Jamestown, N. Y. Match-holder ._ 

Anderson, Betty, Lancaster, assignor of one-half to W. E. McCann, Lexington, Ky. 
Spoon-holder _ 

Anderson, Burdis, Boardman, N. C. Cloth measuring and winding machine 

Anderson, Carl A., Orion, 111. End-gate. 

Anderson, Carl A., and G. D. Palm, Worthington, Minn. Exhibitor for picture-frame 
moldings 

Anderson, Cecil R., Allegheny, Pa. Coal-auger post ._. 

Anderson, Charles A. and G. A., Portland, Oreg. Wheel-tire tightener 

Anderson, Charles A. and O., Portland, Oreg. Camp cooking utensil 

Anderson, Charles A., E. A. Erickson, and J. Wickstrom, Chicago, 111. Mechanical move- 
ment. 



Anderson, Charles A., E. A. Erickson, and J. Wickstrom, assignors toChicago Motocyclei 
Company, Chicago, 111. Combination air and gas engine < 

Anderson, Charles A., E. A. Erickson, and J. Wickstrom, assignors of one-half to C. Dick- 
inson, L. F. Douglass, and H. B. Babson, Chicago, 111. Automatic water-feed regulator 
for steam-boilers 

Anderson, Charles D., Chicago, 111. Armature for dynamo-electric machines 

Anderson, Charles D., Chicago, 111. Casing for dynamo-electric machines 

Anderson, Charles D., Chicago, 111. Dynamo-electric machine... 

Anderson, Charles E., Laporte, Ind. Attachment for traction-engines 

Anderson, Charles E., Aspen, Colo., assignor of one-half to Taylor & Brunton. Level-in- 
dicator for hoists. 

Anderson, Charles P. (See Samuelson and Anderson.) 
Anderson, Charles R., et al. (See Gronvald, Andreas, assignor.) 
Anderson, D. F. (See Eynon, William H., assignor.) 
Anderson, David. (See Ericsson and Anderson.) 

Anderson, David C. and S. Y., Jr., Sewickley, Pa. Fluid-pressure regulator 

Anderson, David W., Richmond, Va. Combined brick and tile furring or facing for walls. 
Anderson, David W., Richmond, Va. Brick or combined brick and tile 



In- 



Anderson, David W., Richmond, Va. Brick for making structures fireproof 

Anderson, David W., Richmond, Va. Paving-block 

Anderson, Edward, Hunter, N. D. Marker for planters 

Anderson, Edward W., Witton, England. Automatic gun 

Anderson, Frank B., Dayton, Ohio. Tramway for street-cars : 

Anderson, Frank C, assignor of seven-twentieths to G. W. Zapf, Cincinnati, Ohio 
terlocking joint for railway-rails 

Anderson, Frank C, assignor of two-thirds toG. W. Zapf and S. Jones, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Frog for railway-rails 

Anderson, Fritz E. (See Anderson, Otto and F. E.) 

Anderson, George B. , Washington, D. C. Motor- vehicle 

Anderson, George B., Philadelphia, Pa. Swimming-bag - 

Anderson, Gustaf A. (See Anderson, Charles A., and G. A.) 

Anderson, Gustaf Y., Dyea, Alaska Ter. Saw-sharpening implement 

Anderson, Gustav O., Chicago, 111. Crayon-sharpener 

Anderson, Gustavus H., Deerfleld, N. H., assignor to Morley Button Manufacturing Com- 
pany of Saco, Maine, Boston, Mass. Button _ 

Anderson, H.Andrew, assignor of one-half to A. Hanson and A. Bloomquist, Minneapolis,^ 
Minn. Sewing-machine S 

Anderson, Hans. (See Gibbard and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Harry, Omaha, Nebr. Ice-plow 

Anderson, Harry, Omaha, Nebr. Car 

Anderson, Henry S., Springfield, Mass. Apparatus for electrolysis of the salts of alkali 
metals. . - 

Anderson, Hugh G., Dayton, Ohio. Clothes-wringer 

Anderson, Isaac. (See Wright and Anderson.) 

Anderson, James A., Oneida, and A. M.Holstein, Syracuse, N. Y. Manufacturing fabric- 
covered ornaments or moldings - 

Anderson, James C, Highland Park, 111. Tire 

Automobile vehicle 

Motor passenger-vehicle 

Liquid-meter 



Anderson, James C, Highland Park, 111. 
Anderson, James C, Highland Park, 111. 



Anderson, James C, Highland Park, 111. 

Anderson, Jens, Walla Walla, Wash. Separator j 

Anderson, John, and F. Hardart, assignors to J. Anderson, F. Hardart, and J. V. Horn, 

Philadelphia, Pa. Rotary cutter 

Anderson, John B., Manhattan, Kans. Harness-support 

Anderson, John E., Jamestown, N. D. Pump. 

Anderson, John W. (See Goodnow and Anderson.) 

Anderson, John W., Allegheny, Pa. Ingot-mold.. 

Anderson, Joseph, Norwich, England. Bicycle-canopy. 

Anderson, Joseph B., Ambler, Pa. Locking attachment for doors, shutters, &c... 

Anderson, Joseph N., Monolake, Cal. Curtain-support 

Anderson, Lars, assignor to M. T. Jones, Chicago, 111. Gearing 



675,614 
675,615 



CSfl.188 



065,561 
606.73D 
085.553 
670,526 

071.427 



677,164 
608.0111 
689,053 

670,502 
670,101 
684,900 

080,187 
083,193 
00(1.227 
079,588 

085,241 
685,367 



669,611 
677.392 
677,533 

682,898 

675,994 

665,821 



675,704 
687,103 
687,104 

687,105 

087,100 
065,005 
671,062 
680,797 

665,160 

GS1,903 

080,307 
082,100 

072.091 
679,136 

672,052 
669,972 

607,050 
077,910 

678,851 
071,533 



GS3,425 
009,739 
674,372 
675,876 

688,37S 
673,671 



672,519 
608,432 
684,398 

684,773 

690,342 

668,031 
676,651 
073.352 



June 4 
June 4 



Nov. 5 



Jan. 8 
Jan. 29 
Oct. 29 
June 18 

Apr. 9 



June 25 
Feb. 12 
Dec. 17 

Mar. 26 
July 23 
Oct. 22 

Nov. 5 
Sept. 24 
Mar. 5 
July 30 

Oct. 29 
Oct. 29 



Mar. 12 
July 2 
July 2 

Sept. 17 

June 11 

Jan. S 



June 4 
Nov. 19 
Nov. 19 

Nov. 19 

Nov. 19 
Feb. 26 
Apr. 2 
Nov. 19 

Jan. 1 

Sept. 3 

Aug. 13 

Sept. 10 

Apr. 23 

July 23 

Apr. 16 
Mar. 19 

Jan. 29 
July 9 

July 23 
Apr. 9 



Oct. 1 
Mar. 12 
May 21 
June 11 

Dec. 10 

May 7 

Apr. 23 
Feb. 19 
Oct. 15 

Oct. 22 

Dec. 31 

Feb. 12 
June 18 
Apr. 30 



481 
484 



904 



1414 
3022 
3985 
2250 

1039 



3439 
1519 
2562 

2695 
3448 
2758 

902 
2769 

289 
4429 

3385 
3610 



997 

99 

352 

2269 

1185 

1874 



642 

2050 
2058 

2061 

2664 

3155 

257 

2068 

64S 

468 

1081 
924 

3405 
3511 

2194 
1687 

426S 
1113 

2917 
1226 



2 
1251 
1860 
967 

1269 
579 



3071 
2319 
1840 

2522 

5009 

1567 
2479 

4003 



100 



324 
835 
912 

500 

239 



338 
590 

631 

769 
627 

198 



995 



1831 



236 
22 

85,86 

(512 

1513 

265 

436 



132 

583 

584 

(584 

(585 

586 

772 

59, 60 

458 

144 

95 

239 

206 

784 
785 

506 
(396 
(397 

984 
257 

658 
281 



1 

297 

431 

213 

(291 

I 293 

(135 

(136 

714 
519 

40S 

574 
[1155 
11156 
' 349 

553 
1078 



95 
95 



97 



94 
94 
97 
95 

95 



95 

94 
97 

94 
96 

97 

97 
96 
94 
96 

97 
1 97 



94 
96 
96 

[-96 

95 

94 



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97 
97 

L97- 

97 
94 
95 
97 

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96 

96 
96 

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96 

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-94 

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96 

96 
95 



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94 
95 
95 

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94 
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94 
95 
95 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



11 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Anderson, Lee, assignor of one-half to H. S. Bettes, Paris, Tex. Non-refillable bottle 

Anderson, Lee, assignor of one-half to H. S. Bettes, Paris, Tex. Bottle-vent 

Anderson, Leonidas E., Pittsburg, Pa. Door-check _ 

Anderson, Martin, Blanchard, N. D. Flax-puller _ 

Anderson, Maurice, Chicago, 111. Pneumatic-despatch system 

Anderson, Nathan S., Kerens, Tex. Hub-attaching device 

Anderson, Nils, et al. (See Welander, Andrew J., assignor.) 

Anderson, Oliver. (See Begole and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Oscar. (See Anderson, Charles A. and O.) 

Anderson, Otto and F. E., Stillwater, Minn. Combination match-safe and cigar-cutter.. 

Anderson, Philip O., Boulder, Colo. Transom-adjuster 

Anderson, Phillip, Denver, Colo. Stove. ._ 

Anderson Prune Dipper Co. (See Anderson, William C, assignor.) 

Anderson Prune Dipper Co. (See Anderson and Swink, assignors.) 

Anderson, Richard R., Albion, Iowa. Educational chart 

Anderson, Rufus. (See Hinckley and Anderson.) 

Anderson Safety Elevator Company. (See Murdock, Horace B., assignor.) 

Anderson, Samuel C, Van Alstyne, assignor of two-thirds to T. J. Clark and J. I. Sock- 
well, Dallas, Tex. Draft-equalizer 

Anderson, Samuel H., Pasadena, Cal. Electric-arc lamp 

Anderson, Samuel Y., Jr. (See Anderson, David C. and S. Y., Jr.) 

Anderson, Sven J., Waltham, Mass. Incandescent igniting-tube for gas-engines. 

Anderson, Tillman H., Indianapolis, Ind. Automatic tire-inflating apparatus 

Anderson, W, C, et al. (See Harrington, Charles H., assignor.) 

Anderson, Wilbur C, Mishawaka, Ind., assignor to C. S. Johnson, Pittsburg, Pa. Ex- 
panding reamer and tap 

Anderson, William, Partick, Glasgow, Scotland. Photographic vignetting apparatus . . . 

Anderson, William C, San Jose, assignor to Anderson Prune Dipper Co., Santa Clara 
County, Cal. Package for dried fruit or the like 

Anderson, William C, and J. L. Swink, San Jose, assignors to Anderson Prune Dipper 
Co., Santa Clara, Cal. Apparatus for preparing prunes 

Anderson, William E. (See Swenson and Anderson.) 

Anderson, William E., Houston, Tex., assignor to American Cotton Company, New York, 
N. Y. Apparatus for making cotton-bales 

Anderson, William F. (See Wisner and Ely, assignors.) 

Anderson, William H., et al. (See Holmes, Nis I., assignor.) 

Anderson, William H., New York, N. Y. Hand-mangle 

Anderson, William H., New York, N. Y. Cleaner 

Anderson, Williard O., Henderson, Ky. Receptacle or crate 

Andersson, Gustaf L. (See Kjellman and Andersson.) 

Andersson, Jons, Helsingborg, Sweden. Pen 

Andersson, Olof P., Stockholm, Sweden. Rail-joint _ 

Andreae, August, Fraukf ort-on-the-Main, Germany. Massage device 

Andresen, Christian, Dollerup, Germany. Mowing or reaping machine.. 

Andresen, Hans, Flensberg, Germany. Life-preserver 

Andreson, Olif , Elgin, assignor of three-fourths to G. S. Montgomery, G. W. Bowen, and 

J. E. Johnson, Kane County, 111. Carbureter ___ 

Andrews, Arthur H. (See Harris and Andrews.) 

Andrews, Charles, Jr., assignor to Andrews Wire & Iron Works, Rockford, 111. Calf- 

weaner _ 

Andrews, Charles, South Bend, Ind., assignor to Studebaker Brothers Manufacturing) 

Company. Sprinkler-head _ ...} 

Andrews, Charles B., Lebanon, Pa., assignor to Diamond Match Company, Chicago, 111./ 

Machine for making box-trays 5 

Andrews, Charles B., Lebanon, Pa., assignor to Diamond Match Company, Chicago, 111. 

Match-box-shuck machine 

Andrews, David H., Newton, Mass. Automatic brake. 

Andrews, Edwin W., assignor to Cornell Incubator Mfg. Co., Ithaca, N. Y. Incubator : . 
Andrews, Frederick C. (See Colman, William R., assignor.) 

Andrews, George, assignor to Tomlinson Barrel Machine Co., Chicago, 111. Barrel 

Andrews, Harvey T. (See Snyder, Ward B., assignor.) 

Andrews, James C, assignor to Bay State Corset Co., Springfield, Mass. Corset 

Andrews, John K., Elgin, 111. Flower-pot __ 

Andrews, John M., Andrews, Tenn. Pneumatic straw-stacker 

Andrews & Johnson Company. (See Johnson, Enos H., assignor.) 

Andrews, Richard S., Redding, Cal. Washing-machine _ 

Andrews, William S., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company. Sys- 
tem ofmotorcontrol _ 

Andrews Wire & Iron Works. (See Andrews, Charles, Jr., assignor.) 
Andriano, Albert K., assignor to Automatic Interconnecting Telephone Company, San 
Francisco, Cal. Desk-telephone 

Andrus, Charles H., Reading, Pa. Locking mechanism for switches 

Andruss, Edwin B., Newark, N. J. Pocket-book 

Aneshaensel, Charles, Indianapolis, Ind. Water-pumping apparatus _ 

Angell, Edmund R., Derry, N. H. Acetylene-generator _ 

Angell, EdmundR., Derry, N. H. Acetylene-gas generator. 

Angell, Edwin E. (See Maxwell and Angell.) 

Angell, Edwin E., Somerville, Mass., assignor to American Shoe Machinery Company,* 
Portland, Me. Sole-trimming machine j 

Angell, Edwin E., Somerville, Mass., assignor to American Shoe Machinery Company, 
Portland, Me. Boot or shoe trimming machine _ 

Angelovich, Joseph R. , San Franc'sco, Cal. Bouquet-holder 

Anger, John E., Southport, assignor of one-half to J. J. Nef, Preston, England. Brake 
apparatus _ 

Angerer, Victor. (See Voynow and Angerer. ) 

Angerer, Victor. (See Wharton and Angerer.) 

Angerer, Victor, assignor to William Wharton, Jr., & Company, Incorporated, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Railway-frog structure.. 

Angerer, Victor, and A. R. Cline, assignors to William Wharton, Jr., & Company, Incor- 
porated, Philadelphia, Pa. Casting-clamp for track structures 



665,040 
675,313 
6S9.152 

600,254 

674,373 

0*4,004 



668,619 
674,071 
682,778 



677,915 



674,252 
673,106 

081,384 
674,251 



089,606 
686,243 

685,900 
690,005 

076,597 



672,583 
672,584 

089,153 



073,940 
086.696 
067,357 

682,124 

685,195 

688,814 

683,873 
689,944 

678,152 

680,012 
070,614 

683,830 

668,251 

068,433 
681,672 
669,500 

007,383 

087,189 

672,662 

673,673 

669,936 
076,214 
675,461 
680,876 

088,815 

088,816 
681,073 

G71,787 



077,165 
G78.214 



Jan. 1 

May 28 

Dec. 17 

Jan. 22 

May 21 

Oct. 15 



Feb. 26 
May 14 
Sept. 17 



July 9 



May 14 
Apr. 30 

Aug. 27 
May 14 



Dec. 24 
Nov. 12 

Nov. 5 
Dec. 31 

June 18 

Apr. 23 
Apr. 23 

Dec. 17 

May 14 
Nov. 19 
leb. 5 

Sept. 3 

Oct. 22 

Dec. 17 

Oct. 1 
Dec. 31 

July 9 

Aug. 6 
June 18 

Oct. 1 

Feb. 19 

Feb. 19 
Sept. 3 
Mar. 12 

Feb. 5 

Nov. 20 

Apr. 23 

May 7 

Mar. 12 
June 11 
June 4 
Nov. 19 

Dec. 17 

Dec. 17 
Sept. 3 

Apr. 9 



June 25 
July 9 



406 
3583 
2730 

2070 

1864 
2315 



2071 
1294 

2045 



1112 



1611 
4218 



3147 
1609 



3G77 
984 

332 

4407 

2378 



3109 
3170 

2731 



1043 
1847 
374 

854 

3305 

2085 



832 
4243 

1552 

550 
2412 

?24 

1993 

2321 

4 

795 

421 

2847 



3353 

582 

1610 

1634 

181 

2218 

2086 



4 
1094 



3440 
1664 



90 
817 
633 
1616 
| 617 
432 
524 



599 
300 
462 



25G 



373 

9GG 



701 
373 



1218 
1219 



1015 



532 



738 

738 

(633 

IG34 

245 

409 

78 

» 191 

"(192 

760 



183 
983 
984 
357 
358 

118 
539 
;i59 
H60 

444 

519 

1 

1S5 

85 

023 



772 
(130 
1137 

379 

304 
42 

491 

(487 
'(488 



2 
391 



775 



95 



•94 
95 



94 
95 
96 



96 



95 
95 



96 
95 



-97 

97 
97 



95 
95 

[97 

95 
97 
94 

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97 



97 

[97 

{•96 

96 
95 

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94 
96 
94 

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97 

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12 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Angle, Edward H., St. Louis, Mo. Tooth-regulator.. 

Angle, Edward H., St. Louis, Mo. Tooth-regulator _ 

Angle, Harrison M., et al. (See Barnes, Charles O.. assignor.) 

Angle, John W., Smithton, Mo. Rope or wire stretcher 

Anglo-American Provision Company. (See Cowin, Frederick, assignor.) 
Angstadt, Wilson B., and K. H. Cleaver, Reading, Pa. Making fertilizers . 



Angsten, Peter N., Burlington, Wis. Panoramic camera _ 

Angus, Job W., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to himself, and E. H. Barnes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Barrel-heading machine 

Anhydrosine Company. (See Ford, Charles M., assignor. ) 

Aniello, John A., assignor of one-half to J. G. Moll, New Orleans, La. Life-boat 

Aniline Color & Extract Works, (formerly John R. Geigy. ) (See Ris, Christopher, as- 
signor.) 

Annable, Warren W., assignor of two-thirds to G. S. Johnson and J. W. Brown, Grand 
Rapids, Mich. Pneumatic spring for vehicles 

Annable, Warren W., assignor of two-thirds to G. S. Johnson and J. W. Brown, Grand( 
Rapids, Mich. Brake for railway -cars _ ) 

Annett, Albert, East Jaffrey, N. H. Clamp and holder 

Annett, Albert, East Jaffrey, N. H., assignor to Annett Manufacturing Company, of New 
Hampshire. Machine for applying glue to wooden box-rims 



Annett, Leslie R., Boise, Idaho. Combined plow and brush-cutter 

Annett Manufacturing Company. (See Annett, Albert, assignor.) 

Annin, Charles H., Lagrange, 111. Buffet 

Annis, Burleigh S., Windsor, Conn. Display apparatus 

Annulo Stopper Company. (See Stern, Arnold, assignor.) 

Anrich, Emanuel L., New York, N. Y. Dop ._. 

Ansaldo, Gio, Genoa, Italy. Marine torpedo _ _ 

Ansenheimer, Jacob F., Cincinnati, Ohio. Package for holding liquids - 

Anstaett, Christian C, Elgin, 111. Bread 

Anstaett, Christian C, Elgin, III. Making bread _ __- 

Anthony, Alfred R., and R. Ireland, Wilkesbarre, Pa. Sprocket-wheel 

Anthony, Alfred R., C. T. Cunnius, Wilkesbarre, Pa., and J. A. Watson, Washington, 

D. C. ; said Watson assignor to said Anthony and Cunnius. Bicycle-saddle support - . 

Anthony, Alonzo D., Groton, and G. D. Geer, Owego, N. Y. Road-gate 

Anthony, Daniel E., Akron, Iowa. Corn-harvester 



Anthony, Solomon, Lorain, Ohio. Stopper-rod _ ._ 

Anti-Bursting Pipe Company. (See Hopkins, Nevil M., assignor.) 

Antill, Benjamin F., Smith Ferry, Pa. Self-tapping spigot ._ 

Antisdel, Egbert M., Utica, N. Y. Bedstead _ 

Anton & Alfred Lehmann Aktiengesellschaft. (See Lewin, Simon, assignor.) 

Anton, Christopher L., Monongahela, Pa. Miner's lamp 

Anwander, Ludwig. (See Gerhard and An wander.) 

Anzelewitz, Abraham , New York, N. Y. Stem-winding watch 

Anzelewitz, Abraham, New York, N. Y. Winding and setting mechanism for watches - 
Apery, Tello J. d\ assignor of one-half to M. Irwin, New York, N. Y. Extension-table. . 

Appel, Richard, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Flaying-knife _ 

Appelhans, Harriet, et al. (See Applehans, Charles, assignor.) 

Appelhans, Hermine, et al. (See Applehans, Charles, assignor.) 

Appelhans, Valeska, et al. (See Applehans, Charles, assignor.) 

Apperson, Elmer. (See Haynes and Apperson.) 

Appert, Leon, Paris, France. Apparatus for rolling glass 

Apple, Vincent G., assignor to Dayton Electrical Manufacturing Co., Dayton, Ohio, 
Storage battery 

Applebom, Ralph, and J. Sidenbitel, Dallas, Tex. Fastener - 

Appleby, Ernest L., Bradford, Pa. Lock _.. 

Appleby, John F., Chicago, 111. Shaft-bearing 

Appleby, John F., Chicago, 111. Automatic grain-binder 

Appleby, John F., Chicago, 111., assignor to Deering Harvester Company. Covering for/ 
harvesters . _ _ ( 

Applegate, Alonzo M., Reynoldsville, Pa. Angle -cock for train-pipes of railway air- 
brakes 



No. 



Applegate, Eugene W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Security Cash Register Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Cash-register - 

Applegate, Eugene W. , assignor, by mesne assignments, to A. Heuer, Jr. , and C. L. Davis, 

Chicago, 111. Mechanical musical instrument 

Applegate, George F., Trenton, N. J. Eyeglasses or spectacles. ._ - 

Applegate, Robert O., Kansas City, Mo. Vapor-burning lamp 

Applehans, Charles, assignor to J. O'Connell, H., H.,andV. Appelhans, and J. H. Barnes, 
Norwich, Conn. Beer-drawing apparatus . . 



Appleman, Mathias M., Rohrsburg, Pa. Folding umbrella- 

Appleton, Alfred E. , Oldbury, England. Hand signaling-lamp 

Appleton, Charles J., Ravenswood, N. Y. Overseaming sewing-machine 

Appleton, R. Ross. (See Granger, Francis B., assignor.) 

Appleton, Robert M., Boston, Mass. Lady's knit undergarment 

Aramburu, Domingo, Mexico, Mexico. Cable conveyer 

Arbes, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Blind-stitch sewing-machine 

Arbuckle Brothers. (See Green, William N., assignor.) 
Arcade Manufacturing Company. (See Morgan, Charles, assignor.) 
Arcade Manufacturing Company. (See Schermack, John J., assignor.) 
Archambault, Francois, Lyons, France. Composition for coating carboys or other ves- 
sels _ _ 



Archbald, Charles E. (See Merrill, Edward B.) 

Archer, David J., Toronto, Canada. Hair-clipper - 

Archer, David J, assignor of one-fourth to W. J. McMurtry, Toronto, Canada. Manu- 
facture of self-igniting gas mediums _ .-- 

Archer, George W., assignor to Archer Manufacturing Company, Rochester, N. Y. 
Chair 



Archer Manufacturing Company. (See Archer, George W., assignor.) 

Archer, Robert L., et al. (See Smalley, Frank, assignor.) 

Archibald, Charles E., Girard, Pa. Lifting-jack 



678,452 
678,453 

681,291 

683,014 
671,154 

686,961 
667,057 



073,011 
674,824 
668,399 

678,471 
683,242 

673,465 
666,995 

677,166 

686,646 

677,918 
678,454 
678,455 
688,570 

676,021 
690,006 

665,301 

668,149 

690,223 
672,867 

678,852 

677,151 
682,968 
687,712 

686,838 



671,175 

675,918 
670,655 
673,612 
! 667,644 
i 677,553 

673,593 

676,598 
670,191 

675,551 
674,051 
677,393 

678,771 

671,645 

679,663 
680,013 

672,028 
073,151 
680,014 



668,275 
685,707 
665,378 
669,156 

690,128 



Date. 



July 16 
July 16 

Aug. 27 

Sept. 24 
Apr. 2 

Nov. 19 
Jan. 29 



Apr. 30 
May 21 
Feb. 19 

July 16 
Sept. 24 

May 7 
Jan. 29 

June 25 

Nov. 12 

July 9 
July 16 
July 16 
Dec. 10 

June 11 
Dec. 31 

Jan. 1 

Feb. 19 

Dec. 31 
Apr. 23 

July 23 

June 25 
Sept. 17 
Dec. 3 

Nov. 19 



Apr. 2 

June 11 
Mar. 26 
May 7 
Feb. 5 
July 2 

May 7 

June 18 
Mar. 19 

June 4 
May 14 
July 2 

July 16 

Apr. 9 

July 30 
Aug. 6 

Apr. 16 
Apr. 30 
Aug. 6 



Monthly 
volume. 



Feb. 


19 


Oct. 


29 


Jan. 


1 


Mar. 


5 


Dec. 


31 



2144 
2145 

2973 

2488 
463 

2414 
4269 



4042 
2656 
2257 

2169 



192 
4142 

3441 

1743 

1118 
2147 
2147 
1657 

1238 
4409 



1777 



4798 
3749 



2918 
3418 



2145 



524 

1052 
2981 
481 
872 
403 

446 



2123 

347 

1256 

101 

2746 

1440 

4547 
553 

2148 

4320 

556 



2038 

4257 

1018 

155 

4627 



107 
108 



531 

984 



927 
610 
611 
505 

489 
658 
659 

45,46 
958 

775 
387 
388 
258 



485 
485 



276 
1016 
(201 
1202 

400 

1108 
862 

658 

771 

541 

1,2 

1475 

]476 



118 

232 

700 

112 

186 

96 

(103 

1104 

532 

J497 



75 

291 

22 

618 
(331 
1332 
1023 

119 

498 
994 
119 



Official 
Gazette. 



975 

237 

36 

1067 



96 

96 

96 
■95 

97 
94 



95 
■95 
94 

96 
■96 



95 
■97 



96 
97 

95 
97 

-94 

94 

97 



95 



-97 



95 

95 
94 
95 
94 
96 

► 95 

95 

[■94 

95 
95 



-95 
96 



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95 
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94 
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



13 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Archibald, Walter B. (See Kyle, Jessee C assignor.) 

Arcioni, Vittorio, Spoleto, assignor to C. Olivetti, .'vrea, Italy. Electric meter 

Arehart. Jesse W., Harrisburg, Oreg. Draft-equalizer 

Arend, Francis J., et al. (See Berrigan, John J., assignor.) 
Arend, Frank A., et al. (See Rooney, Patrick, assignor.) 
Arend, John B., et al. (See Hachmann, Frederick, assignor.) 
Arendell, Bennett. (See Jones, Thomas B., assignor.) 
Argall, F. L., et al. (See Harrington, Charles HL, assignor.) 

Argall, Philip, Denver, Colo. Crushing-roll 

Argles, Alice M., Wimbledon, England. Coin-freed mechanism for goods-delivery ma-i 
chines ) 

Arkell, Bartlett, Canajoharie, N. Y. Bag 

Arkell, Bartlett, Canajoharie, N. Y. Paper fabric 

Arkell, Bartlett, Canajoharie, N. Y. Making crinkled paper 

Arkell, James, assignor to S. H. Arkell, Canajoharie, N. Y. Waterproofing and craping 
paper. 

Arkell, John, et al. (See George, Conrad, assignor.) 

Arkell, Sarah H. (See Arkell, James, assignor.) 

Armantrout, Charles A., Seymour, Iowa. Automatic and reversible sheet-metal weather- 
strip for doors _ - 

Armat, Thomas, Washington, D. C. Vitascope _ 

Armatage, Robert, Attica, Ohio. Bale-tie 

Armbrust, Charles W. (See Chipley, Gardiner W., assignor.) 

Armbruster, Adam W., et al. (bee Meyer, Henry L., assignor.) 

Armbruster, Friedrich, New York, N. Y. Toy puzzle _ _. 

Armeny, Gyulo, New York, N. Y. Diamond-polishing machine _ 

Armeny, Gyulo, New York, N. Y., and W. C. Marion, Arlington, N. J. Apparatus for 
melting iridium '. _ 

Armitage, Albert, Fairport, assignor of one-half toE. J. Corser, Macedon, N. Y. Grain- 
drill... 

Armitage, Edwin, Detroit, Mich. Fabric-coating machine 

Armleder, Otto. (See Gray, Emmet P., assignor.) 

Armour & Company. (See Cabell, Robert H., assignor. ) 

Armour & Company. (See Sharp, William E., assignor.) 

Armour Packing Company. (See Bright, Frederick W., assignor.) 

Armour, Robert J., Newark, N. J. Signal-lamp _ 

Armour, Robert J., Newark, N. J. Signal-lamp 

Armstead, James H., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor of one-half to J. T. Armstead, Duluth, 
Minn. Measuring-tool 

Armstead, John T. (See Armstead, James H., assignor.) 

Armstrong, A. A. (See Addleman, John S., assignor.) 

Armstrong, Albert H, Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of 
New York. Attachment for controller-handles . ■. 

Armstrong, Albert H., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of ( 
New York. Motor-control system . ( 

Armstrong, Albert H., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of 
New York. Control of induction-motors 

Armstrong, Arthur H., Sandwich, assignor of one-half to S. M. Einstein, Attleboro, Mass. 
Nut-lock for rail-splices 

Armstrong Brothers Tool Co. (See Armstrong, James, assignor.) 

Armstrong, Charles O, Columbus, Ohio. Acetylene-gas lamp. 

Armstrong, Charles G., Chicago, 111. Regulating heating devices or systems _ 

Armstrong, Charles G., Chicago, 111., assignor to J. E. Heg, Rahway, N. J. Heat-regu- 
lating device. _ 

Armstrong, Charles G., assignor of one-half to D. B. Carse, Chicago, 111. Power-trans- 
mitting device ■_ 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Shannon, Howard G., assignor.) 
Armstrong, Edward P. (See Cilley, George W., assignor.) 

Armstrong, Edwin J., assignor to Ball Engine Company, Erie, Pa. Governor 

Armstrong, Frederick S., Franklin, Conn., M. C. Weaver and M. A. Barber, North Attle- 
boro, Mass. Transferable clamp lamp-bracket 

Armstrong, Harry W., Oakmont, Pa. Lifting-jack ___ 

Armstrong, Herbert J., Markdale, Canada. Beam _ 

Armstrong, James, Chicago, 111., assignor to Armstrong Brothers Tool Co., of Illinois. 
Tool-holder _ 

Armstrong, John, Ealing, England. Apparatus for treatment of ores _ 

Armstrong, John E., Santa Cruz, Cal. Automatic water-elevator 

Armstrong, Joseph M., Bonham, Tex. Post-driver _ 

Armstrong, Robert F., Sewellsville, Ohio. Wagon-brake _ 

Armstrong, Robert G., assignor of two-thirds to Morley Brothers Saddlery Co. and J. P.( 
Jesseu, Chicago, 111. Strap-punching machine 5 

Armstrong, Walter S., Ruthven, Iowa. Railway-switch __ 

Armstrong, Walter S., assignor of one-half to H. M. Huston, Ruthven, Iowa. Wrench . . 

Arn, John, Columbus, Ohio. Spring-tire 

Arnaman, Harry C, and H. L. Loring, Kansas City, Mo. Soldering-iron _ 

Arnaud, Albert L. (See Verneuil, Godefroy-Lebeuf, and Arnaud.) 

Arndt, Max, Aix-la-Chapelle, Germany. Apparatus for ascertaining the density of gas . 

Arndt, Max, Aix-la-Chapelle, Germany. Gas-analysis apparatus 

Arndt, Max, Aix-la-Chapelle, Germany. Apparatus for gas analysis 

Arndt, William F., Hubbleton, Wis. Combination-tool 

Arneson, Knudt A., Blanchardville, Wis. Reinforce for collars _ 

Aruey, William J., Port Allegany, Pa. Bank-bill cutter. _. 

Arnholt, George A. W., Philadelphia, Pa. Smoke-consumer 

Arno, Riccardo, and A. Caramagna, Turin, Italy. Electric railway. _ 

Arnodin, Ferdinand J., Chateauneuf , France. Counterbalanced and jointed suspension- 
bridge _ 

Arnold, Charles H, Grosvenor Dale, Conn., assignor to Draper Company, Hopedale, 

Mass. Spinning yarn _ . _ __ _.. 

Arnold, Charles R., assignor of one-half to I. H. Trowbridge, Marseilles, 111. Clock-train. 
Arnold, Daniel J. C, New London, Ohio. Metal wheel 



683,831 
664,921 



666,892 

678,153 

6S6,877 
6KG.87S 
686,879 

670,393 



686,244 
673,992 
681,471 



665,861 
677,613 

665,717 

665,047 

690,007 



673,751 
683,243 

679,820 



671,258 
67S,853 

678,854 

631,904 

669,872 
6S6,916 

680,471 
687,292 

671,926 

680,680 
685,811 
665,718 

675,184 
677.614 
682.378 
668,276 
670,755 

672,585 

681,665 
6S3,891 
672,304 
672,433 

676,858 
678,154 

678,215 

689,774 
674,850 
675,877 
688,379 

685.242 

680,906 

683.418 
675,582 
680,633 



Oct. 1 
Jan. 1 



Jan. 29 

July 9 

Nov. 19 
Nov. 19 
Nov. 19 

Mar. 19 



Nov. 12 
May 14 
Aug. 27 



Jan. 15 
July 2 

Jan. 8 

Jan. 1 

Dec. 31 



May 7 
Sept. 24 

Aug. 6 



Apr. 2 
July 23 

July 23 

Sept. 3 

Mar. 12 
Nov. 19 

Aug. 13 
Nov. 26 

Apr. 9 

Aug. 20 
Nov. 5 
Jan. 8 

May 28 
July 2 
Sept. 10 
Feb. 19 
Mar. 26 

Apr. 23 

Aug. 27 
Oct. 8 
Apr. 16 
Apr. 23 

June 18 
July 9 

July 9 

Dec. 24 
May 28 
June 11 
Dec. 10 

Oct. 29 

Aug. 20 

Sept. 24 
June 4 
Aug. 13 



727 
189 



3949 

1555 

2221 
22:22 
2223 

2503 



985 
1132 
3311 



19a5 
511 



171)2 



40S 
4411 



715 
2S71 



190 



693 
2919 

2925 

469 

1492 
2314 

1372 
3052 

1940 

1784 

1G1 

1704 

3324 
515 

1308 
2039 
3147 

3171 

3691 

865 

2661 

2917 

2S54 
1558 

1666 

3906 

2709 

970 

1273 

3387 

2242 

3196 
418 
1664 



160 



J907 

(908 

J358 

1359 

491 

492 

492 



219 
264 
736 



463 

(122 
1123 

392 



90 
1016 



169 



42 



156 
(658 
1659 

659 

96 

353 

(509 
1510 

300 



(450 
1451 

393 



757 
123 
295 
451 
740 
(738 
1739 
826 
192 
616 
676 

647 
359 



912 
620 
214 
292 
(780 
1781 

493 



97 
94 



j-94 

J- 96 

97 
97 
97 

94 



94 
-96 



94 



94 
97 



95 
96 



96 



147 
40 



860 

a37 

1463 
1463 
1463 

2336 



1180 
1298 
1764 



441 
108 



300 



84 
2821 



1197 
2494 



1082 



87 
367 



95 
j-96 

96 

96 

94 
J- 97 

96 
97 

j-95 

96 
97 
94' 

95 
96 
96 
94 
94 

J-95 

96 
97 
95 
95 

95 
96 

j-96 

97 
95 
95 
97 

J- 97 

96 

90 
95 
96 



145 

647 

648 

1958 

2111 
1479 

1334 
1649 

416 

1437 
996 
360 

1772 
109 
2140 
1439 
2483 

691 

1841 
195 
571 
639 

2471 
338 

359 

2698 
1651 
2069 
2127 

760 

1531 

2562 
1946 
1392 



14 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED PROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Arnold, Eliphalet L., Waller County. Tex. Cattle-guard _ 

Araold, Engelbert, O. S. Bragstad, and J. L. La Cour, Carlsruhe, Germany. Arrange- 
ment of non-inductive windings _ __ 

Arnold, Englebert, O. S. Bragstad, and J. L. La Cour, Carlsruhe. Germany. Distribu-i 
tion of electric currents _ '. | 

Arnold, Frederic E., Ann Arbor, Mich. Cigar 

Arnold, Frederick. (See Arnold, George, assignor.) 

Arnold, Fredrick N., Jr., St. Louis, Mo. Soap cutting and spreading machine 

Arnold, George, assignor of one-half to F. Arnold, Cleveland, Ohio. Expansion-engine . 

Arnold, Gustav, New York, N. Y. Stippling-machine 

Arnold, Henry B., assignor of one-halt to M. L. Taul, Midland, Tex. Double-acting cyl- 
inder-pump. -. _ _ 

Arnold, Horace L., New York, N. Y. Fluid-supply pump ._ 



Arnold, Horace L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Recorder. 



Explosive-engine 

Internal-combustion motor 
Fluid-actuated motor 



Arnold, Horace L., assignor to J. A. Hill, New York, N. Y. 
Arnold, Horace L., assignor to J. A. Hill, New York, N. Y. 
Arnold, Horace L., assignor to J. A. Hill, New York, N. Y. 

Arnold, Horace L., assignor to J. A. Hill, New York, N. Y. Mechanism for mixing and 
measuring materials _ 

Arnold, Horace L., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Union Type Writer Company, of New? 
Jersey. Type-writer ._ J 

Arnold, Horace L., Brooklyn, assignor to J. A. Hill, New York, N. Y. Mechanical move- 
ment _ 

Arnold, Horace L., Brooklyn, assignor to J. A. Hill, New York, N. Y. Combustion mo- 
tive-fluid generator _ 

Arnold, Horace L., Brooklyn, assignor to J. A. Hill, New York, N. Y. Reversing mech- 
anism. 



Arnold, Horace L., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to J. A. Hill, East Orange, N. J. Clutch . . 
Arnold, Irwin R. B., assignor to Stereopticon and Film Exchange, Chicago, 111. Carbu- 
reter . 



Arnold, James A., assignor to J. Jackson, Allegheny, Pa. Glass-blowing machinery 

Arnold, Logan B., Hanly, Ky. Fireplace.. 

Arnold, Lucien H., Chicago, 111. Tooth-brush 

Arnold, Nathaniel W., North Abington, Mass. Last _ _ 

Arnold, Newton M., Helena, Mont. Wagon coupling-pole 

Arnold, Oliver, Leicester, Mass. Tooth forming and inserting mechanism for card-set- 
ting machines __ 

Arnold, Phineas A., Canal Dover, Ohio. Screening and separating apparatus. 

Arnold, Samuel S., Toronto, Canada. Combined rocking-chair and cradle 

Arnold, Wilber E., Madisonville, Ohio. Composite grinding-rolls 

Arnold, Wilber E., Madisonville, assignor to Victor Safe and Lock Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Automatic locking-signal for screw safe-doors 

Arnold, William B. (See Goding, Edwin L., assignor.) 

Arnold, William B., North Abington, Mass. Last 

Arnold, William B., North Abington, Mass. Welt for boots or shoes 

Arnold, William B., North Abington, Mass. Attachment for applying welts or rands 

Arnold, William R., New York, N. Y. Apparel-belt 

Arnoldi, John R., Toronto, Canada. Exhaust-ventilator 

Arnoult, Henry T. d', Paris, France. Accumulator-plate 

Arnsberger, Cyrus A., Council Bluffs, Iowa, assignor of one-half to J. E. Erickson, St. 
Joseph, Mo. Pump 

Arntfield, Frederick S. (See Brown and Arntfield. ) 

Arntzenius, Robert H. (See Vierdag, Verheggen, Arntzenius, and Byvoet.) 

Aronson, Saul, Brooklyn, assignor of one-half to I. Shuster, New York, N. Y. Sewing- 
machine attachment for making braid trimming 

Arp, Frederik C. V., and S. C. Jensen, Copenhagen, Denmark. Stand for cycles 

Arquembourg, Henri. (See'Grouvelle and Arquembourg.) 

Arras, John D., assignor of one-half to J. Felt, Bluffton, Ohio. Cream-separator 

Arrasmith, Charles W., Courtland, Cal. Fruit-packing device 

Arrasmith, James H., Colfax, Wash. Boiler __ 

Arthaud, Franklin L. (See Wentworth, Addison T., assignor.) 

Arthur, Alexander J., Fort Dodge, Iowa. Farm-gate 

Arthur, Benjamin F., Holyoke, Mass. Cleaning silver 

Arthur, Daniel, Brooklyn, assignor to T. J. Kieley and F. T. Mueller, New York, N. Y. 
Steam-trap.. _ 

Arthur, David H., Philadelphia, Pa. Device for attaching or detaching electric lamps. . . 

Arthur, George E. (See Kavanagh and Arthur.) 

Arthur, Joseph A., assignor of one-haif to J. F. Paull, Wheeling, W. Va. Bottle-seal 

Arthur, Joseph A., assignor of one-half to D. E. Stalnaker, Wheeling, W. Va. Leveling 
instrument ._ 1 

Arthur, Thomas J. (See Jacob and Arthur. ) 

Arthurs, Biddle. (See Jackson, John, assignor.) 

Artz, John D., Dayton, Ohio. Universal gear-coupling 

Arvonen, Isaac V., Calumet, Mich. Heating apparatus 

Asar, Mario R. d\ Genoa, Italy. Means for locating source of sound 

Asar, Mario R. d\ Genoa, Italy, assignorto J. Zeltner-Dietz, Nuremberg, Germany. Pro- 
ducing plastic articles by the aid of photography 

Asbell, Sylvester J., Paterson, N. J. Stop and waste cock 

Asbill, Fletcher G., Ridgespring, S. C. Repair-link _ 

Asch, Anton, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Indicating apparatus for measuring 
instruments _ 

Asche, Otto, Boulogne-sur-Seine, France. Drawing-die 

Ash, Horace W. (See Scott, Warren, and Ash.) 

Ash, Jacob L., Lansing. Mich. Vaporizing device for gas-engines 

Ash, Jacob L., Lansing, Mich. Electric igniter for gas-engines 

Ashby, George. B., et al. (See Thomas, Rufus Y., assignor.) 

Ashby, Harry V., and F. M. Slocum, Erie, Pa. Puzzle 

Ashby, James A. (See Ashby, John A., assignor.) 

Ashby, John A., Blueash, Ohio, assignor to himself, and J. A. Ashby, Bellevue, Ky. 
Sheet-music holder and turner 



No. 



688,221' 

677,917 
686,434 
675,185 

685,084 

665,592 
674,253 

684,740 
666,842 

672,586 



666,839 
666,840 

666,841 
671,663 

671,947 



677,493 
677,615 

677,305 
666,125 
688,148 
082.836 
673,571 
678,855 

666,370 
676,645 
665,066 
679,821 

676,061 

674,072 
674,831 
689,533 
683.730 
676,971 
682,899 

674,073 



668,277 
690,221 

674,623 
670,525 
688,053 

682,161 
674,254 

690,343 
673,191 

669,067 

669,068 



686.501 
675,919 
683,584 

687,107 
669,817 
685,554 

665,863 
682,866 

670,945 
670,946 

669,452 



678.327 



Date. 



Dec. 3 

July 9 
Nov. 12 
May 28 

Oct. 22 

Jan. S 
May 14 

Oct. 15 
Jan. 29 

Apr. 23 

Jan. 29 
Jan. 29 
Jan. 29 

Jan. 29 

Apr. 9 

Apr. 16 

May 14 

July 2 
July 2 

June 25 
Jan. 15 
Dec. 3 

Sept. 17 
May 7 
July 23 

Jan. 22 
June 18 
Jan. 8 
Aug. 6 

June 11 

May 14 
May 21 
Dec. 24 
Oct. 1 
June 25 
Sept. 17 

May 14 



Feb. 19 
Dec. 31 

May 21 
Mar. 26 
Dec. 3 

Sept. 10 
May 14 

Dec. 31 
Apr. 30 

Mar. 5 

Mar. 5 



Nov. 12 
June 11 
Sept. 10 

Nov. 19 
Mar. 12 
Oct. 29 

Jan. 15 
Sept. 17 

Apr. 2 
Apr. 2 

Mar. 5 



July 9 



Monthly 
volume. 



1117 
1333 
3325 

3107 

1473 
1612 

2453 

3847 

3173 

3826 
3831 
3835 

3841 
1468 

2005 

1139 

275 
517 

3737 

2430 
857 

2164 
404 



2912 

2169 

1603 

199 

1315 

1296 
2671 
3437 
545 
3112 
2271 

1297 



2042 
4795 

2307 

2732 

682 

926 
1614 

5010 
4380 



1462 
1053 
1672 

2665 
1395 
3986 

1986 
2217 

37 
37 

676 



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Gazette. 



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258 
(*295 
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(712 

"(713 

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373 

558 

886 

f739 

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(882 
)883 
883 
(883 
|884 

885 
(337 
1 338 
(463 
(464 

265 



124 

842 
561 
193 
488 
95 
660 

674 
551 
367 
43 

294 

300 
613 
806 
120 
694 
513 

300 



452 
1108 

533 

640 
158 

206 



1156 
1010 



323 
232 



586 
330 
912 

463 

501 



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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 
Alphabetical list of patentees- — Continued. 



15 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Data 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Ashby, John P., and S. H. Miller, Oklahoma, Okla. Ter. Dowel connection 

Ashcraft, Homer E. (See Smith, Ashcraft, and Jamison.) 

Ashe, James T., Chicopee Falls, Mass. Cooler for bottled wine or other beverages 

Ashenhurst, James O., et al. (See Kendall, Francis B., assignor.) 
Asher, Abraham, et al. (See Mariner, Abbott L., assignor.) 

Asher, William J., Willimantic, Conn. Starching-machine 

Ashford, James, and H. E. Newey, Birmingham, England. Photographic-plate holder. 
Ashford, Thomas B., assignor to C. W. Blanchard, H. D. Harper, Sr.. Kinston, and E. B. 

Isler, Jones County, N. C. Harness-saddle 

Ashley, Edward E., New York, N. Y. Sanitary closet or safe ... 

Ashley, Frank M., New York, N. Y. 

Ashley, Frank M., New York, N. Y. 
Ashley, Frank M., New York, N. Y. 
Ashley, Frank M., New York, N. Y. 
Ashley, Frank M., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
railway . 



Electric railway -.. 

Electric railway . 

Plug- valve _ 

Boiler-alarm... 

assignor to General Electric Company. Electric 



Ashley, Herbert, Stamford Hill, and H. M. Martin, Westminster, England. Liquid- 
meter _ — 

Ashley, Jay A., Yuba City, Cal. Farm-truck 

Ashmead, Elizabeth C, Philadelphia, Pa. Vaginal syringe 



Ashton, Harold T., Blackheath, England. Expansive-fluid turbine 

Ashton, Henry B., Medford, Mass. Attachment for spinning-frames 

Ashurst, John L., Havana, assignor to L. B. Ashurst, Kilbourne, 111. Grain-drill 

Ashurst, Lewis B. (See Ashurst, John L., assignor.) 

Ashworth, Thomas, Urmston, England. Formation of cops in spinning and doubhng 
machinery _ 

Ashworth, William D., assignor to Philadelphia Textile Machinery Company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Mercerizing * 

Asire, Cyrus F., and F. Ledrich, assignors of one-third to J. Sheneman, Becks Mill, Ohio. 
Hay-loader 

Askin, George K. (See Dyhrberg and Askin.) 

Aslakson, Baxter M., Alexandria, Ind., assignor to Lippincott Glass Co., Alexandria, Ind., ( 
and Cincinnati, Ohio. Glass-blowing machine - - J 

Asphalt Paper Pipe Company. (See Dixon, Albert 3., assignor.) 
Aspinwall, Henry C. (See Blomen and Aspinwall.) 

Aspinwall, Lewis A., assignor to Aspinwall Manufacturing Company. Jackson, Mich. 
Agricultural implement ._. 

Aspinwall Manufacturing Company. (See Aspinwall, Lewis A., assignor.) 

Atall, George M., Waukon Junction. Iowa. Coupling for poles or thills 

Atchason, Thomas, Newark, N. J. Trace-fastener 

Atchison, Thomas. (See Zirckel, John H., assignor^ 

Atha, Herbert B., East Orange, N. J. Preparing sand molds for steel castings __ .- 

Atherton, Clarence H., Reed City, Mich. Picture and picture-mat-form holder and cutter. 
Atherton, Frederick L. (See Meyer, Florian, assignor.) 

Atherton, Frederick L.. Paterson, N. J. Warping-machine ._. 

Atherton, Giles, Stockport, England. Hat-brim curling and ironing machine. 

Athol Machine Co. (See Bellows, Stephen H., assignor.) 

Atkins, Charles H., Camden, assignor to W. Webster, Merchantville, N. J. Liquid-ele-) 

vating apparatus S 

Atkins, Charles H., Chicago, 111., assignor to W. Webster, Merchantville, N. J. Means 

for elevating liquids 

Atkins, Frank J., Fort Madison, Iowa. Pencil-holder _ _ 

Atkins, Harold B., Roselle, N. J., assignor to Columbia and Electric Vehicle Company, 

Jersey City, N. J., and Hartford, Conn. Running-frame for vehicles 

Atkins, John E., Meriden, Conn. Mop 

Atkins, John W., assignor of one-half to W.T. Henry, Redland, Ind.Ter. Kitchen-cabinet. 

Atkins, Lyman H., et al. (See Collins, Paul E., assignor.) 

Atkins, Scovill S., assignor to W. A. Kendrick, Yalesville, Conn. Drawing-knife. 

Atkinson, Claude W., Cardiff, England. Electric switch and resistance _ 

Atkinson, Edward M. (See Gabriel and Atkinson.) 

Atkinson, Francis F., assignor of one-half to M. Franklin, J. G. Pearse, and L. Adair, New 
York, N. Y. Shoe-lace fastener .__._. 

Atkinson, Henry C, assignor of one-half to E. D. Greeley, Louisville, Ky. Eaves-trough 



hanger. 



Atkinson, Laurence H. (See Atkinson, Samuel, assignor.) 

Atkinson, Llewelyn B. , Cardiff, England. Electrical measuring instrument 

Atkinson, Samuel, Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to L. H. Atkinson, Pittsburg, Pa. Drawers- 
rt 



support 



Atlanta Box Factory. (See Wellhouse, Louis, assignor.) 

Atlantic Acetylene Burner Company. (See Harris, John, assignor.) 

Atlas, Abraham, New York, N. Y. Suspender-terminal _ 

Atlas Match Company. (See Hutchinson, William F., assignor.) 

Atlas Tack Company. (See Giles, Isaac W., assignor.) 

Atmospheric Gas Company. (See Wilkinson, Joseph, assignor.) 

Attebery, Thomas B. (See Elliot, Joseph J., assignor.) 

Attwood, Eli, Lebanon, Pa. Link-bending machine 

Atwell, Fred W., Fox Lake, 111. Clevis 

Atwell, Oliver R., Berlin, Nebr. Dinner-pail __ __ 

Atwood, Eugene, assignor to Atwood-Morrison Company, Stonington, Conn. Self -bal- 
ancing spindle _ _ 

Atwood, George F., et al. (See Coun, Willard H., assignor.) 

Atwood, James F., Maiden, Mass. Garment-supporting clasp __ 

Atwood, John M., et al. (See Post, William S., assignor.) 

Atwood, Leonard, Philadelphia, Pa. Drying apparatus ._ _ 

Atwood, Leonard, Philadelphia, Pa. Drying apparatus _ 

Atwood, Lewis J., assignor to Plume and Atwood Manufacturing Company, Waterbury, 
Conn. Shade-holder for electric lamps 

Atwood-Morrison Company. (See Atwood, Eugene, assignor.) 

Atwood-Morrison Company. (See Morrison, Walter G., assignor.) 

Auer, Charles F., Latham, 111. Protector for hens' nests _ _ 



685,555 
668,867 



680,559 

689,271 

672,345 



677,848 

677,849 
684,899 

684,400 

688,572 

671,913 

076,972 
670,394 

670,303 

684,901 



674,723 
685,085 
684,902 

671,100 

676,248 

673,857 
678,711 

686,189 
684,035 

688,054 
683,544 

674,351 

683,874 
689,843 

666,592 
680,308 
681,823 

690,222 
666,255 

667,175 
684,401 
665,667 
677,306 

687,551 



670,337 
679,523 
685,736 

665,161 

686,880 

685,243 
688,152 

674,151 
670,832 



Oct. 29 
Feb. 26 



Aug. 13 
Dec. 17 

Apr. 16 
Nov. 19 

July 9 

July 9 
Oct. 15 
Oct. 15 

Dec. 10 

Apr. 9 
June 25 
Mar. 19 

Mar. 19 

Oct. 22 

Dec. 10 



May 21 
Oct. 22 
Oct. 22 

Apr. 2 

June 11 

May 14 
July 16 

Nov. 5 
Oct. 8 

Dec. 3 
Oct. 1 

May 14 

Oct. 1 
Dec. 31 

Jan. 22 
Aug. 13 
Sept. 3 

Dec. 31 
Jan. 22 

Feb. 5 
Oct. 15 
Jan. 8 
June 25 

Nov. 26 



Mar. 19 
July 30 
Nov. 5 

Jan. 1 

Nov. 19 

Oct. 29 
Dec. 3 

May 14 
Mar. 26 



3186 



1539 
2941 

2730 
1848 
964 

965 

1848 
1849 

1661 

1913 
3113 
2504 



276(1 
2068 

2491 
3110 
2761 

326 

1729 

907 
2651 

905 
1133 

683 
213 

1812 

832 
4055 

3339 

1082 
316 

4796 
2672 

2 
1851 
1603 
3740 

3551 

2398 

430K 
2 

649 

2225 

3392 
864 

1424 



912 
712 



339 
684 

632 

410 
226 
227 
227 
408 
409 

391 

443 
695 
585 
i 543 

1544 
627 
481 



384 



213 
597 



252 

(158 

1 159 

49 

(417 
]418 

183 
941 

775 
239 
64 

1108 
1617 
1618 



1 
409 



S42 



780 



562 

968 

1 

145 

492 

781 
195 

329 



3276 772 94 2509 



16 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Austin, Frederick C. 
Austin, Frederick C. 
Austin, Frederick C. 
Austin, Frederick C. 
Austin, Frederick C. 
Austin, Frederick C. 



Auglaize Machine Company. (See Macomber, Charles .T., assignor.) 

August Kern Barber Supply Company. (See Lowry, John B., assignor.) 

Augustien, Edwin. (See Klemme and Augustien. ) 

Augustin, Fabiyan. (See Panholzer, Joseph, assignor.) 

Augustine, Bernard W., Alameda, Cal. Wood-graining machine 

Aukerman, Cal M., Risingsun, Ohio. Purifying system for crude petroleum 

Auld, Hugh R., Boston, Mass. Coupling for rubber-tire clamps 

Auld, William, Glasgow, Scotland. Shirt 

Aull Bros. Paper & Box Co. (See Wolf, Henry L. R., assignor.) 

Ault, Playfair G. (See Davis, Ault, and Wideinan.) 

Ault, Robert A. G. (See Schmidt and Ault.) 

Ault, Robert A. G., York, Pa. Duplicate- whist apparatus 

Ault, Robert A. G., York. Pa. Machine for indenting paper-stock 

Ault, Robert A. G., assignor of one-half to J. C. Schmidt, York, Pa. Machine for indent- 
ing paper-stock 

Aultman Company. (See Lynch, Edward P., assignor.) 

Aultman Company. (See McClintock, Norman, assignor.) 

Aultman Company. (See Wright, Edgar A., assignor.) 

Aultman & Taylor Machinery Company. (See Galland, Joseph, assignor.) 

Aultman & Taylor Machinery Company. (See Temple, William C., assignor.) 

Aumann, Frank X., assignor of one-half to R. Oestreich, Manitowoc, Wis. Malt-stirring 
machine __ 

Aumann, Louis A. (See Lane and Aumann.) 

Aumann, Max. (See Meihsner and Aumann.) 

Aurand, Thomas J., Watseka, 111. Comb-cleaner 

Aurand, Thomas J., Watseka, 111. Scissors or shears 

Auria, Luigi d', Philadelphia, Pa. Non-rotative pumping-engine ._ 

Aurora Automatic Machinery Company. (See Levedahl, Axel, assignor.) 

Aurora Automatic Machinery Company. (See Norling, Oscar, assignor.) 

Auser, Fredrick, San Francisco, Cal. Water-saving mining-machine. 

Austen, Joseph F., Milwaukee, Wis. Gasket-cutter 

Austen, Walter J., assignor of one-third to J. W. Wise, Boston, Mass. Skirt-supporter . 

Austin, Bingham F. S., Gastonia, N. C. Picker-stick-operating mechanism 

Austin Cartridge Company. (See Morris, William L., assignor.) 

Austin, Fleming T., London, England. Cardboard or pasteboard box 

Austin, Frederick C. (See Bunnell, Morton G., assignor.) 
(See Cameron, Arthur, assignor.) 
(See Cater, William H, assignor.) 
(See Hoy, Henry S., assignor.) 
(See McKee, James H., assignor.) 
(See Morenus, William H, assignor.) 
(See Rhodes, Jay B., assignor.) 

Austin, George B. H., Malvern, Victoria. Cycle propelling mechanism 

Austin, Herbert, Birmingham, England. Screwing-head in which the dies are opened 
automatically ... _ 

Austin, John T., Detroit, Mich. Electropneumatic action 

Austin, Permillia J. (See Austin, William J., assignor.) 

Austin, WalterS., Standish, Mich. Rotary engine - 

Austin, William J., Milwaukee, Wis. Forming rail-joints.- 

Austin, William J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to P. J. Austin, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Method of and means for forming railway-joints 

Austin, William J., assignor to P. J. Austin, Milwaukee, Wis. Rail-joint 

Autenrieth, George L., Kansas City, Mo. Boiler-flue coupling 

Auto Construction Co. (See Newman and Borsodi, assignors.) 

Auto-Top & Toy Company. (See Ward, Barton B., assignor.) 

Automatic Air Carriage Company. (See Pettee and McCutchan, assignors.) 

Automatic Boiler Feed Water Regulator Co. (See Cummings, Charles, assignor.) 

Automatic Bottle Stopper Feed Company. (See Muslar, Nelson, assignor.) 

Automatic Camera Company. (See Fraley, Gassner F., assignor.) 

Automatic Drop Fixture Company. (See Sturgis, Herbert M., assignor.) 

Automatic Fire Alarm Company. (See McGloin, Felix, assignor.) 

Automatic Interconnecting Telephone Company. (See Andriano, Albert K., assignor.) 

Automatic Interconnecting Telephone Company. (See Herbstritt, Hermann, assignor.) 

Automatic Scale Company. (See Points, John W., assignor.) 

Automatic Speed Governor Company. (See Kemmerer, Charles D., assignor.) 

Automatic Target Machine Company. (See McCullough, John L., assignor.) 

Automatic Telephone Exchange Company. (See Keith and Erickson, assignors.) 

Automatic Telephone Meter Company. (See Bliss, Donald M., assignor.) 

Automatic Telephone Meter Company. (See Holland, Newman H, assignor.) 

Automatic Tire Inflator Company. (See Paine, William H, assignor.) 

Automatic Tufting Machine Company. (See Pierce, George H., assignor.) 

Automatic Twisting-In Machine Company. (See Goss, Albert, assignor.) 

Automatic Vacuum Canning Company. (See Norton, Edwin, assignor.) 

Automatic Wringer Company. (See Janisch, Max P., assignor.) 

Automobile Steering Company. (See Shaw, Henry F., assignor.) 

Avard, William S., Coffeyville, Kans., assignor of one-half to T. Geist and E. M. Perles, 

St. Louis, Mo. Propeller-rudder _ 

Avedisyan, Avedis D., Boston, Mass. Non-refillable bottle 

Averbeck, Theodore, Cincinnati, Ohio. Pipe-coupling 

Averett, Lemuel C. (See Welch, Michael I., assignor.) 

Averrett, Andrew E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of New 
York. Device for causing end play of shafts 

Avery, Amariah, Manchester, N. H. Loom-shuttle spindle -- 

Avery, Colby M., Chicago, 111., assignor to Chisholm, Boyd & White Company, of Illinois. 
Pulverizing calcium »xid or lime . 

Avery, Frederick C, Chicago, 111. Driving-gear for motor-vehicles. 

Avery, Henry W., Cleveland, Ohio. Non-refillable receptacle. -- 

Avery, Henry W., Cleveland, Ohio. Non-refillable receptacle 

Avery. Henry W., assignor to Avery Stamping Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Seat for har- 
vesters or the like - 

Avery, Henry W., assignor to Avery Stamping Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Seat for har- 
vesters or the like _ 



675,362 
672.882 
675,616 
665,863 



665,048 
673,041 

669,277 



684,402 



674,111 
688.280 
689,775 



675,583 
681,945 
665,379 

688,573 



672,726 



684,594 
684,339 

668,278 
675,868 

675,867 
675,869 
689,630 



685,868 

677,919 

669,673 



069. Gl 2 
688,380 

682,837 
669,133 
670,266 
688,574 

083,634 

683,675 



May 28 
Apr. 30 
June 4 
Jan. 15 



Jan. 1 
Apr. 30 

Mar. 5 



Oct. 15 



May 14 
Dec. 10 
Dec. 24 



June 4 
Sept. 3 
Jan. 1 

Dec. 10 



Apr. 23 



Oct. 22 

Oct. 15 
Oct. 8 

Feb. 19 
June 4 

June 4 
June 4 
Dec. 24 



Oct. 29 
July 9 

Mar. 12 



Mar. 12 

Dec. 10 

Sept. 17 

Mar. 5 

Mar. 19 

Dec. 10 

Oct. 1 

Oct. 1 



3627 

3776 

485 

1987 



409 
4104 



377 



1852 



1367 
1096 
3907 



419 
555 
1019 

1663 



827 



100 
463 



91 

940 



8111 



2189 
1699 



2045 
945 



947 
3610 



251 
912 



87 

117 

237 

(391 

|392 

800 



i 713 
!714 

495 
376 

J 452 

| 453 
207 

207 
208 
847 



3614 
1119 

1104 



1000 
1274 

2165 

109 

2270 

1665 

876 

450 



831 
258 
i 261 

I 262 



237 
293 



23,24 
529 
392 

85 

102 



95 



94 



97 



05 



1832 



1958 
441 



914 
1869 



408 



1344 
2091 



1946 
1977 
203 

2205 



680 



475 
362 



1440 
2044 



2044 
2044 



97 
96 


807 
253 


94 


2036 


94 

97 


2016 
2127 


96 
94 
94 
97 


2331 
1813 
2288 
2206 


97 


78 


97 


93 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



17 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 




Avery, Henry W., assignor to Avery Stamping Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Seat for har- 
vesters or the like 

Avery Manufacturing Company. (See Bartholomew, John B., assignor.) 

Avery Stamping Company. (See Avery, Henry W., assignor.) 

Avery Stamping Company. (See Judd", Wallace S.. assignor.) 

Avery, Washington I., New York, N. Y., assignor to H. B. Mitchell, Maiden, Mass. Wa- 
ter still and condenser 

Avery, William G., Painesville, Ohio. Tote-box _ _ 

Avery, William G., Painesville, Ohio. Hod 

Avet, Louis H., Plaquemine, La. Tripping attachment for cane-slings 

Avfizard, Auguste F., Jr., and J. E. Clerc, Paris, France. Filter for purifying water 

Awdry, Thomas, Corsham, England. Label-holder _ 

Axel, Rudolph. San Francisco, Cal. Bicycle-support _._ 

Axtell, Cyrus F., New York, N. Y. Device for disinfecting transmitters and receivers of 
telephones _ 

Axtell, Henry A., assignor of one-half to F. H. Oakman, Shelburne Falls. Mass. AVhit- 
ening or finishing machine 

AxtellT Lucius, assignorto D. W. Lewis, Tompkins, N. Y. Drier 

Axthelm, Ernst. Pittsburg, Pa. Binder for loose ledger-leaves 

Ayars, Charles H., Salem. N. J., assignor to Ayars Machine Company. Can-filling ma- 
chine 



Ayars Machine Company. (See Ayars. Charles H., assignor.) 
Aydelott, Jerome. (See Williams, Warner, Springer, and Aydelott.) 

Ayer, Walter R., Planchette. La. Combination-tool 

Ayers, George, Alexandria. Ya. Bait-bucket . 

Aylmer, Henry, Sherbrooke, Canada. Life-raft 

Aylsworth, George M.. Collingwood, Canada. Radiator 

Aylsworth, Jonas W. (See Miller and Aylsworth.) 

Aylsworth, Jonas W., East Orange, N. J. Decomposing glycerids_._ 

Aylsworth, Jonas W.. East Orange, assignorto National Phonograph Company, Orange 

N. J. Phonographic record-blank 

Aylsworth, Jonas W., East Orange, and W. H.Miller, assignors to National Phonograph 

Company, Orange, N. J. Apparatus for duplicating phonographic records . 

Aylworth, Daniel W. (See Cady, Frank P.. assignor.) 

Ayola, Stephen de, assignor of one-half to G. E. Fritz, New York, N. Y. Porous cup 

Ayres, Harlow J. (See Simmons, William H., assignor.) 

Ayres. Henry W., Los Angeles, Cal. Tie-holder for collars _ _ 

Ayres. Lycurgus E.. Melrose Park, 111. Railway-joint lock 

Ayres, Reuben B., New York, N. Y. Storage device. .__ . 

Ayres, William Y. K.. Newark, N. J. Non-refillable bottle _. 

Ayvad, Hachig A., Hoboken, N. J. Life-preserver 

B. F. Avery & Sons. (See Dustmann and Holsclaw, assignors.) 

B. F. Barnes Company. (See Barnes, Benjamin F., assignor.) 

B. F. Goodrich Company. (See Kepler, Irwin F., assignor.) 

B. Gloekler Company. (See Schlarb, Louis M., assignor.) 

B. K. Manufacturing Company. (See Semple, John M., assignor.) 

Baak, Herman, Charter Oak, Iowa. Threshing-machine straw-carrier -_ _ 

Baatz, August F., Fairhaven, Wash. Rotary engine _ . 



685.663 



676,172 
671,155 
676,022 
671,874 
680.681 
672,158 
672,401 

667.484 

666,174 
673,411 
074.152 

6S8.231 



688.153 
668.899 
665,302 
686,190 

666,636 

676,111 

683,676 

684,391 

672.931 
687,952 

687,491 

681,178 
673,672 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Date. 



Babb, Charles A., assignor of one-half to O. T. Botts, Meadville. Mo. Wagon _ 

Babbitt, James M., assignor of one-half to D. Hill, Carthage, Mo. Lifting-jack __. 

Babbitt, Seth W., Meriden. Conn. Shaving-cup 

Babcock, Charles M.. et al. (See Creed, John J., assignor.) 

Babcock, Fred, Des Moines, Iowa. Eaves-trough screen protector .__ 

Babcock, James R., assignor of one-fourth to T. Paradis, Fort Pierre, S. D. Wheeled 
plow or cultivator. 

Babcock, Lucien C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Elevator 

Babcock, Nathan, et al. (See Snyder, Dillon H., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Co. (See Higgins, Campbell P., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company. (See Hoxie, William D., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Babe, Philip, Brighton. Wis. Weight-motor . _ _ 

Babin, Telesphore, Houma, La. Coffee-pot 

Babis, John, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor, by mesne assignments, to S. S. Wenzell Machine 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa., and Charleston, W. Ya. Bottle-washer _ 

Bablich, Hermann. (See Becke and Bablich.) 

Babson, Henry B. . et al. (See Anderson, Erickson. and Wickstrom, assignors.) 

Babst, Joseph, New York, N. Y., assignor to W. Schimper & Company, Hoboken, N. J. 
Picture-frame ._ 

Bacci, Gustavo, New York, N. Y., assignor to F. Crane, Bloomfield, N. J. Torpedo 
holder and exploder _ __. 

Bach, John L., Buffalo, N. Y. Composition for cleaning metals ___ 

Bach, Maximilian, Pittsburg, Pa. Ice-cream mold and dipper __ 

Bache, Leigh S., Boundbrook, N. J. Incubator _ 

Bache, William H., Boundbrook, N. J. Covering for roofs 

Bachelier. Eugene, Sermerieu, France. Means for preserving railway-carriages from 
injury in case of collision 

Bachert, Max. New York, N. Y. Apparatus for saturating wood _ 

Bachia, Robert, New York, N. Y. Holder for paste, mucilage, &c _ 

Bachman, Charles, and J. S. Fisher, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Hercules Man- 
ufacturing Company, Baltimore, Md. Catapult.-. 

Bachman, Charles F. (See Johnson, Miles E., assignor.) 

Bachman. Frank E., Buffalo, N. Y. Skimming-trough for blast-furnaces. __ 

Bachman, Frank E., Buffalo, N. Y. Apparatus for purifying water _ 

Bachman. Frank E.. Buffalo, N. Y. Filter 

Bachman, Rose. (See Griffith, Phares S.. assignor.) 

Bachmann, Carl C. G. R., Leipsic, Germany. Making granulated cast-iron 

Bachmann, George J., and G. McConnell, Muskegon, Mich. Potato-planter 

Bachmann, Josef F. , and A. Vogt, Vienna, Austria-Hungary, assignors to Electric Resist- 
ance and Heating Co., Ltd.. London, England. Electrical resistance 

Bachmann, Josef F., and A. Vogt. Vienna, Austria-Hungary, assignors to Electric Resist- 
ance and Heating Company, Limited. London, England. Electrical resistance . 

Bachner, Joseph, Princeton, Ind. Clock winding and setting mechanism _ 

2 PAT 



682,516 
666,371 

671,364 

677,920 
686,502 

669,495 

681.012 



670.304 
666,593 



6S4.665 



689,032 

674,052 
665,864 
671,788 
675,260 
6SG,191 

680.831 

666.915 
6S3.892 

672,434 

665,162 
674,153 
678,532 

686,839 
682,900 

686,245 

686.246 
665,719 



Oct. 29 



June 11 
Apr. 2 
June 11 
Apr. 9 
Aug. 20 
Apr. 16 
Apr. 16 

Feb. 5 

Jan. 15 
May 7 
May 14 

Dec. 3 



Dec. 3 
Feb. 26 
Jan. 1 
Nov. 5 

Jan. 29 

June 11 

Oct. 1 

Oct. 8 

Apr. 30 
Dec. 3 

Nov. 26 

Aug. 27 

May 7 



Sept. 10 
Jan. 22 

Apr. 2 

July 9 

Nov. 12 

Mar. 5 

Aug. 20 
Dec. 17 



Mar. 19 
Jan. 22 



Oct. 15 



Dec. 17 



May 
Jan. 
Apr. 
May 
Nov. 

Aug. 
Jan. 
Oct. 

Apr. 

Jan. 

May 
July 

Nov. 
Sept. 

Nov. 12 



28 



4 is". 



1539 
471 

1239 
ls-i'.i 
1785 
2381 
2850 

625 

2509 
78 



9611 



344 
109 
276 
429 
393 
549 
661 

126 

582 

17,18 



1425 329 



991 



326:: 
878 
906 

3417 

1425 

451 

1830 

3859 
469 

3422 

2756 
581 



1517 
2915 

902 

1121 
1463 



2443 
2422 



2334 
3341 

2317 

2526 

1258 
1988 
1695 
3449 
907 

2110 
3999 
866 

2918 

650 
1426 

2292 



19 ' 2146 
17 2272 

986 



Nov. 
Jan. 



12 
8 1 1705 



195 
726 
202 
198 

793 



102 



1113 
)114 
J 751 
"1752 
612 
136 



351 
i 674 

1675 
1204 
1205 
258 
323 

181 

540 
560 



544 
775 



525 



580 
292 



391 
7S7 
198 

460 
923 
192 

676 

145 

i 329 
1330 
'517 

476 
513 

219 

219 



97 



96 

[-94 

[95 

96 
97 

94 

96 

97 



97 



921 



2185 
100 

2124 
398 

1437 
518 
608 

1115 

542 
1069 
1357 

2046 



2020 

1707 

176 

1145 

761 

2162 



861 
1936 

1722 

1655 
1168 



2188 
637 

187 

253 

1284 

1951 

1571 

23S1 



2301 
724 



500 



2400 



1323 
441 



1797 
1145 



1505 
868 
195 



131 
1357 
503 

1447 
2353 

1180 

1180 
360 



18 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabt tii-iil list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Bachner, Wilhelm, Stuttgart, Germany. Refrigerator __ 

Bachraeh, David, Baltimore, Md. Nitrocellulose or similar substance and making same. 

Bachrodt, Herman C. (See St. Clair, Alexander, assignor.) 

Bachus, John, Jersey City, N. J. Adjustable door-frame _ 

Backstrom, Martin, Chicago Heights, 111., assignor to Canedy Otto Manufacturing Com- 
pany, of Illinois. Feed mechanism for drilling, boring, or like machines 

Backus, Abram C, Whiteplains, N. Y. Top 

Backus, Charles F. (See Barker, James, assignor.) 

Backus, Hiram A., Evans, N. Y. Lever 

Backus Water Motor Company et al. (See Denison, Julian F., assignor.; 

Bacon, Abbott L., Franklin, Mass. Sand-box for cars _. 

Bacon, Addison M., Pittsburg, Pa. Coke-drawing apparatus 

Bacon Air Lift Company. (See Bacon, James E., assignor.) 

Bacon, Byron R., et al. (See Woods, Edward D., assignor.) 

Bacon, Charles H., Danielson, Conn. Music-rack and light-supporting attachment for 
stools or chairs 

Bacon, Frederick J., Albany, N. Y. Tailpiece 

Bacon, George W.', et al. (See Davis, George H., assignor.) 

Bacon, H. Clark, et al. (See Mack, Henry A., assignor.) 

Bacon, James E., Richmond, Va., assignor to Bacon Air Lift Company, of New Jersey. 
Water-raising apparatus . _ 

Bacon, James E., New York, N. Y., assignor to Bacon Air Lift Company, of New Jersey. 
Making or improving wells 

Bacon, John E., Clinton, Conn. Bobbin-holder 

Bacon, John J., West Somerset, N. Y. Step-ladder _ , 

Bacon, Levi S., Washington, D. C, assignor to D. S. Wegg, Chicago, 111. Bonding-pin.. 

Bade, Ferdinand, Norwood, N. J. Water-supplying device for poultry 

Bade, John P., Vienna, Mo. Crate 

Badeker Gas Engine Company. (See Badeker, John, assignor.) 

Badeker, John, Omaha, Nebr., assignor to Badeker Gas Engine Company, of Nebraska. 
Multicylinder gas-engine _ 

Bader, Edward, assignor of one-half to M. Baumau, St. Louis, Mo. Metallic packing 

Bader, Henry, and H. D. Cartwright, San Francisco, Cal. Support for mirrors 

Badger, Arthur C, Boston, Mass. Fire-extinguisher __ 

Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik. (See Kmetsch and Holdmann, assignors.) 

Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik. (See Vorlander and Drescher, assignors.) 

Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Abel, Julius, assignor.) 

Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Bally, Oscar, assignor. ) 

Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Berns, Wilhelm, assignor.) 

Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Bohn, Rene, assignor.) 

Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Haller, Richard 0. F., assignor.) 

Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Isler, Max H., assignor.) 

Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Julius, Paul, assignor.) 

Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Knietsch, Rudolf, assignor.) 

Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Kmetsche and Seidel, assignors.) 

Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Lendecke, Victor, assignor.) 

Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Schleicher, Erhart, assignor.) 

Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Schumann, Max, assignor.) 

Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Seidel, Paul, assignor.) 

Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Stiegelmann, Armand J., assignor.) 

Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Tkatsch, Akin, assignor.) 

Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik. (See Voigtlauder-Tetzner, Walter, assignor.) 

Badt, Francis B., Chicago, 111. Electric-arc lamp 

Baecker, Louis, assignor of one-half to E. Aberle, Detroit, Mich. Electric cloth or fabric 

Baender, Charles L., Pittsburg, Pa. Can-capping machine (. 

Baer, Benjamin. (See De Croes, Clement, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Baer, Charles, Mendon, Mich. Blinder for bridles.- 

Baer, Samuel W., assignor of one-third to C. J. Haden, Atlanta, Ga. Railway-switch.. _ 

Baer, William J. (See Thornley and Baer. ) 

Baethig, Henry. (See Svenson, Claes A., assignor.) 

Bagby, Henry C, Santa Maria, Cal. Hot-air dental appliance 

Baggaley, Ralph, Pittsburg, Pa. Automatic haulage and delivery system 

Baggaley, Ralph, Pittsburg, Pa. Dumping-car 

Baggett, Henry, Blackheath, England. Electric-arc lamp __ 

Baggett, William T., San Francisco, Cal. Alarm for guns 

Baggett, William T., San Francisco, Cal. Alarm for hammerless guns 

Baggs, Walter T., assignor of one-half to H. Mertz, Baltimore, Md. Screw 

Bagley, Elmer E. (See Mead, Edwin E., assignor.) 

Bagne, Ole S., Palmer, Minn. Measuring vessel.- 

Bahan, Edward J., et al. (See Heald, Joseph C, assignor.) 
Bahls, Emil J., et al. (See Freese, Frank, assignor.) 

Bahnemann, OttoE., Gera, Mich. Adjustable shelving 

Bahrenburg, William, Belleville, 111. Vehicle-door 

Baier, Max, Elizabeth, N. J. Escapement... 

Bailer, Otto P., Memphis, Tenn. Eyeglasses ... 

Bailey, Alexander, assignor to National Brass Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Garment-hook _ 

Bailey, Alfred J. (See Bailey, William H. and A. J.) 

Bailey, Arthur R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Aerating-cap for jars, &c 

Bailey, Charles A., Cromwell, Conn. Cartridge — 

Bailey, Charles E., Providence, assignor to W. R. Talbot, North Kingston, R. I. Arti- 
cle provided with heads of leather ._. _ 

Bailey, Charles H., Buffalo, N. Y. Book-cover 

Bailey, Charles J., Newton, Mass. Water-bag 

Bailey, Charles L., et al. (See Simpson, John, assignor.) 

Bailey, Edgerly R., Clarinda, Iowa. Attachment for reed or pipe organs 

Bailey, Edward L., et al. (See Craw, Joseph T., assignor.) 

Bailey-Farrell Manufacturing Company. " (See Bailey, George H., assignor.) 

Bailey, George A., Loveland, Iowa. Automatic mail-crane 

Bailey, George F., assignor to Waltham Screw Company, Waltham, Mass. Automatic 
machine for making metal screws, &c 



675;764 
667,759 

630,015 

669,407 
680,957 

679,873 

677,554 
669,377 



075,186 



671,428 

671,429 
671,744 
673,043 
671,009 



June 4 
Feb. 12 

Aug. 6 

Mar. 5 
Aug. 20 

Aug. 6 

July 2 
Mar. 5 



May 28 
Nov. 19 



Apr. 9 

Apr. 9 

Apr. 9 

Apr. 30 

Apr. 2 



12,779 I Sept. 17 
668,966 Feb. 26 



683,587 
677,931 
673,752 
686,931 



Oct. 1 
July 9 
May 7 

Nov. 19 



681,179 I Aug. 27 
" Sept. 24 



072.749 



Apr. 



6,698 Nov. 19 
0,634 ! Aug. 13 



690,224 

690,225 

690,226 
688,575 

666,372 

600,405 
684,774 

672,883 



682,517 

679,822 
667,176 
681,092 

678,155 

672,692 
674,751 

679,823 
671,041 
679,524 

671,875 



i,840 
!,498 



Dec. 31 

Dec. 31 

Dec. 31 

Dec. 10 

Jan. 22 
Jan. 22 
Oct. 22 

Apr. 30 

Sept. 10 

Aug. 6 
Feb. 5 
Aug. 20 

July 9 

Apr. 23 
May 21 

Aug. 6 
Apr. 2 
July 30 

Apr. 9 



Nov. 19 
Dec. 10 



733 

IMS'. I 



557 



597 
2339 



297 



404 
554 



3320 
2-220 



1041 

1042 
1624 
4105 
166 
2045 
3393 



282 
1146 

716 
2361 



155 



2757 
2021 
3534 

1849 

1005 



4798 

4799 

4807 

1666 

2920 
2981 
2523 

3777 



1549 

200 

3 

2594 

1561 

3407 
2532 

201 



1850 



2147 
1504 



120 

139 
513 

63,64 

97,98 
128 



758 



239 
375 
940 
38 
462 
757 



63 
264 
169 
519 



612 
602 
809 

410 
368 



1108 

1109 

1110 

'1111 

1111 

1392 

1393 

675 

691 

574 



i 351 

1352 

43 

1 

573 

360 



586 

43 
52 

968 

429 



476 
,349 

350 
'351 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



19 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly- 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Bailey, George H., assignor to Bailey-Farrell Manufacturing Company, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Uniting metal pipes 

Bailey, George T., Pleasanthill, Mo. Screw-driver. 

Bailey, Harlow W., and W. J. Parkinson, Buffalo, N. Y. Fishing-reel 

Bailey, Harvey J. (See Tribble, William, assignor.) 

Bailey, Henry J. (SeeSorlle, Martin, assignor.) 

Bailey, Howard S. (See Beam and Bailey.) 

Bailey, Howard S., Denver, Colo. Ore-treating furnace 

Bailey, J. W. (See Drach, Henry, assignor.) l 

Bailey, James B., Monte Bello, Canada. Clothes-line 

Bailey, James G., and H. Cheney, Delavan, 111.; said Cheney assignor to said Bailey. 
Mulching-machine 

Bailey, John. (See Davis and Bailey.) 

Bailey, Latimer. (See Simmons, John B., assignor.) 

Bailey, Leonard C, Florence, Colo. Bottle _ 

Bailey, Mary B. (See Glover, Joseph, assignor. ) 

Bailey, Mary F., et al. (See Crawtord, Harry M., assignor.) 

Bailey, Oakley M., Murray, Utah. Cuff-button 

Bailey, Ralph W., West Newbury, Mass. Protractor attachment for center-finding in- 
struments - - 

Bailey, Richard G., San Mateo, assignor to G. G. Wickson, San Francisco, Cal. Fruit- 
grader . 



Bailey, Samuel R., Amesbury, Mass. Carriage-spring 

Bailey, Samuel R., Amesbury, Mass. Carriage-spring _ 

Bailey, Samuel R., Amesbury, Mass. Carriage-spring 

Bailey, Thomas L., and R. W. Hamilton, Mahoniugtown, Pa. Air sanding device 

Bailey, William H. and A. J., Salford, England. Valve for water-gages _ 

Bailey, William O., London, England. Grinding and polishing mill and means for feed- 
ing abrading or polishing mediums thereto 



Bailly, Armand, Seraing, Belgium. Blowing-engine 

Bain, Foree, Chicago, 111. Railway-rail joint 

Bain, Francis M., Ann Arbor, Mich. Washboiler 

Bain, Thomas J., Cairo, 111. Electric battery 

Bainbridge, Percy M. (See Balding, Bainbridge, and Nusbeck.) 

Baird, Edward P., Evanston, assignor to Baird Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. 
Toll apparatus for telephones 

Baird, Edward P., Evanston, assignor to Baird Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. 
Telephone toll apparatus _ 

Baird, John C, Boston, Mass. Lens for semaphore signal-lights 

Baird, Luther C., Odell, 111. Washing-machine _. _ 

Baird Manufacturing Company. (See Baird, Edward P., assignor.) 

Baird, William H. (See Rollins, Harrison S., assignor.) 

Baird, William H., Burlington, Iowa. Brush 

Baker, Alfred L., and A. W. Taylor, Bakers, Mich. Luggage-carrier _ 

Baker, Andrew A., and F. F. Heffernan, Pittsburg, Pa. Switch-throwing device.. 

Baker, Andrew H., Brockton, Mass. Split follower 

Baker, Andrew H. , Brockton, Mass. Boot or shoe stretcher 

Baker, Charles A. , assignor to Ball Bearing Shade Roller Company, AVaukesha, Wis. Ex- 
tensible shade-roller 



Baker, Cicero M., Whitesboro, Tex. Gate . 



Baker 
Baker 
Baker. 

Baker 

Baker 

Baker. 

Baker 
Baker 
Baker 
Baker 
Baker. 
Baker. 
Baker 
Baker 
Baker 
Baker 



Skimming-trough 

Stock-indicator for blast-furnaces. 
Gas-valve for hot-blast stoves 



David, Chicago, 111. 
David, Chicago, 111. 
David, Chicago, 111. 

David, Chicago, 111. Making metal wheels _ 

David B., Tacoma, Wash. Wood split pulley _ _ 

David F., Mount Tabor, Oreg. Shingle-machine 

Dickerson G., Willimantic, Conn. Winding-machine _ _ 

Dickerson G., Willimantic, Conn. Winding, measuring, and severing machinery. 
Eber, et al. (See Richards, Jesse D., assignor.) 

Edward E., Pittsburg, Pa. Sectional case 

Emma, administratrix. (See Baker, Robert N.) 

Francis S., Toronto, Canada. Radiator. _ 

Frank P. (See Elliott, Ralph W., assignor.) 

Frank W., Chicago, 111. Exercising device 

Frederick H. (See Baker, Shevlin, and Baker.) 

George H., et al. (See Aldrich, Robert and W. T., assignors.) 



Baker, George S., London, England. Conveyer apparatus . 



Baker, George S., London, England. Wheel-gearing for transmission of power 

Baker, George S., J. A., and W. K., London, England. Apparatus for mixing flour, &c_. 
Baker & Hamilton. (See Cowley, William A., assignor.) 

Baker, Harrie E. and O. D., Inwood, Iowa. Curtain-trimmer _ 

Baker, Harry, and E. Haworth, Runcorn, England. Obtaining sodium sulfate from 
brines. 



Baker, Haydn M., Jr., and A. W. Fox, New York, N. Y. Color-changing and signaling 
device - 

Baker, Henry R., North Attleborough, assignor, by mesne assignments, of one-half to 
R. F. Simmons Company, Attleborough, Mass. Mold for casting tubular shells 

Baker, Herbert F., Somerville, Mass. Antifriction drawer-support 

Baker, Howard A. (See James, Will S., assignor.) 

Baker, Howard W., Chicago, 111. Conveyer 



Baker, James H., Pittsburg, Pa. Punching and forging apparatus 

Baker, James H., Pittsburg, Pa. Machine for punching and forging 

Baker, James H., Allegheny, assignor to Jas. H. Baker Manufacturing Co., Pittsburg, 
Pa. Brake-beam 

Baker, James H., Allegheny, assignor to Jas. H. Baker Manufacturing Co., Pittsburg, 
Pa. Lever 



683,S75 
686,192 
609.249 



687,713 
682,518 
666,791 

681,774 

686,193 

679,934 

671,646 
673,994 
681,093 
681,094 
065,720 
682,162 

668,552 

689,272 

677,167 
677,394 
689,776 

678,632 

678,633 
006,453 
688,281 

678,431 
080,213 
677,618 
668,844 
675,187 

674,752 

679,589 

666,373 
074,112 
675,462 

683,832 

677,555 

670,602 

007,160 
670,973 

675,188 

689,844 

674,391 



680,214 

685,503 
680,832 

685,196 

668,671 

673,893 

665,865 
668,078 

668,079 
671,430 

671,431 

671,745 
674,591 



Oct. 1 
Nov. 5 
Mar. 5 



Dec. 3 
Sept. 10 
Jan. 29 

Sept. 3 

Nov. 5 
Aug. 6 

Apr. 9 

May 14 
Aug. 20 
Aug. 20 
Jan. 8 
Sept. 10 

Feb. 19 

Dec. 17 

June 25 
July 2 
Dec. 24 

July 16 

July 16 
Jan. 22 
Dec. 10 

July 16 
Aug. 13 
July 2 
Feb. 26 
May 28 

May 21 

July 30 

Jan. 22 
May 14 
June 4 

Oct. 1 

July 2 

Mar. 26 

Jan. 29 
June 25 

May 28 

Dec. 31 

May 21 



Aug. 13 



Oct. 


29 


3900 


Aug. 


20 


2111 


Oct. 


22 


3306 


Feb. 


26 


2779 


May 


14 


967 


Jan. 

Feb. 


15 
12 


1988 
1645 


Feb. 


12 


1647 


Apr. 


9 


1044 


Apr. 


9 


1046 


Apr. 


9 


1625 


May 


21 


2256 



333 



1551 
3732 

232 

909 

413 

1442 
1144 
2.V.I.- 
2595 
1706 
928 

2512 

2942 

3442 
104 



2515 

2523 

30 ; 5 
1090 



2094 

914 

524 

3138 

3327 

2533 

4430 

2921 
1.308 
187 

730 

407 

2875 

4472 
3114 

3329 

4056 

1904 



916 



183 
199 
77 



2,3 

352 



45 

199 

87 



260 
573 
573 
393 
207 

566 
i 684 
685 
775 
23 
913 



563 

564 
712 
251 



476 
203 
125 
702 
758 

586 
j 995 
1 900 

675 

316 
43 
(160 
1161 
98 
(672 
1673 
1025 

695 

758 

941 
440 



f203 
I 204 
1 205 
[206 
1894 
1S95 
461 

760 

620 

226 

463 



1239 
1240 
i 240 
] 241 

375 

520 



97 
96 
94 

96 

97 

96 

95 
95 
96 
96 
94 
96 

94 

J-97 

95 
96 
97 



168 
1145 
1859 



1844 
2189 
S20 

1911 

1146 
1124 

316 
1300 
1602 
1602 

361 
2069 

1532 

2485 

2602 

24 

2699 

546 

548 

670 

2091 

459 

1243 

111 

1680 

1773 

1598 
975 

638 

1344 
1897 

148 

87 

2429 

967 
2537 

1773 

2749 

1470 



1243 

866 
1505 

721 

1610 

1265 

441 
1338 

1338 
237 



353 

1542 



20 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Baker, James H., Allegheny, assignor to Jas. H. Baker Manufacturing Co., Pittsburg, 
Pa. Brake-lever ._ _ _, 

Baker, James H., G. F. Shevlin, and F. H. Baker, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Valve for 
wood-pulp digesters or similar devices 

Baker, James H., G. F. Shevlin, and F. H. Baker, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Valve for 
wood-pulp digesters, &c 

Baker, James H., G. F. Shevlin, and F. H. Baker, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Diaphragm- 
screen 



Baker, James H., G. F. Shevlin, and F. H. Baker, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Centrifugal 
pulp-screen _ 

Baker, James M., Providence, R. I. Shut-off nozzle for firemen's hose 

Baker, John L., Norfolk, Va. Toy house 

Baker, John M., assignor of one-fourth to I. Williams, Nelson, Mo. Broadcast seeder 

Baker, John W. (See Allen, Benjamin F., assignor.) 
Baker, Joseph A. (See Baker, George S., J. A., and W. K.) 

Baker, Joseph C, Warren, Tex. Engine 



Baker, Josepn W., Providence, R. I. Water-cooler 

Baker, Joseph W., Angleton, Tex. Pump 

Baker, Malcolm H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Manhattan General Construction Com- 
pany, of New York. Alternating-current series arc-lamp ._ 

Baker, Malcolm H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Manhattan General Construction Com- 
pany, of New York. Electric-arc lamp _ 

Baker, Malcolm H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Manhattan General Construction Com- 
pany, of New York. Regulating electric circuits _ 

Baker, Malcolm H., Newark, N. J., assignor to Manhattan General Construction Com- 
pany, of New York. Regulating device for arc-lamp circuits. 

Baker, Malcolm H., assignor to Manhattan General Construction Company, New York, 
N. Y. Inclosed-arc lamp _ _ __ 

Baker, Malcolm H., assignor to Manhattan General Construction Company, New York, 
N. Y. Electric arc lamp _ _ 

Baker, Malcolm H., assignor to Manhattan General Construction Company, New York, 
N. Y. Regulating device for arc-lamp circuits 

Baker, Malcolm H., assignor to Manhattan General Construction Company, New York, 
N. Y. Regulating device for arc-lamp circuits 

Baker, Malcolm H., assignor to Manhattan General Construction Company, New York, 
N. Y. Regulating device for arc-lamp circuits .. 

Baker, Malcolm H., assignor to Manhattan General Construction Company, New York, 
N. Y. Regulating device for arc-lamp circuits 

Baker, Malcolm H., assignor to Manhattan General Construction Company, New York, ( 
N. Y. Regulating device for arc-lamp circuits _ ; 

Baker, Malcolm H., assignor to Manhattan General Construction Company, New York, 
N. Y. Regulating device for arc-lamp circuits 

Baker, Milton M. , San Francisco, Cal. Solar water-heater and steam-generator 

Baker, Milton M., assignor to Sunshine Water Heater Co., San Francisco, Cal. Solar 
oven and cooker 

Baker, Nelson A. , Ottumwa, Iowa. Device for converting motion 

Baker, Osgood D. (See Baker, Harrie E. and O. D.) 

Baker, Philip B., Neosho, Mo. Hinge J _ 

Baker, Robert N., deceased; E. Baker, administratrix, assignor to Syracuse Chilled Plow 
Company, Syracuse, N. Y. Wheelbarrow 

Baker, Samuel A., assignor of one-half to M. F. Colby, Springfield, Vt. Centrifugal ma- 
chine - 

Baker, Silas, Pawpaw, 111. Bail-supporter 

Baker, Thomas B., Bolivar, Ohio. Curtain pole and fixture. 

Baker, William. (See Beach and Baker.) 

Baker, William E., New York, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company. Brush-; 
holder _ \ 

Baker, William H., Trenton, N. J. Auxiliary valve for hydrants '. 

Baker, AVilliam H. , Tiffin, Ohio. Drive-cage for live stock 

Baker, William H, Central Falls, R. I., and F. E. Kip, Montclair, N. J. Weft-replenish-) 
ing mechanism for looms ) 

Baker, William H, Central Falls, R. I., and F. E. Kip, Montclair, N. J. Weft-replenisli- 
ing mechanism for looms 



Baker, William H., Central Falls, R. I., and F. E. Kip, Montclair, N. J. Weft-replenish 

ing mechanism for looms 

Baker, William H, Central Falls, R. I., and F. E. Kip, Montclair, N. J. Weft-replenish 

ing mechanism for looms 

Baker, William H., Central Falls, R. I., and F. E. Kip, Montclair, N. J. Pneumatic shut 

tie-motion for looms . 

Baker, William H, Central Falls, R. I., and F. E. Kip, Montclair, N. J. Weft replenish- . 

ing and controlling mechanism for looms - 5 

Baker, William H, Central Falls, R. I., and F. E. Kip, Montclair, N. J. Weft controlling* 

and replenishing mechanism for looms. ) 

Baker, William H, Central Falls, R. I., and F. E. Kip, Montclair, N. J. Weft replenish-^ 
ing and controlling mechanism for looms J 

Baker, William H., Central Falls, R. I., and F. E. Kip, Montclair, N. J. Weft-replenish- 
ing mechanism for looms ._ 

Baker, William H., Bridgeport, Conn., and F. E. Kip, Montclair, N. J., assignors to Kip- 
Armstrong Company, of New York. Warp stop-motion for looms - 

Baker, William J., Newport, Ky. Laundry-tag. 

Baker, William J., Newport, Ky. Window -screen _ 

Baker, William K. (See Baker, George S., J. A., and W. K.) 

Baker, William M., Fortville, assignor of one-half to C. M. Rich and J. G. Thomas, Mun-i 
cie, Ind. Harrow ; 

Baker, William T., and B. F. Clayton, Louisville, Ky. Multiple phonogram or record 
holder _ 



Bakewell, Paul, et al. (See Victor, David, assignor.) 

Bakken, Thore A., De Soto, Wis. Coupling for whiffletrees 

Bakken, Thore A., De Soto, Wis. Coupling for whiffletrees. 

Balada, Alfredo. (See Fusai, Antenore, assignor.) 

Balbach, Edward, Jr. , assignor to Balbach Smelting & Refining Company, Newark, N. J. 
Condenser for fumes of metallurgical furnaces \. 



No. 



674,592 
668,946 



682,839 

686,962 
680,016 
668,827 
683,545 



681,180 

672,254 
684,970 



669,055 

684,165 

684,169 

669,056 

669,057 

684,166 

684,167 

684,168 

684,340 
684,341 

684,342 
679,451 

681,095 
670,011 

688,712 

673,354 

686,917 

685,901 
673,412 

688,817 

673,674 
688,818 

671,202 
674,154 

674,155 

674,156 
674,157 

681,164 

681,165 

681,647 

681,905 

671,203 
678,156 
678,216 

665,721 

673,413 

665,049 
680,108 

676,380 



Date. 



May 21 

Feb. 26 

Sept. 17 

Sept. 17 

Nov. 19 
Aug. 6 
Feb. 26 
Oct. 1 

Aug. 27 

Apr. 16 
Oct. 22 

Feb. 26 

Feb. 26 

Oct. 8 

Oct. 8 

Feb. 26 

Feb. 26 

Oct. 8 

Oct. 8 

Oct. 8 

Oct. 8 
Oct. 8 

Oct. 8 
July 30 

Aug. 20 
Mar. 19 

Dec. 10 

Apr. 30 

Nov. 19 

Nov. 5 
May 7 

Dec. 17 

May 7 
Dec. 17 

Apr. 2 
May 14 

May 14 

May 14 
May 14 

Aug. 20 

Aug. 20 

Aug. 27 

Sept. 3 

Apr. 2 
July 9 
July 9 

Jan. 8 

May 7 

Jan. 1 
Aug. 6 

June 11 



Monthly 
volume. 



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2257 
3357 
2165 
2168 

2418 
559 

3091 
217 

2759 

2574 
2882 

3187 

3561 

1384 

1392 

3564 

3569 

1387 

1389 

1390 

1701 
1704 

1706 
4152 

2596 
1786 

1894 

4667 
2318 

334 

79 

2089 

584 
2091 

596 

1430 

1437 

1441 
1444 

2717 

2721 

3644 

470 

603 
1563 
1669 

1707 



411 
716 



1972 



520 
747 
489 



53:2 

120 

689 

49,50 



i 612 

1613 
593 
662 

712 

794 



310 
794 
795 
309 
310 
310 

377 

(377 
J378 

378 
932 

574 
416 

445 

1079 

(510 

]511 

68 

18 



137 
489 
( 134 
1135 
f330 
I 331 
1 332 
[333 
(333 
I 334 

335 

(335 
[336 
(602 
)603 
(603 
|604 
(815 
■{816 
(817 

96 

135 

360 
384 



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18 



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159 



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Gazette. 



95 

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96 
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97 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



21 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 

Gazette. 






Balbach Smelting & Refining Company. (See Balbach, Edward, Jr., assignor.) 

Balch, William W., Deford, Mich. Bean or seed sorting machine 

Balcomb, Frank L., Salem, Mass. Running-gear for automobiles 

Baldesberger. August, Pittsburg, Pa. Folding chair 

Balding, Victer C, P. M. Bainbridge, and J. Nusbeck, Little Rock, Ark. Toy 

Baldt, Frederick, Chester, Pa. Ladle 

Baldt, Frederick, Sr., Chester, Pa. Anchor 

Baldt, Frederick, Sr., Chester, Pa. Anchor 

Baldt, Frederick, Sr., Chester, Pa. Anchor. 

Baldt, George W., Chester, Pa. Ladle-stopper 

Baldt, George W., Chester, Pa. Stopper-seat for ladles 



assignor 



Baldwin, Alfred, Goffs Falls, N. H. Tension device for loom-shuttles .- 

Baldwin, Alfred D., New York, N. Y. Means for protecting commutators 

Baldwin, Arnold M., Santa Cruz, Cal. Toe-clip ; 

Baldwin, Benjamin D., Maui, Hawaii. Plow _ 

Baldwin, Cyrus W., deceased.: M. E. Baldwin. Yonkers. N. Y., administratrix 

to Otis Elevator Company, East Orange, N. J. Elevator 

Baldwin, Cyrus W., Yonkers, N. Y., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Otis Elevator^ 

Company, East Orange, N. J. Safety device for elevators ; 

Baldwin, David G. (See AVintz, Jefferson D., assignor.) 
Baldwin, Edward A. (See Peters, William H., assignor.) 
Baldwin, John T., et at. (See Montgomery, John M., assignor.) 
Baldwin, Le Roy W. (See Nelson, Nicolay, assignor.) 

Baldwin, Leroy W., New York, N. Y. Coin-operated weighing-machine 

Baldwin, Leroy W., New York, N. Y. Dial for coin-controlled weighing-machines 

Baldwin, Leroy W., New York, N. Y. Coin-controlled weighing-machine , 

Baldwin, Luther C, Manchester, N. H. Loom-reed .." 

Baldwin, Mary E., administratrix. (See Baldwin. Cyrus W.) 

Baldwin, Samuel E., Havre de Grace. Md. Nut-lock ... 

Baldwin, Samuel S. (See Schloerb, Henry, assignor.) 

Baldwin, Wilbur R., Elmira, N. Y. Bedstead attachment. 

Baldwin, William C, et al. (See Kuhn, Charles H., assignor.) 
Baldwin, William D., administrator. (See Dyer, Louise.) 
Baldwin, William D., administrator. (See Kenny, Joseph E.) 

Baldwin, William H., Ainsworth, Nebr. Windmill _ _ 

Baldwin, William J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Device for feeding fuel to furnaces 

Balentine, George H., Laurens, S. C. Air-brake coupling __ 

Ball, Albert, Claremont, N. H.. assignor to Sullivan Machinery Company, Claremont, 

N. H., and Chicago, 111. Coal-mining machine _ 

Ball, Arthur R., Melvern, Kans. Adding-machine.. 

Ball Bearing Shade Roller Company. (See Baker, Charles A., assignor.) 
Ball-Bearing Umbrella Company. (See Moulton. Walter E., assignor.) 

Ball, Bert C, and W. H. Corbett, New York, N. Y. Friction-clutch 

Ball, Bertrand E. (See Steele, Daniel C, assignor.) 

Ball, Charles A., et al. (See Normand, Joseph E., assignor.) 

Ball, Charles A., Brooklyn, assignor to Standard Air Brake Company, New York, N. Y. 

Air-brake. .. 1 

Ball, Charles W. W., New Y T ork, assignor to Cooper & McKee, Brooklyn, N. Y. Refrig- 
erator-shelf 

Ball, Edward M., Somersworth, N. H., assignor of one-half to C. L. Bowker, Brunswick, 

Me. Rotary motor ... 

Ball Electric Company. (See Ball, Royal E., assignor.) 

Ball Engine Company. (See Armstrong, Edwin J., assignor.) 

Ball, Frederic J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Variable-speed gearing. 

Ball, Frederic J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Reversing-gear 

Ball, George L., Allegheny, Pa. Removing paraffin from oil-wells 

Ball-Hanno Machine Works. (See Ball, John R., assignor.) 

Ball, Henry P., assignor to General Incandescent Arc Light Company, New York, N. Y.i 

Electrical measuring instrument ' 

Ball, Henry P., assignor to General Incandescent Arc Light Company, New York, N. Y.' 

Circuit-breaker.. 

Ball, Henry P., assignor to General L-icandescent Arc Light Company, New Y T ork, N. Y. 

Electric switch. 

Ball, Henry P., New York, N. Y., assignor to General Incandescent Arc Light Company, 

of New Y'ork. Automatic circuit-breaker _ 

Ball, John R., Durango, Colo., assignor to Ball-Hanno Machine Works. Sheave 

Ball, Joseph P., Hesston, Kans. Irrigating vaginal syringe 

Ball, Robert M., et al. (See Y'ounce, Joseph, assignor.) 

Ball, Royal E., New York, assignor to Ball Electric Company, Yonkers, N. Y. Electric-i 



arc lamp. 



Ball, Samuel C, and J. J. Gibson, Chicago, 111. Railway-crossing 

Ball, Samuel E., Dayton, Ohio. Machine for mixing and cooling confectionery 

Ball, William M. (See Walton and Ball.) 

Ballance, J. H. (See Kennedy, Louis H., assignor.) 

Ballance, John H. (See Butler, Ballance, and Cannady.) 

Ballard, Asa H. , Pawnee City, Nebr. Newspaper, magazine, and book holder 

Ballard, Casper L., and S. R. Blanchard, Ottawa, 111. Combination oil stove and lamp . 

Ballard, Harlan H., Pittsfield, Mass. Means for rilling and cleaning fountain-pens 

Ballard, John. (See Knapp, Sewell A., assignor.) 

Ballard, Samuel J., Los Angeles, Cal. Telephone-indicator ._ 

Ballard, William M., and J. H. Nickerson, Marengo, 111. Lifting-jack _ 

Ballou, Barton A., et al. (See Potter, James E., assignor.) 

Ballou, Frederick A., et al. (See Potter, James E., assignor.) 

Ballou, James P., Palmyra, N. Y. Shading-hood for cameras. 

Ballou, Waldo R., assignor to Yale & Towne Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn. 
Padlock - ^ _. 

Bally, Oscar, Mannheim, assignor to Badische Anihn and Soda Fabrik, Ludwigshafen, 
Germany. Violet anthracene dye _. 

Bally, Oscar, Mannheim, assignor to Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik, Ludwigshafen, Ger- 
many. Anthraquinone dye. _ __ 

Bally, Oscar, Mannheim, assignor to Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik, Ludwigshafen, Ger- 
many. Green dye of the anthracene series 

Balme, Plulibert, Lzieux, France. Electromedical eyeglasses 



687,911 

DN.j.nx? 
069,334 
076.297 

005.100 

605.500 
075.705 
677,619 
673,651 
685,964 



072,727 
00i.,.'.i<l0 
690,227 

671,156 

683,677 



675,078 

675,079 
675,080 
664,827 

690,344 
669,378 



681,181 
681,429 
686,798 

680,683 
681,292 



668,475 

675,870 
676,381 
672,874 

671,746 
671,747 
670,577 

666,454 

678,991 

686,194 

686,918 
670,756 
669,910 

674,642 

679,874 
667,177 



0SN.819 
073,551 
668,150 

689,631 
671,748 



665,626 

686,882 

666.594 

673,691 

688,576 
666,731 



Dec. 3 

Oct. 22 
Mar. 5 
June 11 
Jan. 8 
Jan. 8 
June 4 
July 2 
May 7 
Nov. 5 

Aug. 20 

Apr. 23 
Jan. 29 
Dec. 31 

Apr. 2 
Oct. 1 



May 28 

Mav 28 
May 28 
Jan. 1 

Dec. 31 

Mar. 5 



Aug. 27 
Aug. 27 
Nov. 19 

Aug. 20 
Aug. 27 



Feb. 19 

June 4 
June 11 
Apr. 23 

Apr. 9 
Apr. 9 

Mar. 26 

Jan. 22 

July 23 

Nov. 5 

Nov. 19 
Mar. 26 
Mar. 12 

May 21 

Aug. 6 
Feb. 5 



Dec. 17 
May 7 
Feb. 19 

Dec. 24 
Apr. 9 



Jan. 8 

Nov. 19 

Jan. 22 

May 7 

Dec. 10 
Jan. 29 



390 
3112 
494 
1818 
1309 
1309 
644 
525 
551 
463 

1786 

3494 
4144 



473 
453 



3117 

3121 

3123 

1 

5012 



555 



2761 
3221 
2069 

1788 
2973 



2395 

948 
1973 
3760 

1626 
1628 
2827 

3076 



910 

2320 
3148 
1566 



2346 

300 
5 



2002 
361 
1778 

3611 
1630 



1532 

2227 

3342 

608 

1669 
3023 



94 

714 

113 

405 

301 

302 

132 

125 

127 

92 

| 393 

"I 394 

800 

958 

1111 

109 
j 103 
1 103 



(710 

(711 

711 

712 

1 

1157 

(128 
(129 



613 
717 
458 

394 
660 



537 



208 



864 



376 
- 376 



(712 
1713 

717 

199 

511 

740 



(542 

1543 

64 

1,2 



489 

87 

400 

847 
376 



350 
493 



97 
97 
94 
95 
94 
94 
95 
96 
95 
97 

-96 

95 
94 
97 

95 

-97 



V95 

95 
95 

94 

97 
i-94 



97 

96 
96 

94 

95 
95 

95 

'95 
95 
94 

-94 

96 

97 

97 
94 
94 

■95 

96 
94 



1920 
680 
1894 
2243 
277 
278 
1988 
111 
1162 
1053 

1437 

763 



100 



1733 

1734 

1734 



1907 



1656 
1746 
1432 

1438 
1699 



1507 

2045 

2272 
820 

353 

354 

2419 

670 

702 

1146 

1480 
2483 
2127 

1561 

1103 
991 



2315 
1125 
1389 

2636 
354 



324 
1464 
724 

1173 



07 2200 
94 799 



22 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Balph, Charles A. , Pittsburg, Pa. Fireproof construction _.. 

Baltes, Edward M., et al. (See McDaniel and Singrey, assignors.) 

Balthazard, Victor. (See Desgrez and Balthazard.) 

Baltimore Ball Bearing Company of Baltimore City. (See Norwood, John E., assignor.) 

Balzer, Charles, et al. (See Bethel, Wilson, assignor.) 

Bamberg, Louis J., South Woodstock, Conn. Acetylene-gas generator. _ 

Bamberger, Alfred H. (See Altman, Emil, assignor.) 

Bamberger, Alfred H. (See Gleason, Michael J., assignor.) 

Bamford, Walter. (See Haden and Howarth, assignors.) 

Bancker, Samuel S., New York, N. Y. Rope-fastener 

Bancroft, Edgar A., trustee. (See Friedman, Charles S., assignor.) 

Bancroft, Frank H., assignor of one-half to H. M. Rich, Gardner, Mass. Machine for 
bending wood ___ _ __ 

Bancroft, Frank H., assignor of one-half to H. M. Rich, Gardner, Mass. Press for bend- 
ing wood. _ 

Bancroft, James E., Toledo, Ohio. Apparatus for cooking canned fruit ...'.. 

Bancroft, James E., assignor to International Canning Company, Toledo, Ohio. Wash- 
ing and scalding apparatus for fruit 

Bancroft, John S., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Lanston Monotype Machine Company, 
Washington, D. C. Paper-feed mechanism 

Bancroft, John S., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Lanston Monotype Machine Company, 
Washington, D. C. Fluid-injecting mechanism for type-casting or other machines. .. 

Bancroft, John S., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Lanston Monotype Machine Company, 
Washington, D. C. Galley mechanism for type-casting and composing machines 

Bancroft, John S., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Lanston Monotype Machine Company, 
Washington, D. C. Die-centering mechanism for type-casting and composing machines 

Band, Henry F. (See Leslie, Noble B., assignor.) 

Bandler, Henry, assignor to M. Liveright, Philadelphia, Pa. Reversible vest 

Banfleld, Edwin F., New York, N. Y. Lighting device for gas-burners 

Bangs, Charles H., Everett, Mass. Carbonating device 

Bangs, Edwin D., Milwaukee, Wis. Lubricator _ _.. 

Bank, Frank J. and J. A., New York, N. Y. Show-case 

Bank, John A. (See Bank, Frank J. and J. A.) 

Bankers Electric Protective Company. (See Coleman, Clyde, assignor.) 

Banks, Archie M., Tacoma, Wash. Sled-propeller 

Bannatyne, Archibald, assignor to Waterbury Clock Company, Waterbury, Conn. Reg- 
ulator for timepieces.. 

Bannatyne, Archibald, assignor to Waterbury Clock Company, Waterbury, Conn. Re- 
peating alarm-clock _ 

Bannatyne, Archibald, assignor to Waterbury Clock Company, Waterbury, Conn. Wind- 
ing and setting watch _ _ __ 

Banner, Winfield S., Unionville, Mo. Sale or account book _ •_ 

Bannihr, Caesar R., New York, N. Y. Mechanic's square 

Bannihr, Caesar R., New York, assignor of one-half to C. L. Curtis, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ma- 
chine for making matches _ _ 

Banning, Hancock, and F. C. Carey, Los Angeles, Cal. Wave-motor .__ 

Banning, Hancock, and F. C. Carey, Los Angeles, Cal. Wave-motor 

Banning, Thomas A. (See Sanders, John F., assignor.) 

Bansen, Fritz. (See Wehner, Maltner, and Bansen.) 

Banwell, James, assignor to C. W. Nokes and G. Caunter, Cleveland, Ohio. Casing and 
cover for catch-basins _ _ 

Banwell, James, assignor of two-thirds to C. W. Nokes and G. Caunter, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Catch-basin _ 

Baragwaneth, Henry D., Chicago, 111. Condenser 

Baran, Paul, New Kensington, Pa. Extension-bracket for eaves-troughs _ 

Barber, Ada S. (See Barber, William, assignor.) 

Barber, Benjamin B., Baltimore, Md. Sash-fastener 

Barber, Harry. (See Darwin and Barber.) 

Barber, Hiram, Chicago, 111. Heating-stove _ 

Barber, Hiram, Chicago, 111. Water-heater. : 

Barber, James A., and F. A. Adams, Fazenda, Tex. Felly-expander 

Barber, John C, Chicago, 111. Center-plate for car-trucks - - 

Barber, John C, Chicago, 111. Car-truck 

Barber, John M., St. Charles, HI. Wire-fence machine - 

Barber, Lahira J., Eagleville, Cal. Hay or grain gatherer 

Barber, Mabel A. (See Armstrong, Weaver, and Barber.) 

Barber, Maximilian T., Manchester, England. Guard for platen printing-machines 

Barber, Samuel, Dansville, N. Y. Land-roller 

Barber, William, assignor to A. S. Barber, Brooklyn, N. Y. Vehicle-frame. 

Barbet, Emile, Paris, France. Apparatus for manufacturing yeast 

Barbour, Thomas J., San Francisco, Cal. Hoist mechanism for mine-shafts 

Barbour, William B., Trenton, N. J. Tobacco-pipe 

Barceloux, Ernest J. (See St. Louis and Barceloux.) 

Barckdall, Daniel, and W. J. Woodward, assignors of one-third to G. A. Deitch, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. Carbureter _ _ _ 

Barclay, Charles A., Brougham, Canada. Attachment for the cure of balking and kick- 
ing horses _ _ ._ _ 

Barclay, James A., Indianapolis, Ind. Loop for scale-levers 

Barclay, W. A. (See Bessonette, William T., assignor.) 

Barcus, George N., Rensselaer, Ind. Horseshoeing apparatus -- 

Bardet, Alexander, San Francisco, Cal. Preparation of rye or like cereals 

Bardin. Jean, Brussels, Belgium. Apparatus for disinfecting, deodorizing, or fumigating 
Bardshar, Guy E., Sandusky, Ohio. Roller-blotter 

Bardsley, Henry, Providence, R. I. Shuttle-box-operating mechanism for looms 

Bardwell, Arthur F. (See Maxim and Bardwell.) 

Bardwell, Arthur F. , Mount Vernon, N. Y. Multiple-cylinder explosive-engine 

Bardwell, Arthur F., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Power-transmitting mechanism ._ 

Bardwell, Arthur F., assignor to Yale & Towne Manufacturing Company, Stamford. 
Conn. Sand-blast machine __ _ 



683,486 



687,108 

678,533 

667,284 

679,287 
688,820 

678,328 

674,362 
674,374 

674,375 
674,376 



681,842 
671,176 
671,124 
672,693 



Oct 



Nov. 19 



July 16 



Feb. 5 

July 30 
Dec. 17 

July 9 

May 21 
May 21 

May 21 

May 21 

Nov. 19 
Sept. 3 
Apr. 2 
Apr. 2 
Apr. 23 



670,526 Mar. 26 
666,997 Jan. 29 
668,032 I Feb. 12 



Apr. 23 
Jan. 1 
Jan. 22 



672,728 
664,828 
666,455 

670,656 I Mar. 26 

666,456 ! Jan. 22 
680,833 ■ Aug. 20 



672,868 ' Apr. 



687,714 
679,491 
674,663 

681,404 



Dec. 3 
July 30 
May 21 

Aug. 27 



667,285 Feb. 5 

684,666 i Oct. 15 

674,994 , May 28 

686,247 ! Nov. 12 



687,471 

681.031 
684,904 

679,691 

688,577 
682,901 

668,080 

681,430 

677,621) 



671,042 

678,217 

687.472 



670,603 

073,995 
673,491 
669,040 

081,648 



6S0,907 
687,591 

681.867 



Nov. 26 

Aug. 20 
Oct. 22 

July 30 
Dec. 10 
Sept. 17 

Feb. 12 

Aug. 27 
July 2 



Apr. 2 

July 9 
Nov. 26 



Mar. 26 

May 14 
May 7 
Feb. 26 

Aug. 27 



'Aug. 20 
Nov. 26 

Sept. 3 



2661 i 



2295 



211 

3824 
2093 

1884 

1835 
1866 

1871 
1875 

1850 
346 
525 
374 

3408 

2733 

4145 

1568 

3496 
1 

3078 

2982 

3081 
2113 



3751 

16 
4243 
2387 

3171 

212 
2318 
2960 

990 

3390 

2480 
2765 

4607 
1671 
2276 

1649 

3222 
526 



223 



1671 
3392 



2877 

1145 

254 

3536 

3649 



2245 
3618 

392 



586 



44 



433 

425 
i 432 

| 433 

434 
435 

410 
70 

119 
90 

784 

640 



350 



i 

713 

[700 

1701 

713 

461 



862 



3 

(955 

1956 

550 

706 

44 
525 
678 
220 
(743 
I 744 
549 
629 

1034 
393 
514 

(368 

|369 

717 

125 



52 

384 

744 

(673 
1674 

266 
60 

787 
(817 
1818 

(493 
1494 
(795 
1796 



97 



97 



94 



95 
► 95 



95 

97 
96 
95 
95 
95 



94 
94 
94 

95 

94 
94 

1 94 
i 
94 



U5 

97 

1-96 

95 

96 

94 
97 
95 

97 

(•97 



97 



97 



► 94 

96 

96 



95 



96 

97 



-94 

95 
95 
94 

■96 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



23 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Bareuther, Carl, Eger, Austria-Hungary. Printing-machine for yarn or warp-threads . . 

Barger, Lucas, New York, N. T. Fluid-pressure steering-gear 

Barger, Nathaniel^.. St. Joseph, Mo. Straddle-row cultivator _ 

Barger, William M., Webster City, Iowa. Reel-carrier 



Barghausen, Herman, Washington, D. C. Game apparatus 

Bargquist, Carl N., Pelican Lake, Minn. Bundle-carrying attachment for harvesters .. 

Barian, George W., Millington, 111. Horseshoe-calk _ 

Baringer, Sylvester, Beattie, Kans. Cutting apparatus for harvesting-machines 

Barker, Benjamin, and B.J. Spink, Bradford, England. Cutter-bar and expanding cutter 
Barker, Charles R., assignor to Cleveland Wire Spring Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Hook 

or support for bed-spring frames _ 

Barker, George S., Augusta, assignor of one-half to J. R. Gould, Hallowell, Me. Brake) 

system for railway-cars 5 

Barker, Henry C. (See Clark and Barker.) 

Barker, Irving, assignor of one-half to E. W. McCullough, Springfield, 111. Tool-chuck . 

Barker, James, Detroit, Mich. Trial or daily balance sheet 

Barker, James, assignor to C. F. Backus, Detroit, Mich. Loose-leaf ledger 

Barker, John F., Springfield, Mass. Water-supply system 

Barker, John F., Springfield, Mass. Water-supply system. (Reissue) 

Barker, John H., el al. (See Burns, John, assignor.) 

Barker, John H., and J. A. Ewing, Cambridge, England. Electric meter 

Barker, John J. (See Sargeant and Barker.) 

Barker, Robert W., Paterson, N. J. Heddle-machine 

Barker, Ruben F. (See Corry and Barker.) 

Barker, Stephen A., Providence, R. I. Garment-fastener 

Barker, Sumner P., South Bend, Ind. Inkstand 

Barker, William B., Liverpool, England. Steam-generator _._ 

Barkey, John L., Toronto, Canada. Lamp-chimney 

Barkley, James. (See Moore, Otho O, assignor.) 

Barkowsky, Gustav A. W., assignor of one-half to R. E. Wilson, Allegheny, Pa. Self-ig- 
niting body and making same _ 

Barkowsky, Gustav A. W., assignor of one-half to R. E. Wilson, Allegheny, Pa. Gas-ig- 
niting device 

Barlow, Ashbel P., St. Joseph, Mich. Surgical appliance _ 

Barlow, John H., and J. A. Derby, assignors to Ideal Mfg. Co., New Haven, Conn. Ma- 
chine for capping or decapping cartridges 

Barlow, Joseph E., Maybeury, W. Va. Car-door fastener ... 

Barlow, Thomas L., Boston, Mass. Machine for cleaning tires and rims of wheels 

Barnaby, William H., Basco, 111. Disk-sharpener _ 

Barnard, Henry R., New York, N. Y. Guard for utensils 

Barnard, John W., Eaton, Tenn. Farm-harrow 

Barnay, John M.. New Haven, Conn. Drawing-pen 

Barnekov. Charles W., Perth Amboy, N.J. , assignor of one-half toF. E. Wood, New York, 
N. Y. Camera 

Barnell. David O., Omaha, Nebr., assignor to Cosmos Manufacturing Company, Brook-( 
line, Mass. Panorama-camera J 

Barner, Robert. (See Maher, Michael M., assignor.) 

Barnes, Albert L. (See Seitz, Henry J., assignor.) 

Barnes, Alexander T., Henderson, N. C. Grave-digger's dump-cart 

Barnes, Benjamin F., assignor to B. F. Barnes Company, Rockford, 111. Grinding-wheel 
>rt 



support 



Norristown, Pa. Making decolorizing charcoal and filtering com- 



Barnes, Joshua B.. 
Barnes, Joshua B.. 
Barnes, Lewis E. 
Barnes, Robert H. 



Barnes, Charles C. 

pounds 

Barnes, Charles O., assignor of two-thirds to J. B. Eccleston and H. M. Angle, Buffalo, 

N. Y. Back-pedaling brake _. 

Barnes, Edmund, Gillespie, 111. Chimney-top _ 

Barnes, Erastus H. (See Angus, Job W., assignor.) 

Barnes. Francis S.. et al. (See Tripp, Bradford H., assignor.) 

Barnes, Frank, Wilkinsburg, Pa. Folding piano-box. 

Barnes, George N. (See Miller and Barnes.) 

Barnes. James W., Beaverton. Oreg. Animal-trap .. 

Barnes, John E. L. (See Sloan and Barnes.) 

Barnes, John H., et al. (See Applehans, Charles, assignor.) 

Barnes, John H., et al. (See Thresher, Seneca H., assignor.) 

Barnes, John R., assignor of one-half to W. C. Lamb, Center, N. C. Barrel-swing. 

Barnes, Joseph N., assignor to O. Reuter, Denver, Colo. Screw-driver 

, Springfield, 111. Flexible stay-bolt _ 

, Springfield, 111. Wrench. __ 

(See Wolger, Barnes, and Foss.) 
(See Thompson and Barnes.) 

Barnes, Willard F., Klamathon, Cal. Crosscut gang-saw 

Barnes. Willard J.. Mechanicsville, N. Y. Speed-regulator 

Barnes, William I). ( See Tompkins and Barnes.) 

Barnes, William M., Philadelphia, Pa. Ironing-machine __. 

Barnes, William M., Philadelphia, Pa. Shirt-hanger for driers __. 

Barnes, William M., Philadelphia, Pa. Clothes-drier. ___ 

Barnes, 

Barnes, 

Barnes. 
Barnes, 
Barnet, 
Barnett 
Barnett 
Barnett 
Barnett 
Barnett. 
Barnett. 
Barnett 



William M., Philadelphia, Pa. Clothes-drier 

William M., Philadelphia, Pa. Clothes-drying machine. 



682,780 

683,427 

r.sii.r.iB 
681,182 

675,920 

677,621 
687,492 
689,533 
687,512 

676,652 
673,107 

684,903 
681,431 
681,432 
669,719 
11,915 



Sept. 17 

Oct. 1 
Nov. 12 
Aug. 27 

June 11 

July 2 

Nov. 26 
Dec. 24 
Nov. 26 

June 18 
Apr. 30 

Oct. 22 
Aug. 27 
Aug. 27 
Mar. 12 
June 25 



678,929 July 23 



g-;.'.42 



684,775 
668,475 
676,112. 



Dec. 3 



Oct. 22 
Feb. 19 
June 11 



590 July 30 



668,367 

668,368 
6S5,088 



681.607 
678,992 
689,777 
6S'.I.?78 
675,536 
676,711 

679,271 
687,592 



677,921 

665,380 

686,248 

672,610 
684,170 

688,578 
670,757 



686.799 
685,197 

672,852 
680,560 



683,015 
671,465 

679,718 
681,674 

684,776 

684,777 



William M., Philadelphia. Pa. Clothes-drying machine 

William T.. et al. (See Crabb, James N., assignor.) 

Thomas. Sydney, New South Wales. Time-indicator for telephones 

, Charles M. (See Clark, Cornelius S., assignor.) 

Florence A., Toms River, N. J. Thread-guide for sewing-machines G72 

671, 



, George W., Kahoka, Mo. Display-rack 

, George W., Keokuk, Iowa. Display-cabinet 

, John, Los Angeles, Cal. Propeller... 685,089 

Morrison J. (See Bowen, Barnett, and Newnham.) 

Thomas, San Francisco, Cal. Starting-gate __ ! 670. 



Feb. 19 

Feb. 19 
Oct. 22 

Dec. 24 

Aug. 27 
July 23 
Dec. 24 
Dec. 24 
June 4 
June 18 

July 23 

Nov. 26 



July 9 
Jan. 1 

Nov. 12 

Apr. 23 
Oct. 8 

Dec. 10 
Mar. 26 



Nov. 19 
Oct. 22 
Apr. 23 
Aug. 13 



Sept. 24 
Apr. 9 

Aug. 
Sept. 3 

Oct. 22 

Oct. 22 

Oct. 22 

Oct. 22 

July 2 

Apr. 16 
Apr. 9 

Nov. 12 
Oct. 22 

Mar. 26 



2047 

5 

1464 
2763 

1055 
527 
8426 

13439 
3467 

2480 
4221 

2763 
3225 
3226 
1199 
3815 

3077 



252 1 

239i; 

1420 
4431 



2198 

2199 
3113 

3743 
3561 J 
3205 
3910 
3911 
3:.'S 
2596 

3768 
3622 



1123 

1020 

992 

3239 
1393 

1672 
3149 



2071 

:;:;n; 
3720 
1.543 



21S1I 
1102 



2525 
2527 
2528 
2531 



2GG2 
1311 
1225 
3114 

2S29 



162 

463 

164 

2 

323 

614 

I 232 

I 233 

126 

752 

806 

760 

553 

i960 
|967 

628 
718 
718 



[ 97 

575 
537 

320 



492 

492 
714 

879 
791 
718 
913 
913 
71,72 
582 

841 
(796 
1797 



259 
237 



751 
311 



740 



458 
761 
856 
339 



565 
255 

1 

2 

(575 

|576 

576 

(576 

)577 

577 

1 

616 
303 
271 
715 

661 



4 
1284 
1657 

2087 

112 
1724 
2603 
1732 



937 

609 
1747 
1747 
2054 
2673 

678 



1920 



569 
1508 
2162 

975 



1468 
1469 



2604 
1813 
702 
2699 
2700 
1926 
2416 

817 
1765 



253 

203 

1181 

709 
301 

2207 

2484 



1432 
722 
811 

1308 



2417 
248 

1043 
1865 

569 

560 
560 
561 



571 
290 
1231 



2419 



24 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Barnett, William O., Americus, Ga. Horse-collar 

Barney, Everett H., Springfield, Mass. Saluting-gun __ 

Barney, Nathan, New York, N. Y. Cover for cases, &c ._ __ 

Barney & Smith Car Company. (See Estabrook, Harry M., assignor.) 

Bamgrover, Harvey M., Los Gatos, Cal. Fruit-pricking machine _ 

Barnhart, Aaron E., assignor to O. Z. Barnhart, Millerstown, Pa. Rivet-catcher 

Barnhart, Benjamin F., et al. (See Hood, Hiram Q., assignor.) 
Barnhart Brothers & Spindler. (See Halvorson, Severin, assignor.) 
Barnhart Brothers & Spindler. (See Nuernberger, Philip G., assignor.) 
Barnhart, Franklin. (See Bowring and Barnhart.) 
Barnhart, George W., et al. (See Hood, Hiram Q.. assignor.) 
Barnhart, Harry J. (See King and Barnhart.) 
Barnhart, Oscar Z. (See Barnhart, Aaron E., assignor.) 

Barns, James M., New Brighton, Pa. Centering device for lining up engines 

Barnum, Christine M., Haworth, N. J. Attachment for corsets _ 

Barnwell Machine Company. (See Markus, Harris, assignor.) 

Baron, Albert L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Filter 

Baron, Alfred L., and J. F. Haffey, Tiffin, Ohio; said Haffey assignor to said Baron. Top 

for receptacles ... 

Baron, Bernhard. (See Pollard, Edward T., assignor.) 

Baron, Bernhard, London, England. Soda-water fountain ... _ 

Baron, Herman C, assignor of one-half to S. D. Wohlfeil, New York, N. Y. Hat-sweat- 

band-stamping press 

Baron, Jules. (See Cory, Randolph P., assignor.) 

Baron, Max D., New York, N. Y. Trolley-switch 

Barr, Addison, assignor of two-thirds to L. Smith and E. Moore, Martins Ferry, Ohio. 

Rail-joint ___ ._ 

Barr, Andrew J., and J. W. Weil, Mansfield, Ohio. Clasp for holding ties 

Barr, Henry G., Worcester, Mass. Upright drilling-machine . 

Barr, J. Rogers. (See Saxton, Thomas G., assignor.) 

Barr, Jacob N., Milwaukee, Wis. Brake-beam __ 

Barr, James A., assignor of one-half to G. W. Eiser, Nebraska City, Nebr. Window 

Barr, James C. and V. E., Amanda, Ohio. Sash-cord fastener 

Barr, John H., Kansas City, Kans. Amalgamator _ 

Barr, Mark, Broadheath, assignor to Linotype Company, Limited, London, England. 

Producing engraving-machine patterns . 

Barr, Mark, Broadheath, assignor to Linotype Company, Limited, London, England. 

Universal joint.. _ 

Barr, Mark, Broadheath, assignor to Linotype Company, Limited, London, England. 

Line-engraving _ _ __. 

Barr, Mark, Broadheath, assignorto Linotype Company, Limited, London, England.? 

Three-dimension pantograph engraving-machine _._ _5 

Barr, Mark, Broadheath, assignor to Linotype Company, Limited, London, England. 

Three-dimension pantograph engraving-machine - 

Barr, Mark, Broadheath, assignor to Linotype Company, Limited, London, England. 

Magnetic holding-table for metal-working machines 

Barr, Thomas. (See Ingersoll, Charles M., assignor.) 
Barr, Virgil E. (See Barr, James C. and V. E.) 

Barr, William A., Washington, D. C. Mail-box 

Barr, William H., Bury, England. Filtering steam __ .. 

Barraclough, Albert, Heckmondwike, England, assignor of five-eighths to H. Hardwick, 

Philadelphia, Pa. Tin-lined lead pipe _ 

Barreiras, Enrique S., Kirkwood, Mo. Car-door 

Barrett, Charles, Somerville, Mass. Dumping-car 

Barrett, Charles R., and E. C. Phillips, Chicago, 111. Bowling-alley pin .. 

Barrett, Charles R., and E. C. Phillips, Chicago, 111. Locking-socket for incandescent 

electric lamps - - 

Barrett, Charles R., and E. C. Phillips, Chicago, 111. Implement for extracting bungs, 

&c 



Barrett, Glenn J. (See Fox and Barrett.) 

Barrett, James P., et al. (See Barrett, Thomas F., assignor.) 

Barrett, John A., Summit, N. J., assignor to American Telephone and Telegraph Com- 
pany, of New York. Privacy-device apparatus for polystation telephone-lines .. 

Barrett, John A., Summit, N. J., assignor to American Telephone and Telegraph Com-) 
pany, of New York. Selective signaling apparatus __ 5 

Barrett, Thomas F., assignor of two-thirds to J. P. Barrett and F. C. Jones, Chicago, 111. 
Electric-arc lamp _ 

Barrett, Thomas H., et al. (See McGuire, John F., assignor.) 

Barrett, William F., assignor to Empire Engine and Motor Company, Orangeburg, N. Y. 
Hoist 



Barrett, William W.. Centralia, Mo. Balance sheet or book for banks. 

Barri, Martin, Lowell, Mass., assignor to Lamson Consolidated Store Service Company, 

Newark, N. J. Pneumatic-despatch-tube apparatus \ 

Barri, Martin, Lowell, Mass., assignor to Lamson Consolidated Store Service Company,; 

Newark, N. J. Pneumatic-despatch apparatus ; 

Barrick, Jacob L., Wellington, Ohio. Truck 

Barricks, Louis H., assignor of one-half to J. G. Tunnicliffe, San Francisco, Cal. Elec- 
tric amalgamator 

Barrie, John D., Los Angeles, Cal. T-square. 

Barrington, William A., Louisville, Ky. Distillation coffee-pot 

Barron, John C, Ellisville, Miss. Standard for logging-cars 

Barron, Walter J., Brooklyn, assignor to Densmore Typewriter Company, Syracuse,! 

N. Y. Type-writing machine \ 

Barron, Walter J., Brooklyn, assignor to Densmore Typewriter Company, Syracuse, 

N. Y. Type- writing machine. 

Barron, Walter J., Brooklyn, assignor to Densmore Typewriter Company, Syracuse, 

N. Y. Type- writing machine 

Barron, Walter J., Brooklyn, assignor to Densmore Typewriter Company, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Type- writ ing machine • 

Barron, Walter J., Brooklyn, assignor to Densmore Typewriter Co., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Type-writing machine - 

Barron, Walter J., Brooklyn, assignor to Densmore Typewriter Company, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Type-writing machine 

Barron, Walter J., Brooklyn, assignor to Densmore Typewriter Company, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Type-writing machine ,. 



689,373 
684,637 

677,633 

674,131 
665,733 



679,591 
679,547 

681,433 

677,850 

677,751 



668,151 

673,811 
680,109 
665,381 

685,035 
683,588 
681,385 
679,355 

669,973 

669,974 

684,971 
684,973 

684,973 
687,931 

673,153 
666,044 

666,241 
686,963 
670,171 
679,205 

679,306 

680,517 



666.457 
668,967 

668,345 

676,931 
668,900 

681,013 

681,014 
680,561 

669,058 
685,369 

680,958 
677,556 

668,570 

668,571 

668,572 

677,623 

677,933 

686,435 
687,000 



Dec. 17 
Oct. 15 
July 3 

May 14 
Jan. 8 



July 30 
July 30 

Aug. 37 

July 9 

July 2 

Oct. 8 

Feb. 19 

May 7 
Aug. 6 
Jan. 1 

Oct. 32 
Oct. 1 
Aug. 27 
July 30 

Mar. 19 

Mar. 19 

Oct. 22 
Oct. 22 

Oct. 22 
Dec. 3 



Apr. 30 
Jan. 15 

Jan. 15 
Nov. 19 
Mar. 19 
July 23 

July 33 

Aug. 13 



Jan. 22 
Feb. 26 

Feb. 19 

June 25 
Feb. 26 

Aug. 20 

Aug. 20 
Aug. 13 

Feb. 26 
Oct. 29 
Aug. 20 
July 2 

Feb. 19 

Feb. 19 

Feb. 19 

July 2 

July 9 

Nov. 13 
Nov. 19 



2944 
2353 
529 

1396 

1709 



4432 
4350 

3227 

966 

759 

868 

il780 

827 
718 
1022 

2981 

286 

3148 

3957 

1690 

1691 



4322 
3295 

2643 
2422 
2087 
3648 

3649 

1476 



3082 
3394 



2167 



3030 
3264 

2444 

2448 
1544 

3571 
3615 
3340 
409 

3538 



2555 

3563 

531 

1124 

1334 

2477 



685 
510 
126 

323 

394 



996 
977 



718 
227 



181 
182 



192 
400 



195 
159 



64 

701 



397 
397 



662 
662 



105 



530 

611 
532 
488 
813 

814 

325 



714 
757 
758 

484 



675 
726 
540 
541 
541 
543 



795 
831 
514 
98 
573 
574 

575 

575 

127 

359 

396 
544 
545 



97 

97 



94 



96 



97 

94 

95 
96 
94 

97 
97 
96 
96 



94 
97 



97 
97 



95 
94 

94 

97 
94 



96 



94 

-94 



94 



95 



1 96 

' 96 

94 
97 



-94 

94 
94 
96 



97 

-Q7 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



25 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Barrow, Benjamin D., assignor to J. E. Schoolfield, Danville, Va. Mechanism for con-; 

trolling cutting-tools of lathes, &c [ 

Barrow, Thomas, assignor to Chisholm and Moore Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, 

Ohio. Pneumatic tool 

Barrow, Thomas, assignor to Chisholm & Moore Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, 

Ohio. Stuffing-box _ 

Barrow, Thomas, assignor to Chisholm and Moore Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, 

Ohio. "Valve and operating means _ 

Barrow, Thomas, assignor to Chisholm and Moore Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, 

Ohio. Piston.._ 

Barrows, Clara A., Bethel, Vt. Clasp 

Barrows, Walter A., Chicago, 111. Tire 

Barrows, Walter A., Chicago, 111. Tire _. 

Barry, Charles E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of New 

York. System of motor control ._ _ 

Barry, David H., Newport, R. I. Bicycle support or rest 

Barry, Henry, assignor of one-half to' G. Eberhard, San Francisco, Cal. Lock 

Barry, Henry R., Boston, Mass. Garment-supporter 

Barry, James B., Walnut Springs, Tex. Bird-trap 

Barry, James H. London, England. Joint for detachable bicycle-frames 

Barry, Lawrence H, Caldwell, Ohio. Fence- post _ 

Barry, Thomas D., Brockton, Mass. Follower-last 

Barry, William, assignor to Illinois Malleable Iron Company, Chicago, 111. Cistern 

Barry, William F., Woonsocket, assignor of one-third to G. W. Bunnell, Jr., Providence, 

R. I. Insufflator _ _ 

Barsalou, Henry, Momence, 111. Combined elevator and dump for wagon-beds__ 

Bartel, Otto, La Salle, 111. Alarm-clock... , 

Bartelt, Friedrich L., Brislington, England. Washing and bleaching compound 

Barthelmess, Emil, Neuss, Germany. Packing-machine ^ 

Bartholf, Charles S., Chicago, 111. Acetylene-gas generator 

Bartholomees, Charles F. (See Wood, Benjamin, assignor.) 

Bartholomew, Cassius M., Nelsonville, Ohio. Toy bird- 

Bartholomew, Charles E., assignor to J. F. Stevenson, Hamilton, Canada. Telephone- 
desk _ 

Bartholomew Company. (See Stutsman, Reuben O., assignor.) 

Bartholomew, Frank E., Kalkaska, Mich. Attachment for log-sawing machines 

Bartholomew, George E., assignor of one-half to A. A. Engle, Buffalo, N. Y. Velocipede- 
bearing _ 

Bartholomew, George E.. assignor of one-half to A. A. Engle, Buffalo, N. Y. Roller-bear- 
ing 

Bartholomew, George E., assignor of one-half to A. A. Engle, Buffalo, N. Y. Roller-bear- 
ing - - 

Bartholomew, Grove S., deceased, Los Angeles, Cal.; E. A. Beck, administrator. Hy- 
draulic amalgamating-machine for extracting gold from sand in place 

Bartholomew, Grove S , deceased, Los Angeles, Cal.; E. A. Beck, administrator. Hy- 
draulic machine for extracting gold from sand in place.- 

Bartholomew, Grove S., deceased, Los Angeles, Cal.; E. A. Beck, administrator. Wire 
fence 

Bartholomew, John B., Peoria, 111. Thresher-belt guide 

Bartholomew, John B., assignor to Avery Manufacturing Company, Peoria, 111. Trac- 
tion-engine 

Bartholomew, Seth, Sturgis, Mich. Piano-truck 

Bartholomew, Seth, Sturgis, Mich. Thill-coupling 

Bartlau, Rudolph A., assignor to W. Scott, Plainfield, N. J. Sheet-delivery apparatus.. 

Bartle, Newton D. (See Sharpe, John E., assignor.) 

Bartlett, Edwin D., South Tottenham, England. Magazine film-holder,- 

Bartlett, Edwin E., Hydepark, Mass. Arbor-press 

Bartlett, Eugene E., Valleyfteld, Canada, assignor to Draper Company, Portland, Me., 
and Hopedale, Mass. Warp-rest for looms .-. 

Bartlett, George E., et al. (See Jackson, James E., assignor.) 

Bartlett, Granville, Lexington, Ky. Adjustable saw-clamp 

Bartlett, Isaac, Lancaster, N. H. Car-coupling. 

Bartlett, Perry, Spokane, Wash. Axle-lubricator _ 

Bartlett, Wallace A., trustee. (See Thompson, Evart M., assignor.) 

Bartlett, William F., and E. C. Kent, Philadelphia, Pa.; said Kent assignor to said Bart- 
lett. Rolling-mill for making pipes _ 

Bartliff, Charles A., St. Louis, Mo. Pipe-joint 

Barto, Lucien, Pittsburg, Pa. Cycle merry-go-round- _-. 

Barton, Chester M., Hatfield, Mass. Hypodermic syringe 

Barton Delbert E., Minneapolis, Minn. Cultivator __ 

Barton, Delbert E., Minneapolis, Minn. Cultivator _.. 

Barton, Delbert E., Minneapolis, Minn. Wheel box and axle 

Barton, Delbert E., Minneapolis, Minn. Sulky-plow 

Barton, Egbert G. (See Martelli and Barton.) 

Barton, George F., Elmira, N. Y. Hub-brake _ __ 

Barton, Harvey J., Philadelphia, Pa. Sharpening device for lawn-mowers 

Barton, Royal M., assignor to L. L. Hoff, Los Angeles, Cal. Animal-trap 

Barton, Silas H. (See Young and Barton.) 

Barton, Thomas, and T. B. McGhie, London, England. Removing zinc from lead 

Bartosik, Joseph, Pittsburg, Pa. Machinery for manufacturing bolts 

Barwis, Thomas S., assignor of one-half to R. B. Skinner, Vancouver, Canada. Wind- 
mill ..__ 

Bary, Charles P., Paris, France. Electric furnace. ._ 

Barz, Paul H, Chicago, 111. Rubbing or polishing machine 

Basch, fiavid, New York, N. Y. Hose-supporter '. 

Basehore, Horace E. (See Kraft and Basehore.) 

Baseler, John D., Richmond, Va., assignor to A. W. Stephens, Cambridgeport, Mass. 
Stopper-extractor _ 

Bashline, William B. M., Warren, Pa. Valve 



No. 



689,845 

672,306 

673,572 

673,573 

690,091 
672,815 

r,ii.-,,?::;( 
665,822 

671,259 
689,451 
687,175 
689,274 

686,800 

675,765 
674,231 
668,477 
673,466 

683,589 
679,207 
668,968 
674,593 

686,195 

667,178 

682,519 

671,577 

685,812 

675,617 

675,618 

677,494 

669,911 

675,123 

676,023 
677,333 

677,332 
682,662 
687,190 

671,508 

688,579 
689,154 

671,534 

673,311 
676,712 
668,081 



607,286 
673,971 
665.393 
687,367 

668,124 

670,093 

680,110 

687,191 

675,261 
673,355 
665.S47 

689,275 
686,700 

667,965 

685,965 
673,092 
674.895 



673,153 
690,092 



Date. 



Dec. 31 
Apr. 16 
May 7 
May 7 

Dec. 31 
Apr. 23 
Jan. 8 
Jan. 8 

Apr. 2 
Dec. 24 
Nov. 19 
Dec. 17 

Nov. 19 

June 4 

May 14 
Feb. 19 
May 7 

Oct. 1 
July 23 
Feb. 26 
May 21 

Nov. 5 

Feb. 5 

Sept. 10 

Apr. 9 

Nov. 5 

June 4 

June 4 

July 2 

Mar. 12 

May 28 

June 11 
July 2 

July 2 
Sept. 17 
Nov. 26 

Apr. 9 

Dec. 10 
Dec. 17 

Apr. 9 

Apr. 30 
June 18 
Feb. 12 



Feb. 5 
May 14 
Jan. 8 
Nov. 26 

Feb. 12 

Mar. 19 

Aug. 6 

Nov. 26 

May 28 
Apr. 30 
Jan. 8 

Dec. 17 
Nov. 19 

Feb. 12 
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287 
3650 
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2258 

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1551 

1312 

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26 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical lint of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Bashore, David, Walla Walla, Wash. Gate _ 

Baskerville, Charles A. (See Baskerville, Herbert, assignor.) 

Baskerville, Herbert, St. Helena, assignor of one-half to C. A. Baskerville, Los Angeles, 

Cal. Shipping wrapper 

Basle Chemical Works. (See Bischler, Augustus, assignor.) 

Basle Chemical Works. (See Schmoll, Emil, assignor.) 

Bass, George, and O. Bergstrom, New York, N. Y. Press for molding and compressingi 

various articles 

Bassett, Charles F., Chicago, 111., assignor to C. Fairchild, New York, N. Y. Mechanical 

cashier 

Bassett, Fred H., Waterbury, Conn. Curtain-fixture 

Bassett Jewelry Co. (See Nevins, David D., assignor.) 

Bassett, Lottie, Cedarville, Cal. Hair-fastener ._ 

Bassett, Miles, Kokomo, Ind. Clothes-drier _ 

Bassett, Nathan, assignor to Globe Telephone Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, 

Pa. Telephone-switch ... 

Bassett, Norman C, Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Electric Company, of New York. 

Dy nam o-electric machine . . . _ 

Bassett, Norman C, Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Electric Company, of New York. 

Dynamo-electric machine or electric motor _.. 

Bassett, Norman C, Boston, Mass., assignor to General Electric Company, of New York. 

Electric switch . ._ 

Bassett, Norman C, Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Electric Company, of New York. 

Worm-gearing. _ 

Bassford, William K., Jr., Boundbrook, N. J. Electric-circuit controller 

Bassford, William K., Jr., Boundbrook, N. J. Lock for electric controllers 

Bastable, George C, Bethesda, Ohio. Thill-coupling 

Bastian, Charles L., Chicago, 111. Pressure-regulating valve 

Bastian, Charles L., Chicago, 111. Carbonator . .. 

Bastian, Charles L., Chicago, 111. Carbonating apparatus ,_ 

Bastian, Charles L., Chicago, 111. Carbonating apparatus 

Bastiansen, Boy F., Apenrade, Germany. Steam-overheating apparatus 

Baswitz, Charles, Berlin, Germany. Life-saving appliance _ 

Bataille, Achille F., assignor to Achille Bataille and Company, New York, N. Y. Metal 

gate - 

Batchelder, Asa F., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of New 

York. Brush-holder _ _ 

Batchelder, D. J. (See Lawson, James W., assignor.) 

Batchelder, James H., Tama, Iowa. Cell-case machine ._» 

Batcheller, Birney C, Philadelphia, Pa. Pipe-coupling _ 

Batchelor, George T., et at. (See Hancock, Henry J., assignor.) 

Batchelor, Watson, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for unloading cars 

Bateman, Frank, assignor to Bateman Manufacturing Company, Grenloch, N. J. Wheel-! 

cultivator _ ' 

Bateman, Frank, assignor to Bateman Manufacturing Company, Grenloch, N. J. Wheel- 

cu ltivator _ 

Bateman, Harry W. (See Leightham, Joseph, assignor.) 
Bateman, Loftus H. (See Bateman, Richard W. and L. H.) 
Bateman Manufacturing Company. (See Bateman, Frank, assignor.) 

Bateman, Richard W. and L. H., Halifax, England. Machine-tool _ . 

Bates, Adelmer M. (See Woodward, Irving C., assignor.) 

Bates, Adelmer M., Chicago, 111. Bag or sack ... 

Bates, Adelmer M., Chicago, 111. Bag or sack 

Bates, Adelmer M., Chicago, 111. Valve-bag 

Bates, Adelmer M., Chicago, 111. Valve-bag 

Bates, Adelmer M. , Chicago, 111. Filling val ved bags with gran ular or powdery substances 

Bates, Albert H., Cleveland, Ohio. Indicating mechanism for elevators 

Bates, Andrew J. (See Carrington, Maxwell, assignor.) 

Bates, Edward T., assignor of two-thirds to M. Lindsay, Washington, D. C. Tile for 
floors, walls, &c - 

Bates, Edwin G., assignor to Bates Machine Company, New York, N. Y. Automatic 
numbering-machine 

Bates, Edwin G., assignor to Bates Machine Company, New York, N. Y. Numbering 
and dating machine _ . . . - ! 

Bates, Edwin G., assignor to Bates Machine Company, New York, N. Y. Automatic 
numbering-machine 

Bates, Eugene J., Bakersfield. Cal. Well-casing perforator. __ 

Bates, Francis A., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Morse, Williams & Company, of Penn- 
sylvania. Hydraulic elevator . _ 

Bates, Francis C, assignor of one-half to W. G. Hawley, San Jose, Cal. Rural signal 
device 

Bates, Francis G. (See Bates, Frank H., assignor.) 

Bates, Francis G., Philadelphia, Pa. Rotary engine 

Bates, Frank H., assignor to F. G. Bates, Philadelphia, Pa. Cut-off valve.-- 

Bates, Frank L., San Francisco, Cal. Furnace fire-door and attachment 

Bates, Franklin P., Indianapolis, Ind. Wrench _. 

Bates, George M., and O. N. Terry, Chicago, 111. Tool for holding air-brake pistons and 
cylinder-heads 

Bates Hawley Postal Box Signal Company. (See Hawley, William G., assignor.) 

Bates, Herbert L., Hadley, Mass. Staging-bracket 

Bates Machine Company. (See Bates, Edwin G., assignor.) 

Bates, Madison F., Lansing, Mich. Electrical igniter for explosive-engines 

Bates, Madison F., Lansing, Mich. Gas-engine 

Bates, Robert, Grand Rapids, Wis. Tire-upsetting machine 

Bates, William H., Jackson, Mich. Cushion-spring and support-wire'. 

Bates, William H., Dixie, Wash. Automatic brake mechanism for railway-cars 

Bates, William H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Jackson Cushion Spring Com- 
pany, Jackson, Mich. Cushion-spring and support 



No. 



682,593 
668,705 

665,163 

678,218 
682,781 

672,816 
680,309 

665,848 

669,299 
669,613 
677,923 
679,356 
689,452 

689,453 

667,179 
669,194 
676,406 

676,407 

676,408 
689,276 
686,883 

673,192 



007,287 
666,175 

678,634 
667,611 

689,155 



674.952 

683,894 
683,895 
083.N9G 
683,897 

684,036 
686,919 



675,344 

676,082 
676,083 

076,084 
667,180 

667,418 

670,833 

669,360 
670,758 
680,369 
684,037 

683,546 

660,916 

672,411 
689,351 
671,710 
680,215 
688,821 

6S3,428 



Date. 



Sept. 10 
Feb. 26 

Jan. 1 

July 9 
Sept. 17 

Apr. 23 
Aug. 13 

Jan. 8 

Mar. 5 
Mar. 12 
July 9 
July 30 
Dec. 24 

Dec. 24 

Feb. 5 
Mar. 5 
June 18 

June 18 

June 18 
Dec. 17 
Nov. 19 

Apr. 30 

June 11 

Feb. 5 
Jan. 15 

July 16 
Feb. 5 

Dec. 17 



May 28 

Oct. 8 

Oct. 8 

Oct. 8 

Oct. 8 

Oct. 8 

Nov. 19 



May 28 

June 11 
June 11 

June 11 
Feb. 5 

Feb. 5 

Mar. 26 

Mar. 5 
Mar. 26 
Aug. 13 
Oct. 8 

Oct. 1 

Jan. 29 

Apr. 16 
Dec. 17 
Apr. 9 
Aug. 13 
Dec. 17 

Oct. 1 



Monthly 
volume. 



1688 
2832 

652 

1673 
2050 

3640 
1083 

1942 

423 

1001 
1130 
3959 
3270 

3274 

10 

239 

2021 

2023 

2026 

2948 
2228 

4381 

1819 

217 
2511 

2528 
822 

2735 



2878 

870 
871 
872 
873 

1136 
2322 



3584 

1357 
1363 

1367 

11 



3277 

530 
3150 
1199 
1139 

218 

3999 

2867 
3075 
1577 
921 

2094 



385 
633 



(145 
j 146 



385 
464 



240 
j 449 

/450 



237 
260 



^767 

.(768 

(768 

J 769 

1770 

[771 

3 

52 

449 

(449 

1450 

450 

686 

493 

1010 

405 

46 



504 
i 174 

1175 

634 



662 

192 
193 
193 
193 

1252 
1253 
1511 

1512 



818 

305 

I 305 
"/ 300 
1306 
"1307 
3 

99 

772 

122 
741 
265 
253 

50 

923 

665 
717 
365 
206 
490 



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27 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Bateson, Robert, Fall River, Mass. Weft-fork _ 

Bath, Abraham, assignor to Safety Three Wheel Vehicle Company, New York, N. Y. 
Sparking igniter for explosive-engines __ 



Apparatus for 



Bath, John, Worcester, Mass. Tool or cutter holder for grinding-machines. 

Bath, John, Waltham, Mass. Tool or cutter grinding machine 

Bathrick. Lewis E. (See Clyne, Robert G., assignor.) 

Bathurst, Frederick, Southfield. England. House-wiring 

Batifv Andreas, Foca, Austria-Hungary. Mattress 

Battenfeld. John N., assignor of one-half to H. J. Uhl, Cleveland, Ohio, 
making re-pressed bricks 

Battenfield. Joseph H., Dardanelle, Ark. Top-prop for buggies ._. 

Battersby, Thomas. (See Nau and Battersby.) 

Bauchle/Thomas H, C. A. and A. E. Smylie. New York, assignors to Young & Smylie, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Machine for pressing and rolling sticks of licorice 

Bauder. David B., Abrams, Wis. Door-securer 

Baudoin, Louis M., and P. E. Schribaux, Paris, Fiance. Apparatus for distilling and con-l 
centrating liquids .. __ _ ( 

Bauer, Charles G., assignor to American Stopper Company, New York, N. Y. Machine^ 
for charging wax and corks into vessel-caps ) 

Bauer, Edward, Albany, N. Y. Toy for playing at target-marbles 

Bauer, Heinrich, Frankenthal Pfalz, Germany. Bung and means for drawing same 

Bauer, Heinrich, assignor to Sohmer & Company, New York, N. Y. Music-chart--- 

Bauer, Joseph P., Dayton, Ohio. Boiler-brace 

Bauer, Julius, et al. (See Bowers, John, assignor.) 

Bauer, Moriz, Vienna, Austria-Hungary. Vaginal irrigator __. 

Bauer, Moriz, Vienna, Austria-Hungary. Bandage or plaster 

Baugh, John F., Braxton, Miss. Churn 

Baughman, Alvin, Griswold, assignorof one-fourth to G. P. Baughman, Whatcheer, Iowa. 
Mechanical movement 

Baughman, Charles O. (See Vent, Frederick G., assignor.) 

Baughman, George P. (See Baughman, Alvin, assignor.) 

Baughman, George P., Whatcheer, Iowa. Combined scoop and sifter.. _ 

Baughman, Jacob S., Burlington, Iowa. Adjustable chart.. 

Baulieu, William J., assignor of one-half to J. D. Carpenter, Bridgeport, Conn. Acety- 
lene-gas generator 

Baulieu, William J., assignor of one-half to J. D. Carpenter, Bridgeport, Conn. Acety-? 
lene-gas machine. J 

Baulieu, William J., assignor of one-half to J. D. Carpenter, Bridgeport, Conn. Acety- 
lene-gas generator 

Baulieu, William J., assignorof one-half to J. D. Carpenter, Bridgeport, Conn. Acety- 
lene-gas generator 

Baum, Clarence M. , deceased ; H. C. Baum, administrator, Reading, Pa. Vertical steam- 
separator 

Baum, Howard C, administrator. (See Baum, Clarence M.) 

Bauman, Meyer. (See Bader, Edward, assignor.) 

Baumann. Robert. (See Wurmb and Baumann.) 

Baumbach, William v., Milwaukee, Wis. Setting for tile 

Baumer, Louis. Johnstown, Pa. Lock for step-ladder chairs 

Baumgart, V. G., et al. (See Cathriner, Joseph, assignor.) 

Baumgarten, Albert, Freeport, 111. Lemon-squeezer 

Baumgarten, Albert, Freeport, 111. Mechanism for corking bottles or like receptacles .. 

Cork-extractor 

Cork-extractor _ 

Device for applying caps to bottles... 

Lemon-squeezer 

Baumgarten and Company. (See Kaufman, Aaron, assignor.) 

Baumgarten, George N., Pittsburg, Pa. Easel-support for paper pads 

Baumgarten, Josef, New York, N. Y. Necktie-fastener 

Baumhoer, John, Koeltztown, Mo. Lubricator 

Baur. Wilhelm. (See Oxnard and Baur.) 

Baush Machine Tool Company. (See Baush, William H., assignor.) 

Baush, William H., assignor to Baush Machine Tool Company, Springfield, Mass 
ing device - 

Bawo & Dotter. (See Jacques, Charles A., assignor.) 

Baxley, Andrew J., Dallas, Tex. Baking-oven _ 

Baxter, David. (See Baxter, James and D.) 

Baxter, Edmund G., Matanzas, Cuba. Nut-plate lock _. 

Baxter, James and D., Chicago, 111. Filling-machine _ 

Baxter, John, Newcastle, Pa., C. Hillman, Middletown, Ind., and O. Clarke, Newcastle, 
Pa. Apparatus for handling sheet-metal plates during the process of coating with 
molten metal 



Baumgarten, Albert, Freeport. Ill 
Baumgarten, Albert, Freeport, 111 
Baumgarten, Albert, Freeport, 111. 
Baumgarten, Albert, Freeport. LI 



677,924 

672,875 
665,303 

683,194 

680,834 
666,458 

678,635 
665,593 



683,721 
671,260 

669,435 



July 9 

Apr. 23 
Jan. 1 

Sept. 24 

Aug. 20 
Jan. 22 

July 16 
Jan. 8 



Oct. 1 
Apr. 2 

Mar. 5 



666,917 Jan. 29 



Feed- 



Baxter. Lonnie A., Greenfield, Ohio. Churn. __ 

Baxter, William H., Harrowgate, England. Apparatus for inparting motion 

Bay City Iron Co. (See Oakes, Elbridge W , assignor.) 
Bay State Corset Co. (See Andrews, James C, assignor.) 

Bay State Electric Heat & Light Company. (See Hawkins, Gardner C, assignor.) 
Bay State Electric Heat & Light Company. (See Porter, Edwin F., assignor.) 
Bay State Metal Wheel Company. (See Siebert, Otto W., assignor.) 
Bayer, Ludwig, Munich, Germany. Cylinder with liquid packing for explosion or inter- 
nal-combustion engines , 

Bayerdoerfer, Frank, Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for recording speed of vehicles 

Bayha. George G., Niobrara, Nebr. Envelop-opener _ _ 

Bayles, Alfred G.. New York, N. Y. Gas-regulator _ 

Bavless. Irving J., Kansas City. Mo. 
Bayless, Irving J., Kansas City, Mo. 
Bayless, Irving J., Kansas City, Mo. 



Open-toed horseshoe 

Open-toed horseshoe. (Reissue). 
Pad-fastening for bar-shoes 

Fruit-car 



689,054 ! 
675,921 I 
675,345 
672,053 ! 

665,304 

i;s:,.M'.ii> 
674,393 

669,379 



681,608 
675,537 

667,161 
670,657 

676,615 
676,616 
687,109 



670,465 
677,052 

665.988 
668,478 
675,032 
675,051 
679,012 
689,945 

665,627 
679,548 
676,672 



670,910 

670,911 

679,137 
683,016 

672,663 
686,436 
689,454 



Bayless, Thomas B., Lexington. Ky. 

Bayley, James L., Spokane, Wash. Timber-dolly 

Baynes, Edward C., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Empire Metallic Bedstead Com- 
pany, Buffalo, N. Y. Metallic bedstead. _ 



668,706 

0S2.447 

673,375 
687.715 
665,050 
11,942 
688,580 

681,434 

682,663 

678.092 



Dec. 17 
June 11 
May 28 
Apr. 16 

Jan. 1 
Oct. 22 
May 21 

Mar. 5 



Aug. 27 
June 4 

Jan. 29 
Mar. 26 

June 18 
June 18 
Nov. 19 



Mar. 26 
June 25 

Jan. 15 
Feb. 19 
May 28 
May 28 
July 23 
Dec. 31 

Jan. 8 
July 30 
June 18 



Mar. 26 

Mar. 26 

July 23 
Sept. 24 

Apr. 23 
Nov. 12 
Dec. 24 



1131 
3761 



2770 
2114 



252!) 
1475 



547 
697 

646 

4001 

2564 
1059 
35KI! 
2194 

881 
3115 

19D6 



329 



4474 
2986 



2415 
2417 



2)143 
3243 

2191 

23119 
3020 
3060 
825(1 
4246 

1533 
4351 

252(1 



3414 

3417 

3512 
2490 

3356 
1341 
3281 



Feb. 26 

Sept. 10 

May 7 
Dec. 3 
Jan. 1 
Nov. 5 
Dec. 10 

Aug. 27 

Sept. 17 j 1799 

July 9 , 1439 



2834 

1430 

1 

17 

413 

980 

1675 

3228 



260 

865 

(202 
'/ 203 
1637 
1638 

461 
714 

565 
338 



120 

157 

I 149 

1150 

I 923 

1924 

591 

233 

818 

507 



203 
~441 
129 



792 
72 

1025 
1701 
1702 

539 

540 

587 



018 
728 

505 

538 

i/.)2 



984 

350 
977 
563 



811 
811 



\ 565 

(566 



773 

296 
297 
771 



)323 

|324 

1 

3 

92 

217 

394 

J 718 

(719 

412 

332 



97 
95 

{■94 



255 

820 

176 

2474 

1506 
672 

549 
313 



113 
145 

1924 

869 

2407 

2088 
1823 



177 
680 
1471 

1908 



1813 
1920 



2450 

2380 
2380 
1553 



2382 
2563 

480 
1508 
1711 
1720 

711 
2786 

325 

958 
2400 



2538 

2539 

765 
2417 

734 
1258 
2570 



1620 

2165 

1055 
1846 
85 
1160 
2207 

1748 

2261 

313 



28 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Baynes, Henry T. (See Taggart and Baynes.) 

Beach, Albert W., Knoxville, Pa. Rail-joint 

Beach, ArthurT., Brooklyn, N. Y. Sad-iron _ 

Beach, Edward S. (See Welsh, William H., assignor.) 
Beach, Frederick H. (See Duncan and Beach.) 

Beach, Harry E., Newark, N. J. Tide or current motor 

Beach, Theodore B. , Seymour, Conn. Head-rest for car-seats 

Beach, Thomas, and W. Baker, Freeport, Pa. Nut-lock 

Beach, Wesley L., Geneva, Ohio. Machine for pressing matched lumber together 

Beach, William L., assignor of one-half to J. R. and F. M. Townsend and W. F. Somers, 

Los Angeles, Cal. Railway 

Beadel, E. W. (See Weisenburger, George E., assignor.) 

Beale, George B., D. Sasseman, Chicago, and F. H. Smith, Oakpark, 111. Machine fori 

cutting metal \ 

Beale, Newton S., Tama, Iowa. Corn-crib '. 

Beale, Newton S., Tama, Iowa. Corn-crib ventilator 

Beale, Oliver P. (See Jordan, Lewis E., assignor.) 

Beall, Charles W., New York, N. Y. Sleeping-car _ 

Beall, James T., Capon Bridge, W. Va. Garment-press 

Beall, John, assignor of one-half to H. Crea, Decatur, 111. Hominy-mill 

Beall, Thomas H. C, Cicero, Ind. Washing-machine 

Beall, William L., Albion, Mich. Cultivator 

Bealmear, James I., Baltimore, Md. Umbrella-tip retainer 



No. 



Beals, Erl V., Boston, Mass. Area-meter 

Beals, George F., Irondale, Mo. Device for clamping and holding wires . 
Beam, Andrew G. , New York, N. Y. Fireproof partition 



Beam, Aron M., and H. S. Bailey, Denver, Colo. Ore-treating furnace . 



Beam, George W. , Robinson, 111. Conveyer for grain-harvesters 

Beam, John A., Pittsburg, Pa. Combined curtain and shade support 

Beam, John A., Pittsburg, Pa. Curtain-pole 

Beam, Waldo P., Beamington, 111. Combined harrow, drag, and grader 

Beaman, David C., Denver, Colo. Visibly-traveling projectile _ 

Beamer, Jared H., Brampton, Canada. Fabric _ 

Beamisderfer, Joseph A., Palmyra, Pa. Nut-lock 

Beamond, Frank L., Sutton-Coldfield, England. Vehicle 

Bean, Edward D., Arlington, assignor to O. R. Mitchell, trustee, Boston, Mass. Bag 

Bean, Edwin E., Warner, N. H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Loop Lock Machine, 
Company, Portland, Me. Shoe-sewing machine _ J 

Bean, Edwin E., Warner, N. H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Loop Lock Machine 
Company, Portland, Me. Feeding mechanism for sewing-machines 

Bean„Edwin E., Warner, N. H, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Loop Lock Machine 
Company, Portland, Me. Back-rest lock for shoe-sewing machines 

Bean, Harry A., Mulberry, Kans. Plow... _ 

Bean, Henry F., Salisbury, N. H. Cow-tail holder ___ 

Bean, John, Los Gatos, Cal. Spraying-pump 

Bean, John C, Boston, Mass. Non-puncturable tire 

Bean, Willard C, San Francisco, Cal. Support for punching-bags 

Bear, William L., et al. (See Stewart, John H., assignor.) 

Beard, Andrew J., Eastlake, assignor of seven-eighths to A. Eubank, Eylton, Ala. Au- 
tomatic car-coupling _ 

Beardsley, Charles H., assignor to R. K. Hardcastle, Brooklyn, and C. B. Hobbs, New? 
York, N. Y. Car-brake. } 

Beardsley, Henry M., et al. (See Bumbarger, Clarence R., assignor.) 

Beardsley, Henry W., Buffalo, N. Y. Building-panel 

Beardsley & Hubbs Manufacturing Company. (See Darling, Rolla R., assignor.) 

Beardsley, Willard P., Altoona, Pa. Self -locking insulator _ 

Beasley, William F. (See Shaffer, Richard M., assignor.) 

Beasley, William F., Plymouth, N. C. Tire and means for securing same in place 

Beattie, James H., Puyallup, Wash. Combined milking-stooi and pail-holder 

Beattie, Samuel W., Charlotte, N. C. Transom-hanger 

Beattie, Walter J. (See Maitland and Beattie.) 

Beatty, Frank E., et al. (See Chambers, Fred D., assignor.) 

Beatty, Robert P., Cleveland, Ohio. Package 

Beauchemin, Joseph, Waterloo, Canada. Can-opener _ 



Beaudry, Zotique, Lynn, Mass. Edge-setting machine 

Beaufils, Henri V., Perigueux, France. Mechanical billiard-cue . 
Beauflls, Victor, Perigueux, France. Portable billiards 

Beaumont, Richard, Kankakee, 111. Water-heater 



Beaumont, Robert H. (See Piez and Beaumont.) 

Beauregard. Frank. (See Parker and Beauregard.) 

Beaver, Michael L., assignor of one-half to G. W. Reed, Pittsburg, Pa. Receptacle for 

ice-cream bricks, water-ices, or the like 

Beche, Jean, Jr., Hiickeswagen, Germany. Pneumatic hammer _ 

Beche, Jean, Hiickeswagen, Germany. Pneumatic hammer 



Becher, Adda M. (See Ruggles and Wiesen, assignors.) 

Becher, Rudolf C, Fort Dodge, Iowa. Harness-ornament 

'Bechi, Guy de, Paris, France, assignor to General Metal Reduction Company, Limited, 
London, England. Treating zinc-bearing complex ores 

Bechman, Henry F., assignor to Duplex Printing Press Company, Battlecreek, Mich. 
Paper-folding machine _ 

Bechman, Henry F., assignor to Duplex Printing Press Company, Battlecreek, Mich.i 
Printing-machine .' 

Bechman, Henry F., assignor to Duplex Printing Press Company, Battlecreek, Mich. 
Paper-folding machine 

Bechman, Henry F. assignor to E. C. Nichols, Battlecreek, Mich. Rewinding and in- 
serting mechanism 



1)83,400 
080.216 



690,093 

■668,765 
686,504 
668,573 

688,232 



684,667 

684,780 
684,781 

682,163 

686,701 
668,252 
682,349 
669,059 
681,405 

674,953 

675,922 
683,195 

689,946 



674,352 

667,111 
669,776 
665,164 
675,845 
671,812 
680,835 
666,893 
668,707 

666,225 

666,226 

684,038 
685,556 

OS!). 033 
6S2.902 
667,485 
668,279 



675,346 
683,898 

675.648 

671,876 

672,119 
685,419 
665,563 



680,684 
689,846 

666,126 

673,753 
673,693 

687,419 



665,564 
683,374 

686,572 

681,609 

673,312 
681,610 

680,573 
680,111 



Date. 



Sept. 10 
Aug. 13 



Dec. 31 

Feb. 26 
Nov. 12 
Feb. 19 

Dec. 3 



Oct. 15 

Oct. 22 
Oct. 22 



Sept. 10 
Nov. 19 
Feb. 19 
Sept. 10 
Feb. 26 
Aug. 27 

May 28 

June 11 
Sept. 24 

Dec. 31 



May 14 

Jan. 29 
Mar. 12 
Jan. 1 
June 4 
Apr. 9 
Aug. 20 
Jan. 29 
Feb. 26 

Jan. IE 



Jan. 15 

Oct. 8 
Oct. 29 
Dec. 17 
Sept. 17 
Feb. 5 
Feb. 19 



May 28 
Oct. 8 

June 4 

Apr. 9 

Apr. 16 
Oct. 29 
Jan. 8 

Aug. 20 
Dec. 31 

Jan. 15 

May 7 
May 7 

Nov. 26 



June 18 
Jan. 8 

Sept. 24 

Nov. 12 

Aug. 27 

Apr. 30 
Aug. 27 

Nov. 12 
Aug. 6 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



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4564 

2980 
1465 
2567 



2319 

2536 
2537 

929 

1853 
1994 
1266 
3573 
3172 

2879 

1060 
2774. 

4248 



1814 

4372 
1325 
656 
901 
1741 
2115 
3951 



2596 



1140 
3988 
2527 
2279 
627 
2048 



874 

537 

1851 

2312 
3718 
1415 



1792 
4062 

2431 

718 
611 



2180 
1416 

3106 



1592 

3563 

4584 
3565 

1592 
722 



305 
206 



(1052 

U053 

663 

324 

576 

229 

(525 

(526 

578 

578 

(207 
1208 
411 
444 
286 
795 
706 
(662 



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1 987 

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1603 
|604 

605 

253 
913 
580 
514 
126 
453 



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! 194 

109 

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534 

852 
325 



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(711 

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29 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly- 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Bechtel, Byron E., Waterloo, Canada. Brick-truck 

Bechtold, William S., Newark, N. J. Hair-retainer_ 

Bechtold, William S., Newark, N. J., assignor of one-half to G. W. Hill, Boston, Mass. 
Manufacturing hair-pins or the like 

Bechtold, William S., Newark, N. J., assignor to Eschwege & Cohn, New York, N. Y. 
Hair-retainer _.--_ _ 

Bechtolsheim, Clemens von, Munich, Germany. Milking-machine.. ... 

Bechtolsheim, Clemens von, Munich, Germany. Pneumatic or hydraulic milking appa- 
ratus. 



Beck, Adam H., deceased. Washington, D. C ; K. Beck, administratrix. Pneumatic tire 

Beck, Agnes S., Pasadena, Cal. Bag-holder ... 

Beck, Arthur E., and G. Townsend, Birmingham, assignors to Perrins, Limited, Warring- 
ton, England. Tube __ 

Beck, Charles, assignor to Chas. Beck Paper Company, Limited, Philadelphia, Pa. Ro-< 
tary paper slitting and rewinding machine \ 

Beck, Charles A., Good Springs, Nev. Producing metallic oxids from copper ores by 
ammonium solutions. ... 

Beck, Charles W. , Chicago, 111. Acetylene-gas-generating lamp _ 

Beck, Charles W., New York, N. Y.. assignor to Acetylene Generator Manufacturing! 
Company, of West Virginia. Acetylene-gas generator. (Reissue) J 

Beck, Daniel C, assignor of one-half to H. Llewellin, St. Louis, Mo. Heel-compressingi 
machine j 

Beck, E. A., administrator. (See Bartholomew, Grove S.) 

Beck, Edgar A., Los Angeles, Cal. Electric-arc lamp 

Beck, Fred. C, et al. (See Lane and Davenport, assignors.) 

Beck, Harvey L., Cid, N. C. Split-machine ... 

Beck, J. Frank. (See Van Wormer, John R., assignor.) 

Beck, John G. (See Ivey and Beck.) 

Beck, Joseph L. (See Marlin and Beck.) 

Beck, Kate, administratrix. (See Beck, Adam H.) 

Beck, Kilian, New York, N. Y. Guitar attachment _ 



Beck, Marshall, Moline. assignor of two-thirds to J. W. Skinkle and D. K. Hill, Chicago, 
111. Machine for gathering and handling hay _ 



Beck, Marshall, Moline, assignor of two thirds to J. W. Skinkle and D. K. Hill, Chicago,? 

111. Machine forgathering and loading hay. _ J 

Beck, Martin C, assignor to G. H. Stockman, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Umbrella-notch 

Beck, Melvin H, and J. R. Caynor, Victor, Colo. Cage-chair for mines 

Beck, Melvin H.. and J. R. Caynor, Victor, Colo. Chair for mining-cages 

Beck, Michael, Minneapolis, Minn. Steam-turbine 

Beck, Michael, Minneapolis, Minn. Electrograph 

Becke, Max, and H. Bablich, assignors to Farbwerke, vormals Meister, Lucius & Briln- 
ing, H6chst-on-the-Main, Germany. Dyeing with basic dyes 

Becke. Max, and A. Beil, assignors to Farbwerke, vorm. Meister, Lucius & Bruning, 
Hochst-on-the-Main, Germany. Dyeing with sulfur dyes _ 

Becker, Charles J. (See Higdon. Henry H., assignor.) 

Becker, Conrad L., Syracuse, N. Y. Finger-board for violins _ 

Becker, Edward P. (See Shelton, John, assignor.) 

Becker, George W. (See Becker. William, assignor.) 

Becker, Henry L., Washington, D. C. Shoe attachment 

Becker, John P." Chicago, 111. Glove-drier. _ _ 

Becker, Minnie C, Detroit, Mich. Skirt-supporter and waist-distender 

Becker, Philip A., New York, N. Y. Display-box 

Becker. William, assignor to G. W. Becker, Massillon, Ohio. Rain-water cut-off 

Beckert, Frederick W., New Haven, Conn., assignor to Greist Manufacturing Company, 
of Connecticut. Tuck-marker for sewing-machines 

Beckert, John H, St. Louis, Mo. Trolley for electric cars ._. 

Beckett, Winfield S., Lynn, Mass. Device for adjusting cutting-boards 

Beckfield, John C. (See Stuart and Beckfield.) 

Beckfield, John C, Pittsburg, Pa. Rotary engine 

Beckh. Carl, Taurndau, Germany. Indicator for thickness of paper 

Beckman, Edward O., Piper City. 111. Harvester-reel _ 

Beckman, Frank E., Haverhill, Mass. Inseam-trimmingand welt-beating machine 

Beckman, Frank E., Haverhill, Mass. Channeling-machine _ 

Beckwith, Ansel E., Norwich, Conn. Wall-index __ 

Beckwith, Arthur C, Chicago, 111., assignor to Missouri Railway Equipment Company, 
St. Louis, Mo. Pneumatic hammer. (Reissue) _ _ 

Beckwith, Dean A., New York, N. Y. Adjustable shelf and support therefor 

Beckwith, Dean A., New York, N. Y. File or drawer lock 

Beckwith, James M., Streator, 111. Harness-saddle 

Beckwith, Louis B , assignor to L. C. White Company, Waterbury, Conn. Separable 
and detachable button __ ___ 

Beckwith, William H., Chicago, 111. Hay-loader 

Beckworth, Otto Q., et al. (See Holmes, Nisi., assignor.) 

Becton, Max W., New York, N. Y. Surgical-instrument case _ 

Bedard, Louis, et al. (See Craig and Page, assignors.) 

Bedell. Charles H. (See Pfatischer and Bedell.) 

Bedell, Frederick, Ithaca, N. Y. System of telegraphy 

Bedell, Frederick, Ithaca, N. Y. System of electrical distribution 

Bedell, George E., Herkimer, N. Y., assignor to A. C. Moses, Washington, D. C. Bed- 
couch 



Bedell, George E., Herkimer, N. Y., assignor to A. C. Moses, Washington, D. C. Bed- 
couch. 



Bedell, George E., assignor of five -eighths to A. C. Moses, Washington, D. C. Box- 
couch.. __ __ 

Bedell. George E., Herkimer, N. Y., assignor to A. C. Moses, Washington, D. C. Box- 
couch opener _. 

Bedford, John F., assignor of one-half to J. Flash, Crowley, La. Composition for de- 
stroying red rice, &c _ 

Bediant. Clayton S.. assignor of one-half to O. Crittenden, Hudson, Ohio. Automatici 
draw-off for syrup _ _ i 

Bedworth, Arthur H.. Boston. Mass., assignor to F. S. Webster Company. Boston, Mass..' 

and Portland. Me. Type-writer _. 

Bee. John H.. and T. B. Campbell. Jr., New Kensington, Pa. Safety watch-holder 



673,232 
682,448 

065,989 

672,159 
672,346 

679,231 
671,365 
667,645 

674,394 
665.360 



677,152 
11,891 

686.382 

670,658 
689,277 



677,395 



682.4 19 



683,833 

687,451 
665.K23 
681,675 
666,637 

675,878 



666,256 
680,472 
667,419 



682,314 
r,si;.ss-i 
689,700 
667,815 
672,160 

665,501 
679,492 
677,011 

6&3,834 
667,665 
678,432 
675,081 
675,082 
677,153 

11,887 
677,624 
6a3,835 
669,674 

682,782 
668,369 

685.091 



670,697 
686,020 

670,305 

673,313 

676,215 



673,012 
676,974 

671.578 

081.676 



Apr. 30 
Sept. 10 

Jan. 15 

Apr. 16 
Apr. 16 

July 9 
Apr. 2 
Feb. 5 

May 21 
Jan. 1 



Sept. 10 
June 25 

Feb. 26 
Nov. 12 

Mar. 26 
Dec. 17 



July 2 
Sept. 10 



Oct. 1 

Nov. 26 
Jan. 8 
Sept. 3 
Jan. 29 

June 11 



Jan. 22 
Aug. 13 
Feb. 5 



Sept. 10 
Nov. 19 
Dec. 24 
Feb. 12 
Apr. 16 

Jan. 8 

July 30 
June 25 

Oct. 1 
Feb. 12 
July 16 
May 28 
May 28 
June 25 

Jan. 29 
July 2 
Oct. 1 
Mar. 12 

Sept. 17 
Feb. 19 

Oct. 22 



Mar. 26 
Nov. 5 

Mar. 19 

Apr. 30 

June 11 

Oct. 1 

Apr. 30 
June 25 

Apr. 9 
Sept. 3 



4445 
1432 

2192 

2382 
2730 

1696 
905 
873 

1907 
990 

1061 
3420 

3585 
1226 

2989 
2949 



106 
1433 

731 

3353 

1879 

6 

3419 

973 

2675 
1376 
494 



1207 
2229 
3745 
1208 



1310 
4245 
3173 

739 

913 

2095 
3124 
3127 
3425 

4495 
532 

742 
1106 

2052 
2201 

3115 



566 
2336 
4585 
1637 

860 

4043 
3118 

1314 



1027 
324 



505 



550 
632 



205 
186 

441 
(229 
)230 

239 

771 
| 799 

I SI II l 
|271 
(272 

702 



324 
325 

326 

327 
161 
162 
736 
436 
2 
793 
214 
215 



100 



273 
493 
879 
264 
550 

302 
956 
713 

163 

194 
476 
712 
713 
772 

1029 
127 
163 
262 

464 



715 



716 
118 



544 

1061 



190 



1695 
| 696 

304 
3 



95 
96 

94 

95 
95 

96 
95 
94 

95 
-94 

96 
95 

94 
97 

94 
97 



96 



94 



94 



97 
97 
94 
95 

94 
96 
95 

97 
94 
96 
95 
95 
95 

94 
96 
97 
94 

96 
94 

97 



94 

97 



94 



2165 

480 

519 
585 

366 

188 
1164 

1471 
198 

2093 
2598 

1770 
1231 

2450 

2486 



24 



2165 



148 



-97 

97 I 1707 

94 | 395 

96 ! 1866 

94- 761 

■ 95 2070 



589 
1334 

1087 



2120 
1464 
2664 
1249 
519 

278 

935 
2548 

149 
1191 

460 
1735 
1735 
2599 

972 
113 

150 
2036 

"2309 
1469 

680 



2461 
1073 

2302 

1010 

2205 

173 

903 
2537 

290 
1866 



30 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED PROM THE 



Aljihabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



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Beebe, Albert, Denver, Colo. Railway-track making and laying machine 

Beebe, Jennie, assignor of one-half to J. C. Haag, Los Angeles, Cal. Safety watch-car- 
rying device _ 

Beebe, Lyda C. (See Beebe, Stephen W., assignor.) 

Beebe, Stephen W., Akron, assignor to L. C. Beebe, Columbus, Ohio. Hair-drying ap- 
iratus. 



par£ 



Beebout, David W., Pittsburg, Pa. Storage battery 

Beech, John M. (See Beech, Paul W., assignor.) 

Beech, PaulW., Memphis, assignor of one-half to J. M. Beech, Knoxville, Tenn. Pad-clip - 

Beech, Paul W., assignor of two-thirds to W. K. Burton and T. L. Jones, Memphis, Tenn.) 
Hot-air furnace _ j 

Beecher, Frank H., Seymour, Conn. Stove-damper 

Beecher, William F., Cleveland, Ohio. Boiler-furnace ._ 

Beecher, William H. (See Rossiter, Alonzo D., assignor.) 

Beechey, Charles G., Liverpool, England. Assurance apparatus 

Beehler, Charles W., St. Louis, Mo. Sunbonnet 

Beek, William G., Chicago, III. Eyeglass-mounting 

Beekman, Charles J., Wheeling, W. Va., assignor of one-half to R. G. Schutz, Providence, 
R. I. Sash-fastener _ _ 

Beekman, John V., Plainfleld, N. J., assignor to Lidgerwood Manufacturing Company, 
New York, N. Y. Derrick-engine 

Beeler, Daniel. (See Palmer and Downs, assignors.) 

Beem, Thomas A., Summit, Ohio. Fence-post-making machine 



Beeman, Joseph S., London, England. Cigarette-mouthpiece-applying machine 

Beemer, Clarence A., et al. (See Butler, James F., assignor.) . 

Beemer, Daniel S., et al. (See Butler, James F., assignor.) 

Beemer, Dennis, assignor of one-tenth to O. Rosenbusch, Detroit, Mich. Car-brake 

Beers, Alexander W. , Bayonne, N. J. Folding or collapsible box 

Beers, Charles L., Scranton, Pa. Fire-box-lining support 

Beery, John, Decatur, Ind. Scholar's companion __ 

Beery Manufacturing Company. (See Kerns, James, assignor.) 

Beese, Louis, West Superior, Wis. Grain-door for cars 

Beese, Otto, Alton, 111. Cigar-box _. 

Beese, Otto, Alton, 111. Coin-controlled cigar-vending machine 

Beese, Richard, Dresden, Germany. Self-igniting gas-burner 

Beese, Richard, Dresden, Germany. Regulator for gas-burners 

Beese, Richard, Dresden, Germany. Self-igniting attachment for gas-burners 

Beeson, Edward B., Fond du Lac, Wis. Bag-holder 

Begley, John, Gloversville, N. Y. Cleaning device _ 

Begole, Gordon W., and O. Anderson, Ypsilanti, Mich. Checkrein-hook 

Begtrup, Julius, Jersey City, N. J. Governor 

Behan, Thomas, Woodlawn, Pa. Nut-lock 

Behler, George, Threeoaks, Mich. Nut-lock _ 

Behling, August, et al. (See Hiilsberg, August, assignor.) 
Behne, 0. T. (See Buchanan, Edward H., assignor.) 

Behny, John F., assignor of one-half to J. Devine, Philadelphia, Pa. Hydraulic fan 

Behr, Fritz B., Twickenham, England. Rail-support for single-rail railways 

Behrend, Otto F., Erie, Pa. Apparatus for purifying water 

Behrendt, Herrman, assignor to W. Schmidt, Worms, Germany. Local application of 

electric treatment to the human body I. 

' Behrens, Johann, Bremen, Germany. Manufacturing acetic acid - 

Behringer, Stefan, Budapest, Austria-Hungary. Plow 

Beigel, Henry. (See Sonneborn and Beigel.) 

Beighey, William J., Whitestown, Pa. Polish-rod grip 

Beihl, John, Batesville, Ind. Combined bed and table 



Exten- 



Beil, Albert. (See Becke and Beil.) 

Bein, Emile J., Newark, N. J., assignor to Tucker File Company, of New Jersey. 

sion-slide for drawers of cabinets, &c 

Beiser, Charles W., assignor to I. Beiser, Brooklyn, N. Y. Packing and supporting 



toys. 



Beiser, Ida. (See Beiser, Charles W., assignor.) 

Bek, Jacob H., Stockach, Germany. Spinning and doubling machine 

Beker, Rudolph G., assignor to Mahoning Manufacturing Company, Youngstown, Ohio. 

Upsetting-press 

Belanger, Victor, Marshfield, Mass. Spindle - 

Belcher, George E. (See Verge, Henry A., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Belcher, George E., Stoughton, Mass. Shoe-tree 

Belcher, John D., St. John, Canada. Corset 

Belches, Peter B., Haymarket, Va. Reversing-gearing.__, _ 

Belding, Thomas C, and C. H. Schlabach, assignors to Canton Steel Roofing Company, 

Canton, Ohio. Hot-air and ventilating register 

Belfield, A. Miller, et al. (See Davis, Charles L., assignor.) 

Belfield, Thomas B., Philadelphia, Pa. Check- valve . _ _-- 

Belford, Charles A. (See Megloughlin, Belford, and Bremner.) 

Belknap, Charles E., Grand Rapids, Mich. Wagon running-gear ._ 

Bell, Arthur F. L., Los Angeles, Cal. Treatment and conveyance of mineral oils -_ 

Bell, Charles E., Terra Alto, W. Va. Necktie-holding collar-button-- 



Bell, Charles H., Brooklyn, assignor to F. W. Hillard, Tottenville, N. Y. Type-writer .-. 

Bell, Charles R., Altoona, Pa. Curtain-pole fixture --- - 

Bell, Edwin I., assignor to Patent Diamond Gang Saw Company, Portland, Conn. Stone- 
sawing machine 

Bell, Enos T. (See Forsyth and Bell. ) 

Bell, Ernest D., London, England. Papainized cheese-paste and making same. 

Bell, Ernest D., assignor to J. Ablett, London, England. Cheese-paste and making same. 

Bell, Ernest D., assignor to J. Ablett, London, England. Food preparation and making 

same _ .__ 



Bell, George and G. W., Liverpool, England. Electrolytic decomposition 
Bell, George F., Sistersville, W. Va. Rope-socket for well-drilling tools _. 



609,777 
667,181 

666,638 
673,792 

665,724 

672,845 

688,920 
665,165 

670,527 

690,345 
672,932 

669,300 

671,177 

669,675 
672,472 



667,112 

674,724 
686,249 

688,822 
666,459 
671,948 
666,792 
676,173 
676,174 
666,045 
677,168 
676,527 
677,053 
675,316 
679,935 



670,759 
608,969 
669,335 

669,336 
667,358 
681,677 

671,749 
668,479 



667,288 

689,377 

671,101 

665,725 
677,154 

673,492 
680,112 
665,824 

668,400 

681,611 

679,493 

685,902 
687,593 

682,020 

687,110 

670,219 

683,429 
685,664 

685,665 
673,754 
668,828 



Mar. 12 
Feb. 5 

Jan. 29 

May 7 

Jan. 8 

Apr. 23 

Dec. 17 
Jan. 1 

Mar. 26 

Dec. 31 
Apr. 30 

Mar. 5 

Apr. 2 

Mar. 12 
Apr. 23 

Jan. 15 

Jan. 29 

May 21 
Nov. 12 

Dec. 17 
Jan. 22 
Apr. 16 
Jan. 29 
June 11 
June 11 
Jan. 15 
June 25 
June 18 
June 25 
Mav 28 
Aug. 6 

Mar. 26 
Feb. 26 
Mar. 5 

Mar. 5 
Feb. 5 
Sept. 3 

Apr. 9 
Feb. 19 



Feb. 5 

Dec. 24 

Apr. 2 

Jan. 8 
June 25 



May 
Aug. 
Jan. 



Feb. 19 

Aug. 27 

July 30 
Nov. 5 
Nov. 26 

Sept. 3 

Nov. 19 

Mar. 19 

Oct. 1 
Oct. 29 

Oct. 29 
May 7 
Feb. 26 



1326 
13 



3422 
787 

1712 

3701 

2304 
657 

2735 

5013 
3860 

425 

527 

1107 
2992 

1991 

4374 

2493 
993 

2095 
3089 
2014 
3737 
1542 
1542 
2296 
3443 
2251 
3244 
3538 
415 



3152 
3399 
496 



497 
375 



1632 
2402 

220 

3127 

335 

1713 
3426 

255 
725 
1881 

2258 

3570 

4247 
335 
3627 

682 

2669 

2192 

10 
4186 

4187 
719 
3093 



(315 
1316 



794 
185 

395 

(851 

^852 

(853 

533 

146 

(640 
1641 
1157 



119 



i 262 
i263 



464 
1005 
1006 
575 
220 

490 
715 
464 
862 
345 
345 
530 
776 
500 
728 



741 
758 
113 

113 



377 
538 
;539 

47 

728 

81 

395 

772 

60 
161 
437 

505 



956 
3,69 
797 
148 
149 
587 

509 



170 
171 
689 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



31 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly i Official 
volume. Gazette. 



bo 



Bell, George F., Sistersville, W. Va. Wire-cable clamp. 
Bell, George F., Sistersville, W. Va. Oil-saving clamp_. 
Bell, George W. (See Bell. George and G. W.) 
Bell, George W., Kansas City, Mo. Hernial truss 



Bell, Harold J., assignor to C. Wheeler and M. M. Bell, Denver, Colo. Engine 

Bell, Harry W., New York, N. Y. Lintel-block _ 

Bell, James. (See Newbigging, Easton, and Bell.) 

Bell, James L., New York, N. Y., and Z. T. Subers, Philadelphia, Pa. Utilization of) 

waste materials ) 

Bell, James W., Springfield, Tenn. Reel-seat 

Bell, John E., Casky, Ky. Stove-hood 

Bell, John H. Haddonfield, N. J. Conveyer 

Bell, Louis. (See Harriman and Bell.) 

Bell, Louis, Newton Center, Mass., assignor to General Electric Company, of New York. 

Electric metering system 

Bell, Mary M., et at. (See Bell, Harold J., assignor.) 

Bell, Oro A., New York, N. Y., assignor to Western Electric Company, Chicago, 111. 

Supervisory signal apparatus for telephone-switchboards 

Bell, Thomas. (See Metcalfe and Bell. ) 

Bell, Thomas, Vancouver, Canada. Gold-saving machine 

Bell, Thomas, Liverpool, England. Alarm apparatus for engine-room telegraphs or the 

like _-. .__ 

Bell, Thomas A., New York, N. Y. Match-safe 

Bell, Thomas M., Philadelphia, Pa. 3Ietallic brake-beam 

Bell, Walter J., assignor of one-half to L. F. Moss, Los Angeles, Cal. Electromechan-) 

ical automatic street-railway switch 5 

Bell, William A., et al. (See Creed, John J., assignor.) 

Bell, William C, Syracuse. N. Y. Roofing-seamer...> 

Bell, William G., Sharonhill, Pa. Exercising device. 

Bell. William M., et al. (See Frazier, George W., assignor.) 

Bellah, Andrew J., Visalia, assignor to T. E. Clark, Tulare County, Cal. Device for per- 
forating well tubes or casings 

Bellamy, Charles H., assignor to M. R. Isaacs, Philadelphia, Pa. Sizing and treating or 

preparing same i 

Bellamy, Charles H., assignor to M. R. Isaacs, Philadelphia, Pa. Manufacture of casein 

and casein glue 

Bellas, Henry D., and R. C. King, Apollo, Pa. Paper-clamp 

Bellas, Thomas R., assignor of one-half to W. B. Rees, Joplin,Mo. Rotary engine 

Belle Pre Bottle Company of Washington, D. C. (See Miller, John D., assignor.) 

Bellinger, James G., Cleveland. Ohio. Vapor-burner , 

Bellinger, Robert M.. Brunswick, Ga. Evaporator 

Bellingham, Sidney R., Glen Hill, assignor to himself. D. Fell and N. P. Richards, Syd-j 
ney, New South Wales. Receptacle or container for discrete materials whereby arbi-/ 
trary portions may be withdrawn __ ) 

Bellis, Percy M. (See Leask, Alexander R., assignor.) 

Bellows, Benjamin F., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Bellows Novelty Company, of Min- 
nesota. Device for shuffling playing-cards 

Bellows, Charles E. (See Tirrill, Phill S., assignor.) 

Bellows Novelty Company. (See Bellows, Benjamin F., assignor.) 

Bellows, Sidney H. (See Larsson, Henry W., assignor.) 

Bellows, Stephen H., assignor to Athol Machine Co., Athol, Mass. Surface-gage 

Belmar Manufacturing Company. (See Marble. Louis M., assignor.) 

Belmer, Charles G., Chelsea, assignor of one-half to A. A. Briggs, Haverhill, Mass. 
Edge-trimming tool 

Belt, Arthur R.. St. Louis, Mo., assignor to Western Railway Equipment Company, of 
Illinois. Carline-pocket _ 

Beman, Alonzo F. (See Bennett and Beman.) 

Beman, Alonzo F., assignor of one-fourth to G. H. Hyde, Ridgway, Pa. Cutter-bar 

Bemelmans, Leon, assignor to Societe Anonyme Pyr, Schaerbeek, Belgium. Fuel-stir- 
ring device for furnaces. 

Bement, William O., assignor to Wire Goods Company, Worcester, Mass. Feeding) 
mechanism for feeding articles having eyes or loops __) 

Bemis, Oliver H. (See Morse and Bemis.) 

Bemis, Porter C, Russell, Mass. Lantern 

Bemis. Porter C, assignor of one-half to R. L. Parks, Russell, Mass. Signaling appa 
ratus for railways 



i is;. 2-. e 
690,044 

684,392 
686,686 
685,318 



Nov. 26 
Dec. 31 

Oct. 8 
Nov. 12 
Oct. 29 



668,947 Feb. 26 



Bemis, William E., Fitchburg, Mass. Running-gear for vehicles 

Bendall, Thomas M., Memphis. Tenn. Display-case _. __ 

Bender, Edmond J. (See Brownfield, Samuel C, assignor.) 

Bender, Fritz, Frankfort-on-the-Main, assignor to Farbwerk Muhlheim, Miilheim, Ger- 
many. Making acetyl-phenyl-glycocol-ortho-carboxylic acid 

Bender, Fritz, and B. Mayer, assignors to Farbwerk Muhlheim, vorm. A. Leonhardt & 
Co., Miihlheim-on-the-Main, Germany. Green-blue dye and making same 

Bender, Horace G., Akron, Ohio. Machine for cutting rolls of woven fabric 

Bender, Horace G. , Akron , Ohio. Lithographic-press blanket 

Bender, Horace G., assignor of one-half to Globe Sign Company, Akron, Ohio, 
ing-machine 

Bender, John B., Toledo, Ohio. Steam-boiler 



Print-) 



Bender, Robert C, et al. (See Funk, Alexander W., assignor.) 

Bendix, Paul, Dulmen, Germany. Jacquard mechanism for looms 

Benedict, Allen S., Watertown, S. D. Cream- whipper 

Benedict, Amos C, assignor of one-half to G. W. Fisher, Lawrence, Mich. Reclining- 
chair. 



Benedict, Charles W. (See Johnson, Charles J., assignor.) 
Benedict, Frank M. (See Grimes and Benedict.) 

Benedict, George W., and J. J. Graf, assignors to Union Light & Heat Company, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. Acetylene-gas generator 

Benedict, James Z., Oneida, Iowa. Horseshoeing-rack 

Benedict, Lewis. (See Leiger, George F., assignor.) 

Benedict, Timothy B., La Grange, Mich. Platform-wagon 



676,348 
680,959 
685,026 


June 11 
Aug. 20 
Oct. 22 


679,138 


July 23 


669,501 


Mar. 12 


669,873 


Mar. 12 


677,169 
672,545 
674,255 


June 25 
Apr. 23 
May 14 


688,456 


Dec. 10 


679,719 
688,499 


Aug. 6 
Dec. 10 


678,856 


July 23 


681,435 


Aug. 27 


681,436 
673,941 


Aug. 27 
May 14 


677,752 


July 2 


674,160 
673,972 


May 14 
May 14 


685,092 


Oct. 22 


673,154 


Apr. 30 


672,634 


Apr. 23 


688,154 


Dec. 3 


668,480 


Feb. 19 


685,557 


Oct. 29 


675,147 


May 28 


681,491 


Aug. 27 


670,913 


Mar. 26 


670,912 


Mar. 26 


686,702 


Nov. 19 


682,903 


Sept. 17 


690,346 


Dec. 31 


673,632 


May 7 


678,371 


Julv 16 


680,752 


Aug. 20 


678,472 


July 16 


676,113 


June 11 


687,813 
670,834 


Dec. 3 
Mar. 26 


684,403 


Oct. 15 


077.334 
671,750 


July 2 
Apr. 9 


668.434 


Feb. 19 



3054 
4477 

1831 
1825 
3516 

3359 

1920 
2312 



3514 

797 

1496 

3444 
3112 
1615 

1423 



5 

1511 



2930 



3234 
1044 



1450 
1094 



3117 



3291 



2403 

3990 

3260 
3348 

3420 

3418 
1856 
2280 

5014 

522 

1985 
1949 
2171 

1428 

193 
3278 

1853 



7 
1633 



2321 



Oli'.l 
1032 

403 

(404 
1405 



1747 
| 748 
425 
514 



785 

185 

354 

776 
723 
374 



351 



660 



245 
J 182 
(183 

336 
255 

(715 
]716 

(995 
1996 



761 

195 

539 

913 

741 
(743 
1744 

812 

812 
(411 
"(412 

514 



(451 
1452 
427 
(489 
1490 
i 320 
(321 

52 
773 

410 



2 

377 



520 



97 
97 

97 

J- 97 

97 

[94 

95 
96 
97 



94 

94 

95 
95 
95 



328 (. Q „ 

329 * 



97 

96 

96 

96 
95 

^96 

95 
95 

-97 



95 

97 
94 
97 

95 

1-36 

94 

94 
-97 
96 

97 

95 

•96 
96 
•96 

95 

97 
94 

97 



04 



1649 
2S34 



1359 



1724 

2262 
1552 
656 

765 

1976 

2112 

2603 
679 
1331 

2156 

1044 
2174 

648 

1748 

1749 
1289 

161 

1361 

1291 

681 



956 



720 

2020 

1509 

883 

1760 
1771 

2539 

2539 
1381 
2355 

2939 

1156 
438 

1474 
475 

2162 

1881 
2509 

409 



4 
355 



1490 



32 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 


Bate. 


Monthly 
volume. 


Official 

Gazette. 


6 
a) 
ft 
to 


be 

a 


"3 
> 



be 

cS 
0* 


674,571 
687,294 


May 21 
Nov. 26 


2222 
3054 


512 

670 


95 

97 


1535 
1650 


684,974 


Oct. 22 


2887 


(663 
1 664 


{-97 


636 


689,156 
668,615 
664,922 


Dec. 17' 
Feb. 19 
Jan. 1 


2737 
.2659 

. 190 


635 

596 

39 


97 
94 

94 


2444 

1564 

40 


683,430 
675,435 
689,701 
667,359 
677,012 
685,737 
668,152 
677,557 


Oct. 1 
June 4 
Dec. 24 
Feb. 5 
June 25 
Nov. 5 
Feb. 19 
July 2 


10 

129 

3746 

376 

3174 

3 

1782 

410 


2 

29,30 

879 

1 

401 

99 


97 
95 
97 
94 
95 
97 
94 
96 


4 
1885 
2665 
1065 
2548 
965 
1390 
87 


684,393 
675,317 


Oct. 8 

May 28 


1832 
3539 


404 
809 


97 
95 


388 
1813 


665,387 


Jan. 1 


1032 


1240 

'(241 

241 


{-.94 

94 


206 


665,388 


Jan. 1 


1034 


206 


672,817 


Apr. 23 


3641 


8?7 


95 


794 


670,889 


Mar. 26 


3375 


( 800 
"(801 


1.94 
96 


2529 


678,534 


July 16 


2295 


518 


503 


687,514 


Nov. 26 


3469 


) 761 
1762 


j-97 


1733 


677,054 


June 25 


3245 


J 728 
1729 


{■95 


2564 


677,055 


June 25 


3248 


(729 
(730 


{95 


2564 


677,056 


June 25 


3251 


730 


95 


2565 


674,074 


May 14 


1298 


300 


95 


1331 


666,341 


Jan. 22 


2861 


661 


94 


627 


670,760 


Mar. 26 


3153 


741 


94 


2485 


683.431 


Oct. 1 


12 


2 


97 


5 


666,894 
681,946 
682,597 


Jan. 29 
Sept. 3 
Sept. 17 


3953 

556 

1695 


909 
117 
387 


94 
96 
96 


861 
1977 
2241 


686,964 
073,376 


Nov. 19 
May 7 


2424 
5 


533 

1 


97 
95 


1500 
1055 


678,930 
678,931 


July 23 
July 23 


3080 
3081 


689 
689 


96 
96 


678 
679 


668,901 


Feb. 26 


3266 




94 


1707 


674,531 
682,021 
673,613 


May 21 
Sept. 3 
May 7 


2147 
693 
482 


497 
149 
112 


95 
96 

95 


1519 

2H02 
1148 


678,329 


July 9 


1885 


434 


96 


401 


675,706 

iiii.-,.n.-,l 
686,196 


June 4 

Jan. 1 
Nov. 5 


644 
414 
913 


133 
92 

200 


95 
94 
97 


1989 

85 

1147 


665,394 


Jan. 8 


1060 


246 


94 


227 


672,884 


Apr. 30 


3780 


869 


95 


844 


681,678 
687,716 


Sept. 3 
Dec. 3 


10 
19 


3,4 

4 


96 
97 


1867 
1846 


674,753 
673,511 
687,594 


May 21 
May 7 
Nov. 26 


2535 

287 

3627 


586 

68 

797 


95 
95 

97 


1599 
1108 
1766 


678,636 


July 16 


2531 


( 566 
1567 


{96 


550 


668,481 


Feb. 19 


2404 


(539 
|540 


{94 


1509 


682,022 
688,222 
688,223 
677,431 


Sept. 3 
Dec. 3 
Dec. 3 
July 2 


694 
978 
979 
176 


149 

226 

226 

42 


96 

97 
97 
96 


2002 

2044 

2044 

40 


676,299 


June 11 


1822 


(405 
|406 


{95 


2243 


675,847 
675,848 


June 4 
June 4 


903 
906 


199 
199 


95 

95 


2036 
2037 



Bengough, James. (See McDowell, Bengough, and Comes.) 

Bengston, Swan, St. Paul, Minn. Hydrostatic computing-scale _ 

Bengston, Swan, St. Paul, Minn. Computing-scale 

Bengtsson, Bengt, St. James, Minn. Window _.. 

Benham, Camilla, West Burlington, Iowa. Dust-pan. _ 

Benham, Edward N., Montclair, N. J. Binding-strip for lantern-slides 

Bening, Edward W., Chicago, 111. Smoke-bell. __ __ 

Benjamin, Bert R., assignor to McCormick Harvesting Machine Company, Chicago, 111. 

Device for securing flaps of belts for grain-binders 

Benjamin, Dana H., Ionia, Mich. Machine for pressing shirt-bosoms 

Benjamin, George, Saginaw, Mich. Fifth-wheel _ 

Benjamin, George H., New York, N. Y. Producing alcohol for use in the arts alone 

Benjamin, George H., New York, N. Y. Manufacturing celluloid 

Benjamin, Newton, Elmira, N. Y. Railway-joint 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor of one-half to R. B. Swift, Chicago, 111. Air-brake system. 

Benjamin, William T., Newark, N. J. Apparatus for marking buttonhole-flies 

Benkert, Charles A., assignor of one-half to E. J. Spink, Davenport, Iowa. Thill or 

tongue support-- . _ 

Benner, Elwood E., Sargent, Nebr. Journal-bearing 

Benner, Lorenzo D., Peoria, assignor to L. G. Fisher, Chicago, 111. Bag-machine 

Benner, Lorenzo D., Peoria, assignor to L. G. Fjsher, Chicago, 111. Drier 

Bennett, Alan M. (See Howland-Sherman and Bennett.) 

Bennett, Arthur H., Richmond, and S. Jones, Moonee Ponds, Victoria. Gas-burner 

Bennett, Charles A. , Dover, N. J. Type- writing machine 

Bennett, Charles A., Dover, N. J. Valve for fluid compressors and eagines 

Bennett, Charles D., Kirkwood, Mo. Rotary engine 

Bennett, Charles W., Elwood, Ind., assignor to American Tin Plate Company, Elwood,( 
Ind., and New York, N. Y. Automatic feeding apparatus for tinning-machines ) 

Bennett, Charles W., Elwood, Ind., assignor to American Tin Plate Company, El wood J 
Ind., and New York, N. Y. Catcher for plating-machines. .. 5 

Bennett, Charles W., Elwood, Ind., assignor to American Tin Plate Company, New York, 
N. Y. Carrying-off table for metal plates 

Bennett & Company, T. E. (See Simpson, John H., assignor. ) 

Bennett, Dwight W., assignor to W. E. Devlin, Philadelphia, Pa. Expansion-bolt 

Bennett, Fred, deceased, (W. P. Kennedy, administrator,) assignor of one-half to C. F. 
Hotehkiss, Binghamton, N. Y. Steam-boiler 

Bennett, Frederick F., assignor to Daisy Manufacturing Company, Plymouth, Mich. Air- 
gun _ 

Bennett, Frederick F., and W. J. Burrow, assignors to Daisy Manufacturing Company, 
Plymouth, Mich. Air-gun 

Bennett, Frederick M., and J. O. Fowler, Jr., New York, N. Y., assignors to Solar (No-Man- 
tle) Incandescent Light Company of West Virginia. Appliance for producing perfect 
combustion of gas I. 

Bennett, George H., New York, N. Y. Floor-tile _ 

Bennett, George L., Chicago, 111. Dental forceps. 

Bennett, George M., and T. Forgham, Kenosha, Wis. Apparatus for use in producing 
burnt-clay ballast _ 

Bennett, Harry R., San Francisco, Cal. Electrical signaling system 

Bennett, James. (See French, Irwin J., assignor.) 

Bennett, John H., Worcester, Mass. Spinning-ring holder 

Bennett, John H., Worcester, Mass. Valve for oil-holes 

Bennett, John H., and A. F. Beman, assignors to themselves, J. K. Gardner, H. McGee- 
hin, and J. Nagle, Ridgway, Pa. Composition of matter 

Bennett, Joseph A. (See Kinsler, George B., assignor.) 

Bennett, M. R. (See Pyle, Edwin I., assignor.) 

Bennett, Newman C, and H. J. Cowger, Arbovale, W. Va. Hame-fastener 

Bennett, Paul J., Cheney ville, La. Nail-grab 

Bennett, Peter H., Trenton, N. J. Metallic roof -shingle 

Bennett, Robert. (See Neuffer, Bennett, Boas, and Hair.) 

Bennett, Robert J., Chicago, 111. Reed-organ _ 

Bennett, Robert J., assignor to Lyon & Healy, Chicago, 111. Combined manually and 
mechanically actuated musical instrument 

Bennett, Samuel G., Wolverhampton, England. Electric traction. _ 

Bennett, Thomas, Worthington, Ind. Vehicle-scale : 

Bennett, Walter E., Portsmouth, N. H., assignor to Morley Button Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Saco, Me., and Boston, Mass. Button 

Bennett, Walter E., Portsmouth, N. H, assignor to Morley Button Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Saco, Me., and Boston, Mass. Eyelet-setting tool 

Bennett, Walter 6., assignor to Campbell Printing Press & Manufacturing Company, 
New York, N. Y. Folding-machine 

Bennett, William R., New Britain, Conn. Hardening and tempering steel 

Bennett, Zimri. (See Peek, Sylvester H., assignor.) 

Bennik, Johannes, assignor to A. C. H. Tiedemann, Hamburg, Germany. Movably-sus- 
pended motor-elevator _ 

Benning, Frank H., Cheektowaga, N. Y. Dust-pan _ 

Bennison, Samuel, Galveston, Tex. Indicator _. 

Benoit, Anatole, J. Gueniffet, and J. Nicault, Paris, France. Machinefor making pasted* 
tubes for cigarettes _ 5 

Benoit f Charles H., San Jose, Cal. Hand sewing-machine - 

Benseth, Peder M., Fairhaven, Wash. Fish-trap 

Bensinger, Carl, Mannheim, Germany. Manufacturing celluloid combs. 

Bensinger, Carl, Mannheim, Germany. Manufacturing combs from celluloid 

Bensinger, Moses, assignor to Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. , Chicago, 111. Refrigerator. 

Bensmann, Henry F., and E. H. Fix, Buffalo, N. Y. Sterilizer for barbers 

Benson, A. S. (See Davis, William L., assignor.) 
Benson, Andrew. (See Benson, John B. and A.) 
Benson, Andrew. (See Eaton and Benson.) 

Benson, Andrew, assignor of one-half to R. P. and J. P. Price, Chicago, 111. Motor 

Benson, Andrew, assignor of one-half to R. P. and J. P. Price, Chicago, 111. Motor 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



33 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention 



Benson, Andrew, assignor of one-half to J. P. andR. P. Price, Chicago, 111. Power-trans- 
mitter 

Benson, Andrew, assignor of three-fourths to R. P. and J. P. Price, Chicago. 111., and J. B. 

Benson. Marinette, Wis. Motor 

Benson. Andrew, assignor of three-fourths to J. P. Price and R. P. Price, Chicago, 111., 

and J. B. Benson. Hub for vehicle-wheels 

Benson, Andrew, and J. B., assignors of one-half to R. P. and J. P. Price, Chicago, 111. 

Motor-vehicle 

Benson, Charles O, San Diego, Cal. Combined miner's cooking-stove, wheelbarrow, and 

sled 



Benson, Charles C, San Diego, Cal. Barbed band-fence 

Benson, Harry S., et al. (See Hendrickson, James G., assignor.) 

Benson, Hezekiah A., Bridgeport, Conn. Rotary engine 

Benson, Hezekiah A.. Bridgeport, Conn. Rotary engine 

Benson, John B. (See Benson, Andrew and J. B.) 

Benson, John B., et al. (See Benson. Andrew, assignor.) 

Benson, John B. and A., assignors of one-half to R. P. and J. P. Price, Chicago, 111. Dif 

ferential gear __ 

Benson, John J.. Detroit, Mich. Crate 

Benson. Robert L.. Chicago. 111. Atomizing apparatus 

Bentley, Edward M., Lawrence, N. Y. Advertising device 

Bentley. Ed ward M., Lawrence, assignor to General Electric Company, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Electric-railway controller 

Bentley, George F.. Fort Worth, Tex. Railway-track lifting-jack 

Bentley, John A., Denver, Colo. Roasting-furnace 

Bentley, Thomas, Franklin, Mass., assignor of one-half to Draper Company, Portland 

Me., and Hopedale, Mass. Means for preventing singles in roving-machines, &c 
Benton, Charles H., Cleveland, Ohio. Multiple-piston.engine 

Benton, Francis E.. Stoughton, Mass. Shoe-last 

Benton, Linn B.. Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to American Type Founders Company, New 

York, N. Y. Type-dressing machine 

Benziger Brothers. (See Nehr, Herman F., assignor.) 

Benzing, William. Derby. Ohio. Bucket 

Berard, Louis. (See Leroy, Berard. and Fresnaye.) 
Berberich, Charles A., Brooklyn. N. Y. Window attachment 



Bercha, Joseph, and W. I. Chapman, Atkinson, Nebr. Grinding-mill 

Berchem, John P. (See Hoban, Andrew J., assignor.) 

Berck, Frederic W., Boelus, Nebr. Cooling vessel.. 

Bercuvicy, Leon. New York, N. Y. Observation-tower_ 

Berens, Stanislaus. Lagrange, 111. Handpiece for tenpin-balls 

Berg, Bernard, San Francisco. Cal. Malting apparatus 

Berg, Eric, San Francisco, Cal. Acetylene-gas generator 

Berg. Ernst J., Schenectady. N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of New York. 

System of electrical distribution __. 

Berg, Ernst J., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of New York. 

System of electrical distribution _._ 

Berg, Reinhold, Philadelphia, Pa. Mangle -_. 

Berg, Rudolf, assignor of one-half to F. Wenig, Pittsburg, Pa. Blower 

Berg, Rudolf, assignor of one-half to F. W T enig, Pittsburg, Pa. Air compressing and) 

cooling apparatus.- 5 

Berger, Christian L., Boston, Mass. Surveying instrument - _ ___ 

Equatorial adapter for transits 

Telescope-lens adapter 

Vernier for surveying instruments 

Equatorial adapter for mine-surveying instruments. 

Attachment for transits 

Bracket for surveying instruments 

Berger, John D., Schuylkill Haven, Pa. Device for clamping and cutting fabrics 

Berger. Leopold, Salt Lake City, Utah. Motor _ 

Berger, Louis, Lausanne, Switzerland. Razor-strop 

Berger, Louis, Lausanne, Switzerland. Rasp _ 

Berger Manufacturing Company. (See Schlafly, Julius H., assignor.) 

Berger, Paul E., et al. (See English and Cooney, assignors.) 

Berger, Paul E., Chicago, 111. Bogus-coin detector for coin-controlled machines 

Berger, PaulE., Chieago.Ill. Vehicle _ 

Berger, Robert S., Granere, Pa. Lifting-jack ___ 

Berger, Salomon. (See Weiss. Salomon, assignor.) 

Bergeron, Hippolyte, Longue Pointe, Canada. Means for utilizing space in crowded > 

municipalities.-- _ ) 

Berget, Thomas C. X. A.. Paris. France. Making paper-pulp 

Berghoefer, Edward C Milwaukee. Wis. Elevator and conveyer _ 

Berghof, August A. (See Ohl, Theberath. and Berghof.) 

Bergier, Louis, Paris, France. Lining metallic or other vessels or tubes with glass 

Bergin, Daniel S., Chicago. 111. Electric system for railways ___ _ 



Berger, Christian L., Boston, Mass. 
Berger, Christian L., Boston. Mass. 
Berger, Christian L., Boston, Mass. 
Berger. Christian L., Boston. Mass. 
Berger, Christian L., Boston, Mass. 
Berger, Christian L., Boston. Mass. 




Bergland. Saave K., and J. H. Teigen, Delano, Iowa. Can-capping machine _ 

Bergman, A. H., et al. (See Evans, William M., assignor.) 

Bergman, Adam, Sacramento, Cal. Mouthpiece __. 

Bergman, Amos C, New York, N. Y. Practice-clavier 

Bergman, Amos C, New York. N. Y. Practice-clavier _._ _ 

Bergman, Amos C, New York, N. Y. Practice-clavier ._ _ 

Bergman, Amos C assignor to A. M. Virgil. New York, N. Y. Practice-clavier 

Bergman, Amos C, assignor to A. M. Virgil. New York, N. Y. Practice-clavier_ 

Bergman, Benjamin J., New York, N. Y. Thread-controlling device for sewing-ma-( 

chines 5 

Bergman, Erick P., and A. E. Renard, Concordia, Kans. Extensible bedstead 

Bergman, Erick P.. and A. E. Renard, Concordia, Kans. Buckle _ 

Bergmann, Alexander, Kortingsdorf, Germany. Penholder _ 

Bergmann. Carl F., Jersey City. N. J. Steam-boiler 

Bergmann. Carl F., Jersey City, N.J. , assignor to Foye Hub Motor and Automobile Com-> 

pany, of New Jersey. Internal-combustion motor ) 

3 PAT 



671,686 



669,571 

667,646 
681,293 

670,835 



Apr. 


9 


1530 


Oct. 
Mar. 


1 
12 


743 

923 


Feb. 
Aug. 


5 
27 


874 
2976 


Mar. 


26 


3280 



680,113 

681,438 

I 687,972 

! 689,779 

668,003 

679,692 

680,192 

674,725 
680,370 
675.923 
673.414 

665,849 



Aug. 6 
Aug. 27 
Dec. 3 
Dec. 24 



726 
3236 

515 
3912 

1522 



Feb. 12 
July 30 
Aug. 6 866 
May 31 



4609 1034 



Aug. 13 
June 11 
May 7 

Jan. 8 



2VSi 
1200 
1061 
83 



i&52 

'/353 

164 

220 

187 

661 

(773 

|774 

161 
719 
123 
913 
(339 
(340 



-95 



97 
94 

94 
96 

[■94 

96 
96 
97 
97 

■ 94 j 

96 j 

-96 



194 
576 

265 

233 95 
18, 19 ■ 95 

1945 .» 4 5° Iq4 
1945 ! (451 .f 94 



334 



150 
2000 

1164 
1700 

2509 



1189 
1749 
1944 
2700 

1315 

1014 

1218 

1590 
1298 
2088 
1070 

409 



34 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Bergmann, Carl F. , Jersey City, N. J. , assignor to Foye Hub Motor and Automobile Com- 
pany, of New Jersey. Engine - 

Bergom, Hans A., Stougliton, Wis. Fence-post puller 

Bergsjo, Martin, assignor of one- half to H. Borsch, Chicago, 111. Eyeglasses 

Bergsoe, Paul, Copenhagen, Denmark. Making matches - __ 

Bergstein, Samuel, New York, N. Y. Hoisting or lowering device for boats 

Bergsten, John E., Chicago, 111. Combined folding hammock and reclining rocking-chair. 
Bergstrom, Carl A., assignor of one-half to M. Singer, New York, N. Y. Electric switch. 
Bergstrom, Oscar. (See Bass and Bergstrom.) 

Bergwitz, Gustav, Hundsfeld, Germany. Accessory for children's plates... ._ 

Bering, Thomas G., Scotland, Pa. Clothes-pin 

Beringer, Emil, Charlottenburg, Germany. Making zinc sulfid 

Berkey, Charles H. (See Snyder, George W., assignor.) 

Berkey, Julius, Grand Rapids, Mich. Game 

Berkley, Benjamin F., Acton, Tex. Gate _ _ 

Berliner, Emile, assignor to United States Gramophone Company, Washington, D. C. 

Apparatus for producing sound-records ... 

Berliner, Emile, assignor to United States Gramophone Company, Washington, D. C. 

Soun d-record and making same _ . . . __ 

Berliner, Jacob, Hanover, Germany. Microtelephonic apparatus _-. 

Berlinghof, George A., Beatrice, Nebr. Window-shade roller 

Bermann, Leon. (See Nelson, Oscar, assignor.) 

Bernadou, John B., U. S. Navy. Colloid explosive and making same 

Bernard, Alfred F., Chicago, 111. Railway-construction apparatus 



675,363 May 28 
676,599 June 18 



Bernard, William A., assignor to William Schollhorn Company, New Haven, Conn. Hand- 
punch _-. _ 

Bernard, William A., assignor to William Schollhorn Company, New Haven, Conn. Nip- 
pers, pliers, &c _ 

Bernauer, George W., Chicago, 111. Expansible bung 

Bernhard, Eugen. (See Zacharias and Bernhard.) 

Bernhardt, Charles A., Detroit, Mich. Electric cigar-lighter _ 



Bernharf, Daniel, Pittsburg, Pa. Cash-register _ _ 

Berns, Wilhelm assignor to Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik, Ludwigshafen, Germany. 

Discharging indigo-dyed wool _ 

Bernsdorff, Elmore E., Denny, Pa. Awning-cradle 

Bernson, Charles W., Elmsford, N. Y. Gas-burner tip _ 

Bernstein, Benjuman, assignor to Bernstein Brothers, New York, N. Y. Cooling-box f or 



liquors. 



Bernstein, Benny, assignor of one-fourth to B. Loewy, New York, N. Y. 
lighting vehicles by electricity _ 

Bernstein Brothers. (See Bernstein, Benjuman, assignor.) 
Bernstein, H., et al. (See Tiller, Thomas J., assignor.) 

Bernstein, William F., Philadelphia, Pa. Operating-table 

Bernstrom, John, et al. (See Berrigan, John J., assignor.) 

Bernt, Josef. (See Cervenka and Bernt.) 

Bernt, Josef, and E. Cervenka, Prague, Austria-Hungary. Gas-burner 

Berresford, Arthur W., Westfield, N. J. Rheostat _ . 

Berri, William, Brooklyn, N. Y. Type and holder therefor 



Apparatus for 



Berrigan, John J., East Orange, N. J. Centrifugal extraction 

Berrigan, John J., East Orange, N. J. Centrifugal machine. 

Berrigan, John J., East Orange, N. J. Centrifugal machine 

Berrigan, John J.. Avon, N. Y., assignor to De Laval Separator Company, of New Jersey.; 
Centrifugal liquid-separator i 

Berrigan, John J., Orange, N. J., assignor to F. J. Arend,New York, N. Y.,and J. Bern-( 
Strom, Stockholm, Sweden. Centrifugal machine 5 

Berrigan, John J., Orange, N. J., assignor to F. J. Arend, New York, N. Y.,and J. Bern-) 
Strom, Stockholm, Sweden. Centrifugal machine 5 

Berrigan, John J., Orange, N. J., assignor to F. J. Arend, New York, N. Y., and J. Bern- 
strom, Stockholm, Sweden. Feeding device for centrifugal machines 

Berrigan, John J., Orange, N. J., assignor to F. J. Arend, New York, N. Y., and J. Bern- 
strom, Stockholm, Sweden. Centrifugal machine 

Berrigan, John J., Orange, N. J., assignor to F. J. Arend, New York, N. Y.,and J. Bern-) 
Strom, Stockholm, Sweden. Centrifugal machine 5 

Berrodin, Frank X. (See Palmer and Berrodin.) 

Berry, Arthur F., London, England. Electrical transformer 

Berry, Arthur F., London, England. Electrical transformer 



Berry, Benjamin F., assignor to H. M. Pollard, St. Louis, Mo. Envelop-machine . 

Berry, Charles A., assignor to Yale & Towne Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn. 

Safeboltwork mechanism 

Berry, Eddie J., Franklin, Ky. Wire-stretcher 



Berry, Edward F., Philadelphia, Pa. Pressure water-filter. __ 

Berry, Elwin S., assignor of one-half to R. W. Putnam, Putnamville, Vt. Sawmill-car- 
riage gear : __ _ 

Berry, Ephraim M. (See Berry, Walter S., assignor.) 

Berry, James H., Wichita, assignor of one-half to G. Warnhoff, Newton, Kans. Cabinet 
satchel orgrip 

Berry, John W., assignor to Cascade Cerial Company, Tacoma, Wash. Automatic 
weighing-machine 

Berry, John W., assignor to Tacoma Automatic Scales Company, Tacoma, Wash. Au- 
tomatic weighing and packing machine 

Berry, Matthew S. Chandler, Me. Rowlock 



Berry, Robert C, Indianapolis, Ind. Letter-opening machine 

Berry, Robert C, assignor of five-eighths to G. W. Pangborn and J. Feigen, Indianapolis, 

Ind. Fluid-pressure engine 

Berry, Walter S., assignorof one-half to E. M. Berry, Eastview, Ky. Horse-detacher . 

Berry, Walton C, assignor of one-half to J. M. Vandiver, Rome, Ga. Nut-lock 

Berry, Washington, Chicago, 111. Float for cakes of soap 

Berry, Washington, Chicago, 111. Apparatus for inserting floats in cakes of soap I 



684,563 
689,(155 
670,659 
67-1,664 
688,282 

668,004 
070,306 
666.300 



675,807 

680,753 

689,349 

689,350 
673,512 
685,711 

673,377 
677,170 

665,052 

678,637 
689,948 

668,708 
685,093 

690,347 
683,837 
677,171 

668,482 

683,432 

673,675 

684,404 
673,108 
676,975 

689,570 

689,571 

689,572 

676,410 

677,926 

685,319 

685,320 

685,558 
685,559 

665,305 
682,520 
687,552 
680,686 
668,970 
670,094 

685,560 

668,845 

665,361 

684,595 
677,932 

668,280 

670,095 
672,818 
665,053 
676,865 
676,866 



Oct. 15 
Dec. 17 
Mar. 26 
May 21 
Dec. 10 

Feb. 12 
Mar. 19 
Jan. 22 



June 4 
Aug. 20 

Dec. 17 

Dec. 17 
May 7 
Oct. 29 

May 7 
June 25 

Jan. 1 

July 16 
Dec. 31 

Feb. 26 

Oct. 22 

Dec. 31 
Oct. 1 

June 25 

Feb. 19 
Oct. 1 

May 7 

Oct. 15 
Apr. 30 
June 25 

Dec. 24 

Dec. 24 

Dec. 24 

June 18 

July 9 

Oct. 29 

Oct. 29 

Oct. 29 
Oct. 29 

Jan. 1 
Sept. 10 
Nov. 26 
Aug. 20 
Feb. 26 
Mar. 19 

Oct. 29 

Feb. 26 

Jan. 1 

Oct. 15 
July 9 

Feb. 19 

Mar. 19 
Apr. 23 
Jan. 1 
June 25 
June 25 



3630 
2384 
2109 
2566 
2991 
2388 
1098 

1525 
2338 
2768 



1950 

3072 

3074 

288 

4265 

8 
3446 

415 

2533 
4263 

2838 
3118 

5015 

744 

3449 

2407 

13 

585 

1855 
4222 
3119 

3507 

3509 

3511 

2Q30 

1133 

3518 

3521 
3991 



882 
1552 
3552 
1801 
3399 
1927 



3140 

992 

2192 
1147 

2049 

1929 
3643 
417 
2879 

2880 



827 
532 
477 
591 
702 
550 
252 

340 
545 



177 
178 
427 

716 

716 

68,69 

97? 

1 
(776 

(777 



567 



634 
(716 
'1717 



164 
777 



540 
3 

137 



410 

967 

696 

1820 

1821 

821 

(822 

1823 

(451 

1452 

(260 

1261 

|809 

1810 

810 

913 

(913 
1914 



(352 
1 353 

780 
(390 
1397 

758 
(446 
(447 

914 



702 
230 

496 

264 
(453 
|454 

447 
837 
93 
648 

648 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



35 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Berry, William O., assignor of one-half to D. W. Lehman, Caro, Mich. Clevis 

Berryman, Josiah T. (See Gabrio, Alfred W., assignor.) 

Berstorff , Hermann G., and E. A. H. Meyer, Hanover, Germany. Rubber ball and manu 
f ac turing same _.. 

Bertels, Charles E., Wilkesbarre. Pa. Pail or bucket _ 

Bertels, Marie, Berlin, Germany. Device for securing table-cloths, &c, in position 

Berthe, Albert, Jersey City, N. J. Holder for ash-cans, &c 

Bertheau. Henrik A.. Stockholm, Sweden. Valve-gear for explosive-engines 

Bertin, Isaac, New York, N. Y. Combination cigarette and match box 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Boston, Mass. Guide-operating mechanism for sole-sewing ma- 
chines _ 

Bertschmann, Albert, assignor to Society of Chemical Industry in Basle, Basle, Switzer- 
land. Sulf urized indophenol dye and making same 

Besch, Joseph. (See Genter and Besch.) 

Besemfelder, Eduard R., Charlottenburg, Germany. Making illuminating-gas 

Besemfelder, Eduard R., Charlottenburg, Germany. Apparatus for the manufacture) 
of illuminating-gas and coke 5 

Besemfelder, Eduard R., Charlottenburg, Germany. Making ammonia from waste 
products _ 

Beshore, Samuel B. (See Eltzroth, George W., assignor.) 

Besly, Charles H. (See Gardner and Cadman, assignors.) 

Bessant, Frederick, et al. (See Perkins, George E., assignor.) 

Besse, Emile, and L. Lubin, Paris, France. Means for applying solder to metallic arti- 
cles 

Besse, Emile. and L. Lubin, Paris, France. Preserve-tin 

Besse, Emile, and L. Lubin, Paris, France. Apparatus for soldering bottoms or tops of 
tin cans, &c - 

Besse, Irvin, assignor to Victor Manufacturing Company, Newburyport, Mass. Device 
for closing sliding fire doors or shutters _. 

Besser, Jacob, New York, N. Y. Cigar-moistening box __ 

Bessette. Luke E., assignor of one-half to N. Geib, St. Cloud, Minn. Compound tool 

Bessey, IraF., and W. A. Black, Brooklyn, N. Y. Gas-fitting.- 

Bessier, Vetal, Brooklyn, N. Y. Piano-action 

Bessonette, William T., assignorof three-fourths to W. A. Barclay, Temple, Tex. Cotton- 
press 

Best, Charles J., Denver. Colo. Treating ore 

Best, Charles J., Denver, Colo. Furnace and device for treating ore 

Best, Daniel. San Leandro, Cal. Grain separator and cleaner. 

Best, Paul, Bochum, Germany. Turn-table for inclined tracks 

Best, Peter, Elizabeth, N. J. Car-fender 

Best, Robert H., Handsworth, England. Pendent lamp 

Best, William N. (See Hynes and Best.) 

Beswick, David, New York, N. Y. Calendering-machine __ 

Bethel, Ion M., assignor of three-fourths to N. Z. Bethel, Mason, V. H. and S. F. Bethel, 
London, Tex. Stump-puller __ 

Bethel, N. Z., et al. (See Bethel, Ion M., assignor.) 

Bethel, Sibly F.. et al. (See Bethel, Ion M., assignor.) 

Bethel, Victor H., et al. (See Bethel, Ion M., assignor.) 

Bethel, Wilson, assignor of two-thirds to C. Balzer and C. Yaekle, Columbus, Ohio.) 
Track-drill 5 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Meigs and Hammar, assignors.) 
Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Meigs and Stout, assignors.) 
Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Taylor and Gantt, assignors.) 
Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Taylor and White, assignors.) 

Bettendorf, Jacob, Milwaukee, Wis. Refrigerator ___ 

Bettendorf, Joseph W., Davenport, Iowa. Check-rower 

Bettendorf, Joseph W.. Davenport, Iowa. Machine for manufacturing metal wheels 

Bettendorf Metal Wheel Company. (See Einfeldt, Emil, assignor.) 

Bettendorf, William P., Davenport, Iowa. Shaft-hanger 

Bettendorf, William P., Davenport, Iowa. Truss-beam 

Bettendorf, William P.. Davenport, Iowa. Hub for wheels 

Bettendorf, William P., Davenport, Iowa. Body and truck bolster for railway-cars 

Bettermann, Reinhold, Johnstown, Pa. Flue-plug for boilers 

Bettes, Harrison S. (See Anderson, Lee, assignor.) 

Bettini, Gianni, assignor of one-half to E. N. Dickerson, New York, N. Y. Phonograph-) 

record duplicator ( 

Bettini, Gianni, assignor to himself and E. N. Dickerson, New York, N. Y. Apparatus) 

for duplicating or multiplying sound-records .. __ ( 

Bettman, P. H. (See Fraley, Gassner F., assignor.) 

Betts, Anson G., Lansingburg, N. Y. Aluminium plating 

Betts, Anson G., Lansingburg, N. Y. Refining lead by electrolysis- 

Betts, Anson G., Upper Troy, N. Y. Apparatus for treating metals by electrolysis 

Betts, Frank J., East Orange, N. J. Soap-cage 

Betts Machine Company. (See Moreton, George W., assignor.) 

Betz, Charles W., Belleville, 111. Brake-operating device 

Betz, William G. , assignor of one-half to D. Ray and C. J. Winterbotham, Erie, Pa. Sound- 
ing-board for musical instruments _ 

Betzler Joseph F., Akron, Ohio, assignor to J. W. Laughlin, Detroit, Mich. Fountain- 
pen ._ _ __ 

Betzold, John J.. Fresno, Cal. Filter 

Beugler, Edwin F. (See Holmes and Beugler.) 

Beugler. Edwin F., assignor to E. & B. Holmes Machinery Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Sawing-) 
machine _ J 

Bevan, Eustace, Martinsburg, Ind. Fruit-picker 

Bevans. William H., Washington, D. C, assignor to American Ordnance Company,) 
Bridgeport. Conn. Semi-automatic breech-loading ordnance __ i 

Beverly. Milton M. (See Truden, William P., assignor.) 

Bevier, Andries, New York, assignor, by mesne assignments, to E. Childs, Sayville, N. Y. 
Preserving wood _ __ 

Bevis, Anna M., Mount Ayr, Iowa. Hygienic handkerchief pocket or receptacle 

Bevitt, Edwin D., Cincinnati, Ohio. Sheet-metal ware _._ ._ 

Beyer, Albert, Hoboken, N. J. Heating and cooking stove _ 

Beyer, Bertrand E., assignor of one-half to J. A. Smith, Newark, N. J. Cue-tip holder . . 

Beyer, Karl, Cologne, Germany. Hernial truss 



683,722 

689,157 
686,841 
609,975 
679,449 
672,202 
666,732 

672,611 

665,726 

666,257 
672,694 

689,780 



672,347 
675,707 

689,056 

682,164 
(184,782 
687,871 
681,183 
678,638 

690,129 
674,594 
674,595 
671,043 

i;.s:-;.s:n 
i;r,s.i.-,:: 
669,228 

667,666 

675,370 



667,612 
687.192 
690,228 

666,632 
667,667 
673,415 
679,494 
685,561 

668,154 
688,921 

675,584 
679,824 

679,357 

679,208 

673,894 

677,057 

686,920 
678,857 

676,812 
671,205 
673,594 



US 1.032 
674.395 
679,272 
668,902 
684,394 
690,094 



Oct. 1 



Dec. 17 
Nov. 19 
Mar. 19 
July 30 
Apr. 16 
Jan. 29 

Apr. 23 

Jan. S 

Jan. 22 
Apr. 23 



Dec. 24 



Apr. 16 
June 4 

Dec. 17 

Sept. 10 
Oct. 22 
Dec. 3 
Aug. 27 
July 16 

Dec. 31 

May 21 

May 21 

Apr. 2 

Oct. 1 

Feb. 19 

Mar. 5 

Feb. 12 

June 4 



Feb. 19 



Feb. 5 
Nov. 26 
Dec. 31 

Jan. 22 
Feb. 12 
May 7 
July 30 
Oct. 29 



Feb. 19 
Dec. 17 

June 4 
Aug. 6 

July 30 

July 23 

May 14 

June 25 

Nov. 19 
July 23 

June 18 
Apr. 2 
May 7 



Aug. 20 
May 21 
July 23 
Feb. 26 
Oct. 8 
Dec. 31 



548 

:;;:** 
2149 
1693 
4149 
2458 
3624 

3244 

1714 

2677 
3410 

3914 



2731 
646 



256; 



2537 

315 

2766 

2534 

4628 
2259 
2260 
225 
745 
1787 
290 



2624 



824 
2852 
4810 

3406 
914 
84 

42 IS 



1790 
2305 

420 
203 

3961 

3653 



3252 

2327 
2931 

2772 
605 

447 



2481 
1908 
3769 
3267 
1833 
4568 



121 



635 
476 



931 
567 



618 
1784 
|785 

914 



633 
133 

591 

208 
578 
78 
614 
568 

1068 
521 
521 

53 
164 
401 

66 

195 
1 



(588 
)589 



175 

624 

1112 

790 
195 
19 
957 
915 

(402 
1403 
(533 
(534 



-04 



43 96 
(886 ) 
1887 f 
815 



227 



512 
660 

1628 

'629 

136 

i 104 

I 105 



550 
441 
841 
726 
404 
1053 



113 

2444 
1448 
2172 
917 
534 
799 

709 

303 

590 
745 

2700 



585 
1989 

2407 

2069 
564 
1905 
1657 
550 

2864 
1542 
1542 
48 
151 
1390 
1S51 

1191 

1859 



1557 



1154 
1000 



738 
1192 
1070 

935 



1391 
2359 

1946 
1083 

879 

794 

1265 

2565 

1481 
649 

2453 

128 
1142 



1578 
1471 

817 
1707 

389 
2852 



36 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Beyer, Otto S., Carlstadt, N. J., assignor to Borden's Condensed Milk Company, New 
York, N. Y. Bottle-filler __ 

Beyer, William N., Royersford, Pa. Ironing-table __ 

Beyerlen, Angelo, Stuttgart, Germany. Type-writer 

Beygrau, Paul T. (See Cameron and Beygrau.) 

Beynon, Gomer G., Des Moines, Iowa. Churn 

Bezanson, John G., Somerville, Mass. Traction system for use with cable-roads in han- 
dling coal 

Bianchi, Joseph, assignor of one-half to T. J. Harbach, Philadelphia, Pa. Projecting ap- 
paratus ■ __ _ 

Biasse, Francis H., Paris, France. Combined air-compressor and explosive-motor 

Bibb, Judson, and E. R. Duncan, Colorado Springs, Colo. Feed-water regulator for 
steam-boilers __ 

Biber, Arnold, Pforzheim, Germany Dental plate... 

Bibikov. Nicholas A., New York, N. Y. Sandal or slipper 

Bichy, William C. (See Crawford and Bichy.) 

Bick, Emile, Buffalo, N. Y. Toilet article 

Bickart, M. L., et al. (See Jeter, Edmond W., assignor.) 

Bickel, Casper, Shelburne Falls, Mass. Bicycle-pedal 

Bickel, Casper E., Shelburne Falls, Mass. Calipers and dividers 

Bickel, Frederick L., Philadelphia, Pa. Steam-trap 

Bickel, Frederick L., Philadelphia, Pa. Steam-trap __ 

Bickel, Hiram, and A. T. Evans, Guffey, Pa. Standing valve for wells 

Bickelhaupt, George, New York, N. Y. Scuttle-lifter 

Bickford Drill and Tool Company. (See Norris. Henry M., assignor.) 

Bickford, Frank H., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to National Cash Register Company, Jersey 
City, N. J. Cash-register __ 

Bickford, John E., Whitman, Mass. Pegging-machine 

Bickford, John E., Whitman, Mass.. Horn for pegging-machines 

Bickford, John H., Salem, Mass. Safety appliance for steam-boilers 

Bickford, John H., Salem, Mass. Gate- valve 

Bickford, John H., Salem, Mass. Pipe-coupling 

Bickley, Walter S., Chester, Pa. Anchor 

Biddle, William P., Knoxville, Tenn. Canopy-support 

Bidwell, Benson, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor of one-half to C. F. Bidwell, Indianapolis,? 
Ind. Electric railway j 

Bidwell, Charles F. (See Bidwell, Benson, assignor.) 

Bidwell, Charles H., Medina, N. Y. Self-feeding mechanism for threshing-machines 

Bieberstein, Samuel A., assignorto R. Schmitzand S. W. Shroder, St. Louis, Mo. Trous- 
ers 

Biedermann, Emil, and L. A. Heine, Chicago, 111. Electric burglar-alarm system 

Biehl, Frederick A. (See Iske, Anthony and A., assignors.) 

Biehl, J P., et al. (See Reese, Evan, assignor.) 

Biehl, Jacob, Seymour, Ind. Latch _ 

Biele, Carl F., New York, N. Y. Door-knob _ _ 

Bielefeldt, Ernst L. G. C. T., and R. F. E. L. Silwar, Hamburg, Germany. Keyboard- 
player _ 

Bienhoff. Benjamin B. (See Bienhoff, Henry and B. B.) 

Bienhoff, Henry and B. B., St. Paul, Minn. Vehicle 

Bigelow Carpet Company. (See Lyon, Alvin S., assignor.) 

Bigelow, George S. (See Needham, Charles S., assignor.) 

Bigg, Austen, Toowoomba, Queensland. Hoe 

Biggar, Sanford D., et al. (See Pocock, Stephen H., assignor.) 

Biggs, John M., assignor of one-half to F. P. Hagan, Glasgow, Ky. Calendar- watchcase. 

Bigler, Benjamin J., Ocker, Tex. Wheel-cultivator and planter attachment therefor 

Bignold, Frederick R. (See Race, John D., assignor.) 

Bihlmaier, Otto, Brunswick, Germany. Massage instrument 

Bilderback, GabrielE., Colliers, W. Va. Envelop 

Bilderbach, Isaac, et al. (See Pearson, James H., assignor.) 

Bilfinger, Carl W., Savannah, Ga., assignor to Southern Pine Product Company, of New 
Jersey. Distilling wood for the manufacture of charcoal and saving by-products 

Bilgram, Hugo, Philadelphia, Pa. Gear-cutting machine 

Bilgram, Hugo, and O. L. Sehehl, Philadelphia, Pa., assignors to G. W. Fackler, New) 
York, N. Y. Machine for forming packages of cigarettes.. j 

Bilhorn, Peter P., Chicago, 111. Portable organ.. _ _ 

Bill and Caldwell. (See Caldwell, Alexander, assignor.) 
Bill and Caldwell. (See Walsh, Edward F., assignor.) 
Bill, Edward L. (See Deiters and Bill. ) 

Bille, Andrew and M. C. J., Spokane, Wash. Closing above sliding doors 

Bille, Marie C. J. (See Bille, Andrew and M. C. J. ) 
Billing, Francis, et al. (See Inshaw, John G., assignor.) 

Billing, Francis, Birmingham, England. Lithographic printing 

Billing, Frederick, et al. (See Inshaw, John G., assignor.) 

Billings, Frederic C. , Hartford, Conn., assignor to American Bicycle Company, New York, 

N. Y., and Jersey City, N. J. Pump.... 

Billings, Frederic C. , Hartford, Conn. , assignor to American Bicycle Company, New York, ( 

N. Y., and Jersey City, N. J. Mechanism for controlling throttle and cylinder valves.) 
Billings, Frederic C, Hartford, Conn., assignor to American Bicycle Company, New< 

York, N. Y., and Jersey City, N. J. Vehicle-frame — ) 

Billings, Frederic C, Hartford, Conn., assignor to American Bicycle Company, New 

York, N. Y., and Jersey City, N. J. Steering mechanism for vehicles 

Billings, Frederic C, Hartford, Conn., assignor to American Bicycle Company, New 

York, N. Y., and Jersey City, N. J. Means for locking controlling-levers, &c 

Billings, Frederic C, Hartford, Conn., assignor to American Bicycle Company, New 

York, N. Y., and Jersey City, N. J. Safety-valve 

Billings, Frederic C, Hartford, Conn., assignor to American-Bicycle Company, New 

York, N. Y., and Jersey City, N. J. Compensating gear 

Billings, Frederick O, Macon, Mo. Clamping device 

Billings, Norman N., Toronto, Canada. Fire-escape 

Billings & Spencer Company. (See Bruce, Walter H., assignor.) 

Billings, William J. (See Mauer and Billings.) 

Billingslea, Asa A., Sheridan, Ark. Combination harrow and cultivator. 



668,303 
667,668 
668,155 

681,386 

681,906 

684,343 
676,349 

679,209 
670,604 
687,513 

684,172 

669,676 
689,781 
668.766 
688,283 
690,046 
668,435 



669,453 
667,860 
667,928 
085,244 
686,703 
689,455 
675,552 

669,740 
684,596 



671,579 

666,953 
665,856 

677.432 
677,625 

685.245 

671,949 

678,535 

683,433 
690,010 

688,581 

688,582 



074,491 
665,054 

688,284 

670,551 



684,405 

686,574 

672,435 
672,436 

676,115 

676,116 

676,117 

676,118 

685,321 
085.562 
687,553 

686,575 



Feb. 19 
Feb. 12 
Feb. 19 

Aug. 27 

Sept. 3 

Oct. 8 
June 11 

July 23 
Mar. 26 
Nov. 26 

Oct. 8 

Mar. 12 
Dec. 24 
Feb. 26 
Dec. 10 
Dec. 31 
Feb. 19 



Mar. 5 
Feb. 12 
Feb. 12 
Oct. 29 
Nov. 19 
Dec. ,24 
June 4 
Mar. 12 

Oct. 15 



Apr. 9 

Jan. 29 

Jan. 8 



July 2 
July 2 

Oct. 29 

Apr. 16 

July 16 

Oct. 1 
Dec. 31 

Dec. 10 

Dec. 10 



May 21 
Jan. 1 



Dec. 10 
Mar. 26 

Oct. 15 

Nov. 12 

Apr. 23 
Apr. 23 

June 11 



1432 
June 11 1435 



2090 
917 
1792 

3149 

472 

1708 
1921 

3653 

2882 
3468 

1395 

1109 
3917 
2981 
1100 

4480 
2:j23 



677 
1283 
1408 
3393 
1857 
32S3 

352 
1253 

2195 



1317 

4061 
1960 



179 
533 



2018 



22U9 



15 

4416 



1676 
1677 



2073 
418 



1101 
2779 



1856 
1594 



2920 
2922 



June 11 

June 11 

Oct. 29 
Oct. 29 
Nov. 26 



1437 
1440 

3523 

3999 
3555 



462 
195 



701 

97 

378 



815 
674 
760 

311 



914 
663 
252 
1032 
520 



156 
282 
311 

781 

412 

772 

75 

(297 

I 298 

1496 

I 497 

304 



i 453 

1454 



127 
782 
465 

518 

4 
1017 

395 
395 



481 
93,94 
'252 
253 
254 
255 
651 



410 
356 



676 
(676 
1677 
(321 

"(322 



811 
915 
781 



Nov. 12 1595 356 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 
A Iphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



37 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Billingslea. William W., Macon, Ga. Druggist's label case or cabinet 

Billstine, August O. (See Whitmore and Billstine.) 

Bilz, John A., Pleasanton, Cal. Vineyard-plow 

Bimm, Joseph E., Dayton, Ohio. Combined refrigerator and water-cooler 

Binckley George S., assignor of one-half to W. G. Dodd, San Francisco, Cal. 



pressor 



Bindelle. Jean. (See Brouhon, Lambert, assignor.) 
Binder. Frank. (See Parkinson, James, assignor.) 
Bing, William S. (See Callison and Bing.) 

Bingaman, Mary E., Philadelphia, Pa. Drier . 

Bingay, Robert V. (See Sutter and Bingay.) 

Bingham, Ge'orge J., Chicago, 111. Lubricator 

Bingham, George S. (See Calder, James, assignor.) 
Bingham, Robert. (See Schlechtiger and Bingham.) 
Bingham, Robert, West Haddonfleld \. J., and C. Schlechtiger, Nantasket, Mass. 

trie railway 

Binkley, John S., Atchison, Kans. Bridle 



Elec- 



Binn*, David. Campchase, Ohio. Corn-harvester _ ... 

Bippart, Achill, Newark, N. J. Recessed enamel-work 

Bippart, Achill. Newark, N. J. Convertible brooch and pendant 

Bippart, Griscom & Osborn. (See Theberath and Uhry, assignors.) 
Bippart, Griscom & Osborn. (See Theberath and Uhry, assignors.) (Reissue.) 
Bippus. Frederick J. (See Williams, Ebenezer B., assignor.) 
Birch, John H. (See Foley, James S., assignor.) 

Birch, Joseph F., Jr., Washington, D. C. Ash-sifter 

Birch, Richard S., Burlington, N. J. Fifth-wheel .- 

Birchard, Charles T.. Melrose. Mass., and G. R. Campbell, Ellsworth, Me.; said Camp- 
bell assignor to said Birchard. Cutting-off tool . ._ . 

Birchmore, Woodbridge H., Brooklyn, assignor of one-half to C. A. Collins, New York, 
N. Y. Making incandescing mantles _. 

Bird, Charles S., Walpole, Mass. Roofing fabric and preparing same 

Bird, Charles S., Walpole. Mass. Apparatus for the manufacture of roofing fabrics 

Bird, George. Jr., East Chicago, Ind. Machine for rolling horseshoe-blanks _ 

Bird. George W., et al. (See Pratt, Eber W., assignor.) 

Bird. Henry, Newark, N. J. Propagating-pot 



Bird, John, Rockland, Me. Barrel hooping and heading machine. 



Bird. John, Rockland, Me. Nailing-machine. _ 

Bird & Son, F. W. (See Fales. Lewis F., assignor.) 

Bird, Walter L., Burdett, W. Va. Gage 

Birdsall, Benjamin S.. Bowie, La. Liquid-elevating wheel 

Birdsall. Edward T. New Rochelle, assignor to Desberon Motor-Car Co., New York, N. Y. 
Steam-boiler.. 

Birdsall. Edward T.. New Rochelle, assignortoDesberonMotor-CarCo.,NewYork,N. Y. 
Heat-radiating pipe or tube 

Birdsall. Edward T. , New Rochelle, assignor to Desberon Motor-Car Co., New York, N. Y. 
Explosive-engine : _ 

Birdsall, Edward T., New Rochelle, assignor to Desberon Motor Car Company, New 
York. N. Y. Motor-vehicle. 

Birdsall, Edward T., assignor to Desberon Motor-Car Co., New Rochelle, N. Y. Steam- 
boiler 



Birdsall, Edward T., assignor to Desberon Motor-Car Co., New Rochelle, N. Y. Means 
for connecting differential gearing to driving-axles of vehicles 

Birdsey, Isaac W., assignor to Birdsey, Somers and Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Corset 

Birdsey, Isaac W., assignor to Birdsey, Somers and Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Corset. 

Birdsey, Somers and Company. (See Birdsey, Isaac W., assignor.) 

Bird well, James, and W. O. Vance, New Albany, Ind. Car-replacer __ 

Birkel. Benedict H.. et al. (See Huntley, Edward C, assignor.) 

Birkery, Cornelius, assignortc Birkery Manufacturing Company, Hartford, Conn. Tank 
outlet-valve 

Birkery Manufacturing Company. (See Birkery, Cornelius, assignor.) 

Birket, John C. (See Stevens, Lucious O., assignor.) 

Birkett, Edward J., assignor to Milwaukee Harvester Company, 3Iilwaukee, Wis. Pit- 
man-holder 

Birkholz, Richard, Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to Link Belt Machinery Company, Chicago, 
111. Steaming-tank 

Birkholz, Richard, Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to Liquid Carbonic Acid Mfg. Co., Chi- 
cago, 111. Apparatus for cleansing faucets and their connections 

Birky, Joseph D., Hopedale, 111. Portable grain-dump 

Birmingham Iron Foundry. (See Brewster, Frank H., assignor.) 

Birmingham, William E., Philadelphia, Pa. Spectacle or eyeglass case 

Birnbaum. John, Philadelphia, Pa. Device for preventing leaks in steam-Dipes 

Birnie, Alfred, Springfield, and C. W. Gay, West Springfield, Mass. Apparatus for car- 
bonating and delivering liquids 

Birnie, William P., Springfield, and C. W. Gay. West Springfield, assignors to United 
States Automatic Box Machinery Company, Boston, Mass. Set-up and secured col- 
lapsible or knockdown box _ 



Birtwisle, William. Hartford, England. Mowing or reaping machine . 



Bisbee, Edgar C, Minneapolis, Minn. Oil-cake press 

Bisbee, Willie E., and C. H. Sies, Ames, Iowa. Washing-machine 

Bisch, Louis. (See Harzmeier and Bisch.) 

Bischler, Augustus, assignor to Basle Chemical Works, Basle, Switzerland. Producing 

chlorids of aromatic sulfonic acids 

Bischoff, August, Philadelphia. Pa. Fastening for artificial teeth 

Bishoff, John B., Claireview, Mich. Damper-regulator 

Bishop & Babcock Company. (See Champ, Joseph H., assignor.) 

Bishop, Charles, San Francisco, Cal. Reducing-furnace 

Bishop, Clement B. , Philadelphia, Pa. Spectacles or eyeglasses _ 



667,182 

677,495 
672,437 

671,044 



675,808 
667,183 



oss.922 

6S2,125 
677,927 

665,166 

6SG.197 



Feb. 5 

July 2 
Apr. 23 

Apr. 2 



Dec. 17 
Sept. 3 

July 9 

Jan. 1 
Nov. 5 



678,932 July 23 
665,628 Jan. 8 



669,S74 

684,493 
690,348 
090,349 
680,754 

668,767 
666,639 



687,913 
674,396 

671,937 

672,412 

679,410 

684,535 

671,938 

677,771 
668,436 
680,960 

684,344 
605,395 



666,794 

669,250 

680,836 
667,059 

677,753 
668,847 

674,492 

3S1,472 
690,229 

0S3,196 
G67,184 

667,861 
6S9,158 
668,156 



Mar. 12 

Oct. 15 
Dec. 31 
Dec. 31 
Aug. 20 

Feb. 26 



Jan. 29 

Feb. 26 

Dec. 3 
May 21 

Apr. 9 

Apr. 16 

July 30 

Oct. 15 

Apr. 9 

July 2 
Feb. 19 
Aug. 20 

Oct. 8 
Jan. S 

Jan. 29 

Mar. 5 

Aug. 20 
Jan. 29 

July 2 
Feb. 26 

May 21 

Aug. 27 
Dec. 31 

Sept. 24 
Feb. 5 



Feb. 12 
Dec. 17 
Feb. 19 



14 



2S1 
2924 



2:27 



June 4 ; 82' 
Feb. 5 



<;s3.375 Sept. 24 3108 711 96 
670,307 Mar. 19 2339 545 94 



2300 
855 

1138 

658 
914 



30S2 
1534 

1497 

1998 
5015 
5017 
1951 



3423 

3140 

405 
1910 

1964 

2869 

4073 

2058 

1906 

800 
2325 
2343 

1710 
1061 

3739 

334 

2116 
4272 

763 

3147 

2076 

3312 
4814 

2775 

17 



1284 
2739 
1794 



70 
677 



53 



178 
4 



534 
192 
(261 
|2G2 
147 
201 



351 
354 



1157 
1157 
427 

664 

(794 

1795 

1796 

[797 

702 

7i« 

704 

97 
441 

455 

666 

909 

464 

455 

192 
521 

514 

379 



246 

862 

77 

462 



183 
704 



4S1 



730 
(1112 
(1113 
1638 

(039 
4 



635 
403 



94 



96 
95 



95 



95 
94 



97 



94 



j-96 
' 94 

94 

97 
97 
97 
96 

94 

[94 

► 94 

97 
95 

95 

95 

96 

97 

95 

96 
94 
96 



94 



94 

94 

96 
94 

90 
94 

95 

96 

97 

96 
94 



993 



61 

041 



2023 
994 



2035 
256 

132 

1147 



679 
325 

2112 

438 
2940 
2940 
1474 

1651 
7G2 

1680 

1924 
1472 

420 

612 

903 

449 

420 

170 
1492 
1552 

363 

227 

822 

1860 

1500 
923 

101 
1682 

1505 

1764 
2399 

2475 
994 



1265 
2444 
1392 

2544 
230 3 



38 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Bishop, George H., Chicago, 111. Starching-machine _ 

Bishop, Perry D. (See Sprague, Oscar L., assignor.) 

Bishop, Robert H., and E. WT Dawson, London, England; said Bishop assignor to said 

Dawson. Garmen t-stretcher 

Bishop, Simeon, San Francisco, Cal. Preserving foods 

Biskind, Morris, Cleveland, Ohio. Balance-escapement 

Bisler, Gustav A., Philadelphia, Pa. Holder for music-sheets, books, &c 

Bisler, Gustav A., Philadelphia, Pa. Work-bench _._ 

Bisler, Gustav A., Philadelphia, Pa. Attachment for machines for covering paper boxes, 

lids, &c _ 

Bissell, Ambrose S., New York, N. Y. Telegraphic instrument _. 

Bissell Carpet Sweeper Company. (See Shanahan, John W., assignor.) 

Bissell, John, New York, N. Y. Trousers-belt 

Bissett, John H., assignor of one-half to C. F. Wert, Anderson, Ind. Switch throwing 

and locking mechanism 

Bissinger, Benjamin, Chattanooga, Tenn., assignor to Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing 

Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Needle-bar cutter attachment for sewing-machines 

Bistriteauu, Joan. (See Witting and Bistriteanu.) 

Bitner, Harry, Berwyn, 111. Door-operating device for elevator-wells 

Bitner, Harry, Berwyn, 111. Operating device for elevator-doors 

Bitner, Harry, Berwyn, 111. Terminal for pneumatic carriers.-- _ 

Bitner, Henry, Sr., Harrisburg, assignor to A. H. Ege, Mechanicsburg, Pa. Dumping-i 
wagon -. _. ; 

Bittner, Emanuel, Harbine, Nebr. Sash-fastener 

Bittner, Oliver F., et al. (See Huntley, Edward C, assignor.) 

Bixler, Harris J. (See Butler, Samuel W., assignor.) 

Bixon, Frank P. (See Russell and Bixon.) 

Bizouarne, Leon F. , and E. Kugler, Paris, France. Means for preventing refilling of bottles 

Bjarnason, Bjarni, Seattle, Wash. Dynamo-electric machine 

Bjerkness, Karl K., Kaslo, Canada. Firearm 

Bjerregaard, August P. (See Cooper and Bjerregaard.) 

Bjorgo, A. H. (See Bloker, Charles, assignor.) 

Bjurlund, John F. (See Morison, Joseph S., assignor.) 

Bjurlund, John F., Richmond Hill, N. Y. Contact-shoe carrier 

Bjurlund, John F., assignor of one-half to J. S. Morison, Richmond Hill, N. Y. Current- 
interrupter in conducting-rail-contact systems _ _ 

Blache, Justin, Valence, France. Potato-peeling machine __ __ 

Black, Amos R., near Lamar, Colo. Arrastreor scouring-mill 

Black, Amos R., near Lamar, Colo. Amalgamator _ 

Black, Frank E., Bellemont, Ariz. Ter. Combined hobby-horse and tricycle 

Black, George, and T. L. Dodd, assignors, by mesne assignments, to J. E. Henry, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Attachment for automatic circular-knitting machines 

Black, Henry B., et al. (See Monroe, Charles H., assignor.) 

Black, Howard. (See Ebner, Peter, assignor.) 

Black, Jacob H., Trinidad, Colo. Spark-arrester 

Black, John L. (See Jarvis, Elmer E., assignor.) 

Black, Wesley A. (See Bessey and Black.) 

Black, William C, Chicago, 111. Skipping-rope 

Black, William H, New York, N. Y. Safety-check 

Black, William J., Chicago, 111. Dumping-box for wagons 

Blackburn, B. M., et al. (See Jeter, Edmond W., assignor.) 

Blackburn, Jesse E., Stephen's Chapel, Tenn. Sash-fastener _ .. 

Blackburn, John T. D., Albany, N. Y. Wagon attachment for supporting chutes 

Blackburn, Thomas C, Boone, N. C. Fruit-gatherer.. _ 

Blackford, Atwell J., assignor to United Blue Flame Oil Stove Company, Cleveland,) 
Ohio. Oil-burner : ) 

Blackie, Alfred, Tunbridge Wells, England. Apparatus for drying hops .-- 

Blackinton, Henry B., Winthrop, Me., assignor to Cox and Company, Incorporated, Bos-) 
ton, Mass. Machine for covering boxes./. _ ) 

Blackinton, Henry B., Winthrop, Me., assignor to Cox and Company, Incorporated, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Machine for covering boxes 

Blackinton, Henry B., Winthrop, Me., assignor of two-thirds to W. F. Cox, Milton, and 
M. E. Ginn, Winchester, Mass. Box-covering machine _ 

Blackledge, Albert S., et al. (See Everett, John E., assignor.) 

Blackledge, Frank H., et al. (See Everett, John E., assignor.) 

Blackledge, John W., et al. (See Everett, John E., assignor.) 

Blackman, Henry. New York, N. Y. Means for connecting electrodes. 

Blackman, John J., New Britain, assignor of one-half to G. P. Bradstreet, Thomaston,) 
Conn. Surf ace-finishing for floors, ceilings, &c ) 

Blackman, Joseph N. (See Hagen and Mcintosh, assignors.) 

Blackmer, Herbert C, Melrose, Mass. Card-file 

Blackmer Manufacturing Company. (See Blackmer, Robert M., assignor.) 

Blackmer, Robert M., assignor to Blackmer Manufacturing Company, Detroit, Mich. 
AVater-motor _ 

Blackmore, Henry S., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Automatic fluopneumatie ejector 

Blackmore, Henry S., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Reducing metals and producing alloys 
thereof ___ 

Blackmore, Henry S., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Making carbids 

Blackmore, Henry S., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Generating acetylene gas 

Blackmore, Henry S., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Reducing metals 

Blackmore, Henry S., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Making sulfur trioxid 

Blackmore, Henry S., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Making sulfuric anhydrid 

Blackmore, James E., Newark, N. J. Pistol for firing flash-light cartridges 

Blackstone, Clarence W., Elgin, assignor to F. PI. Knapp, Aurora, 111. Shade adjust- 
ment -.- - 

Blackstone, George V. (See Rice, Frank C, assignor.) 

Blackwell, Charles, assignor to G. W. Blackwell, Viuita, Ind. Ter. Hay-rake 

Blackwell, G. W. (See Blackwell. Charles, assignor.) 

Blackwelli James R., New York, N. Y. Battery-tray. 

Blackwood, Willard B., Milford, Mass. Hat-shaping machine -.- 

Blades, Leonard J., assignor to National Ticket Case Co., Chicago, 111. Ticket case and 
holder 



674,995 

668,620 
683,899 
685,91)5 
674,668 
678,639 

679,592 
670,980 

684,345 

679,593 

678,993 

671,580 
676,833 
677,928 
684,039 
675,809 



| 670,267 
678,157 
684,173 



683,839 

670,380 
686,576 
681,033 
681,034 
672,438 

670,489 



676,119 

674,431 
675,766 
671,102 

667,420 
082.969 
676,411 

6S7,111 
672,819 
688,055 

688,285 
668,621 



667,421 
683,009 

684,668 



688.233 
669.572 

675,190 
681,096 
682,521 
685,198 
686,021 
686,022 

682,131 

674,331 

682,132 

675,708 
671,157 

678.9133 



May 28 

Feb. 26 
Oct. 8 
Nov. 5 
May 21 
July 16 

July 30 
Apr. 2 

Oct. 8 

July 30 

July 23 

Apr. 9 
June 18 
July 9 
Oct. 8 
June 4 



Mar. 19 
July 9 
Oct. 8 



Oct. 1 

Mar. 19 
Nov. 12 
Aug. 20 
Aug. 20 
Apr. 23 

Mar. 26 



June 11 

May 21 
June 4 
Apr. 2 

Feb. 5 
Sept. 17 
June 18 

Nov. 19 
Apr. 23 
Dec. 3 

Dec. 10 
Feb. 26 



Feb. 5 
Sept. 17 

Oct 15 



Dec. 3 
Mar. 12 

May 28 
Aug. 20 
Sept. 10 
Oct. 22 
Nov. 5 
Nov. 5 

Sept. 3 

May 14 

Sept. 3 

June 4 
Apr. 2 

July 23 



2961 

2672 

875 

342 

2399 

2535 

4433 
97 

1713 

4435 

3207 

1318 
2813 
1141 
1142 



2272 
1564 



746 

2477 
1597 
2484 
2487 
2925 

2068 



1443 



1974 
735 
336 

496 

2392 
2032 

2671 

3645 

685 



1110 
2673 



498 
2474 



2323 



995 
925 

3332 

259S 
1557 
330S 
573 
574 



1765 



647 
474 



3084 



678 



599 



70 
554 
568 

997 
24 

379 

997 

718 

305 
1637 
1638 

262 
1253 
|254 

178 



530 
1360 
1361 

311 



164 

578 
357 
550 
550 
677 

626 



323 



457 
156 



100 
541 
452 

(587 
1588 
1837 
1838 
1159 
1160 

255 

600 



100 
561 



526 



230 
221 



(193 
1194 

407 

194 

133 
109 

690 



"UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



39 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Blaetz, Jacob H.. assignor to R. Pilling and R. Madeley, Philadelphia, Pa. Hosiery 

Blagden, John D., Memphis, Tenn. Multidisk phonograph 

Blagdon-Richards, Albert F., Swansea, England. Spring for velocipede-saddles 

Blaine, David W. (See Hines, William A., assignor.) 

Blaine, George E., Coshocton, Ohio. Clod-crusher and land-leveler 

Blair, C. A., etal. (See Johnson, William H., assignor.) 

Blair Camera Company of Maine. (See Prentice, Adrastus P., assignor.) 

Blair. Clara V. D., Cincinnati. Ohio. Holding device for clothing, &c _. 

Blair, Cornelius J., Harrisburg, Pa. Printer's galley 

Blair. Frank. (See Blair, Rolandis A., assignor.) 

Blair, George W., Pittsburg, and H. J. Hays, Baldwin Township, Pa. Making hollow glass 

articles 

Blair, George W., and H. J. Hays, Pittsburg, Pa. Manufacturing hollow glass articles .. 
Blair, John C, assignor of one-half to R. Wedekind. Louisville. Ky. Fountain-spittoon 
Blair Manufacturing Company. (See Forrester, Isaac N., assignor.) 
Blair, Rolandis A., New Haven, Ind., assignor of one-half to F. Blair, Bellevue, Ohio. 

Angle-bar st raightener 

Blair, Thomas H, Northboro, Mass. Cash-register. __ 

Blair, William G. (See Adkins and Blair.) 

Blaisdell, Hiram W., Yuma, Ariz. Ter. Conveyer 

Blaisdell, Hiram W., Yuma, Ariz. Ter. Centrifugal distributer _ 

Blaisdell, John H. (See Brawn and Fitzgerald, assignors.) 

Blaisdell, Philo C. (See Gray, Edward, assignor.) 

Blake and Johnson. (See Sperry, Henry T., assignor.) 

Blake, Charles G.. Chicago, 111. Mausoleum 

Blake, Franklin, trustee. (See Parker, William H., assignor.) 

Blake, George A., New Bedford, Mass. Self-closing valve. 

Blake, George A., New Bedford, Mass. Faucet _.. 

Blake, Herbert S., Amherst, Mass. Machine for pressing and finishing hats 

Blake, Hubert V., Accrington, England. Hydraulic ram 

Blake, John, Langford, Colo. Dumping-wagon __ _ 

Blake, John E.. New York, N. Y. Motor _.. 

Blake, Lucien I., Lawrence, and L. N. Morscher, Neodesha, Kans. Electrical separation 
of conductors from non-conductors _ 

Blake, Lucien I., Lawrence, and L. N. Morscher, Neodesha, Kans. Mechanism for sepa- 
ration of conductors from non-conductors .-- 

Blake, Richard C Cincinnati. Ohio. Low or high water alarm. 

Blake, Sherman J. (See Fickinger and Blake.) 

Blake, ThedeP., Lamar, Nebr. Drill 

Blake, William G., and J. M. Dennett, Castine, Me. Composition for preventing mildew 
on canvas - ... 

Blake, William S. W. (See Garrett and Blake.) 

Blakeman, H. E., et al. (See Kirshman, Thomas, assignor.) 

Blakeman, H. E., et al. (See Kirshman and Medlin, assignors.) 

Blakeman, H. E., et al. (See Medlin, Logan M., assignor.) 

Blakeney, Albert A. (See Rogers and Blakeney.) . 

Blakeslee, Edward E., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to E. Faber Pencil Company. Display- 
card for pencils, &c 

Blakeslee, George F., Birmingham, Ala. Clutch __. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Blakeslee, John R.. Glenville, assignor to Ajax Manufacturing Company, Cleveland,! 
Ohio. Rivet-making machine \ 

Blakeslee, John R., Glenville, assignor to Ajax Manufacturing Company, Cleveland.! 

Ohio. Making jaw-rods __ | 

Blakeslee, John R., Glenville, assignor to Ajax Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, 

Ohio. Die.. .' .. 

Blakeslee. William A. (See Allpress and Blakeslee.) 

Blarney, Edward, Jersey City, N. J. Door-check _ 

Blarney, Edward, Jersey City, N. J. Tube-stopper 

Blanchard, Albert. (See Brown. James W., assignor.) 

Blanchard, Charles H., Cincinnati, Ohio. Range 

Blanchard, Charles H., Batavia, Ohio. Automatic egg-boiler 

Blanchard, Charles H., Batavia, Ohio, assignor of one-half to E. C. Moore & Son, Detroit, 

Mich. Insect-trap 

Blanchard, Charles W., et al. (See Ashford. Thomas B., assignor.) 

Blanchard, Frederick B„ Lewiston. Minn. Sack-holder _ _ 

Blanchard, Harry G., Bay, Ark. Attachment for shingle-sawing machines 

Blanchard, Helen A., Portland. Me. Hat-sewing machine 



Blanchard, Helen A, Portland, Me. Overseaming sewing-machine 

Blanchard, Helen A., Portland, Me. Seam for sewed articles 

Blanchard, Helen A., Portland, Me. Hat and applying sweat-bands thereto 

Blanchard, Helen A., Philadelphia, Pa. Hat-sewing machine 

Blanchard, Isaac M., New Albany, Ohio. Corn-harvester _ 

Blanchard, Sidney R. (See Ballard and Blanchard.) 

Blanchard, Thomas E., Rifle, Colo. Washing-machine _ 

Blanchard, William, Scranton, Miss. Vessel- 

Blanchette. Jeffrie, Chippewa Falls, Wis. Draft-equalizer. _ _ 

Blanchfield, John. (SeeHovis, Charles W., assignor.) 

Bland, John C, Jr., Sewickley, Pa. Vaporizer for explosive-engines _. 

Bland, Mortimer A., Charlotte, N. C. Mold for fibrous articles 

Blandin, Walker H., Sedalia, Mo. Display-rack _ _ 

Blaney, Cyril C. (See Goodfellow, Charles S., assignor.) 

Blaney, William M.. Homer, N. Y. Device for removing butter, &c, from vessels. 

Blankenburg, Henry, Lohrville, Iowa. Hand nailing implement 

Blase, Henry F., et al. (See Sewell and Seger, assignors.) 

Blaser, Christ, Berwick, Kans. Hay-knife 

Blasser, Ernest, Boston, Mass. Gas and air mixing apparatus 

Blast Furnace Power Syndicate. (See Thwaite and Mensforth, assignors. ) 

Blatt. Charles. (See Grader, Joseph, assignor.) 

Blatt, Peter, Allegheny, Pa. Joint for curtain-sti etchers, step-ladders, or the like 



i;s2,'.im4 

671,305 
678.372 

675,924 



075,925 

oo7.,so2 



688,923 

oss.92-1 
672,392 



666,619 
676.216 

679,875 
689,456 



680,908 

671,717 
689,011 
674,132 
008.072 
684,174 
679,876 

668,791 

668,792 



681,035 

i;7:;>.v- 



os'.i,oo7 
671,306 

680,217 
680,218 

680.219 

667,761 
670,528 

666,460 
681,184 

673,155 

668,483 
677,534 

683,900 

683,901 

683,902 
684,175 
684,176 
689,949 

! 688,381 

689,782 

! 679,938 

682,905 

6SI 1,837 
i 679,210 

'■ 677,732 
677,155 

678,373 
685,027 



Sept. 17 
Apr. 2 

July 16 
June 11 



June 11 
Feb. 12 



Dec. 17- 
Dec. 17 
Apr. 16 

Jan. 22 
June 11 



Aug. 6 
Dec. 24 



Aug. 20 

Apr. 9 
Dec. 31 
May 14 
Feb. 26 
Oct. 8 
Aug. 6 

Feb. 26 

Feb. 26 
Nov. 12 

Aug. 20 

May 14 



Dec. 24 

Apr. 2 

Aug. 13 
Aug. 13 

Aug. 13 

Feb. 12 
Mar. 26 

Jan. 22 
Aug. 27 

Apr. 30 

Feb. 19 
July 2 

Oct. 8 

Oct. 8 

Oct. 8 
Oct. 8 
Oct. 8 
Dee. 31 

Dec. 10 
Dec. 24 
Aug. 6 

Sept. 17 
Aug. 20 
July 23 

July 2 
June 25 

July 16 
Oct. 22 



084,597 Oct. 15 



22*2 



19S7 



1062 



1063 
1285 



2311 

2312 

2S15 



3386 
1638 



301 
3284 



2247 

1579 
4418 
1398 
27*2 
1398 
304 

3031 



1229 
24S9 



3078 
806 

924 
930 

931 

1093 
2737 

3090 
2767 

4327 

2408 
355 

876 
885 



1399 

1401 
4264 

1276 

39 IS 
425 

2283 
2118 
3655 

718 
3427 

1989 

2987 



515 
178 

i 452 
1453 

234 



234 



535 
535 
650 



785 
364 
365 

64.65 

772 



494 

365 

1018 
323 
621 
312 
65.66 

676 



272 
551 



864 
179 
206 

207 
208 

, 20S 
i209 

209 

238 

642 

715 

614 

996 

540 
86 

; 194 

195 
,196 
197 



312 
313 
989 

293 
914 



515 
462 
815 

171 
772 

453 



Official 
Gazette. 



96 
95 

^96 
95 



95 
94 



97 
97 
95 



94 
f-95 



97 



95 
97 
95 
94 
97 
96 

94 

94 
97 

96 

95 



2198 497 



-96 



96 



94 
94 



97 
97 
97 
97 

97 
97 
96 

96 
96 
96 

96 
95 

96 

97 



2355 
167 

438 



20SS 
1265 



2361 

2361 

601 



734 

2205 



1103 
2570 



1532 

343 

2822 
1351 
1610 
303 
1104 

1659 

1660 
1232 

1580 

1253 



2650 
169 

1244 
1245 

1246 

1227 
2401 

673 
1657 

957 

1510 
76 

197 

199 

200 

303 

303 

2789 

2127 
2701 
1126 

2356 

1507 
795 

152 
2599 

439 



477 



40 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Blattner, Friedrich H., and T. Condra, Brooklyn, N. Y. Rotatable polishing and scrub- 
bing machine : 

Blattner, Joseph, Allegheny, Pa. Steam and air coupling 

Blatz, Louis, La Mirada, Cal. Non-refillable package for semisolids 

Blau, Fritz, Vienna, Austria-Hungary. Manufacture of electric glow-lamps 

Blauhorn, Emanuel, assignor to Firm of A. Friedmann, Vienna, Austria-Hungary. Lu- 

bricating-pump .' _ 

Blauvelt, Joseph F. (See AVood, James L., assignor. ) 

Bleaden, Benjamin, Chicago, 111. Ring _ _ ___ 

Blecher, George E. (See Verge, Henry A., assignor.) 

Bleha, William V., St. Louis, Mo. Hat-hanger 

Bleichert & Co., Adolf. (See Pfaffenbach, Rudolf, assignor.) 

Blessing, Gay P., assignor of one-half to F. N. Gillespie, New Milford, Pa. Auxiliary? 

spacing device for type-writing machines ) 

Blessing, IraH., Albany, N. Y. Telegrapher's finger-guard 

Blethrow, Harry C, et al. (See Walker, William S., assignor. ) 

Blevney, John O, Newark, N. J. Power-transmitting means for horseless carriages 

Blevney, John C, Newark, N. J. Motor-driven vehicle .- 

Blevney, John C, Newark, N. J. AVater-feeder for boilers 

Blevney, John C, Newark, N. J. Water-gage for horseless carriages 

Bleyer, Samuel T., Chicago, 111. Furnace 

Blickensderfer, George C, Stamford, Conn. Type-writing machine _ 

Blickman, Sophie, New York; N. Y. Grater .__ '.. 

Bliden, Albert, New York, N. Y. Overseaming sewing-machine 

Blimline, Emanuel J., et al. (See Wetzler, Leo, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Blin, Emile. (See Thompson and Blin.) 

Bliss, Amos R., Lowell, Mass., assignor to New England Motor Company, of Massachu- 
setts. Dynamo-electric machine : 

Bliss, Donald M., Lowell, Mass., assignor to New England Motor Company, of Massachu- 
setts. Dynamo-electric machine _ t __ 

Bliss, Donald M., Lowell. Mass., assignor to New England Motor Company, of Massachu- 
setts. Dynamo-eleotric machine , 

Bliss, Donald M., Lowell, Mass., assignor to Automatic Telephone Meter Company, of? 
New Jersey. Telephone metering system '. A 

Bliss, Donald M., Lowell, Mass., assignor to Automatic Telephone Meter Company, 
Orange, N. J. Telephone-meter 

Bliss Electric Car Lighting Company. (See Bliss, William L., assignor.) 

Bliss, Harry H. (See Selkirk, James, assignor.) 

Bliss, Henry H., Washington, D. C, assignor to J. A. Jeffrey, Columbus, Ohio. Manu- 
facture of chain-links _ _ - __ 

Bliss, Herbert, Sheboygan, Wis. Disk cutting and boring machine 

Bliss, William L., New York, N. Y., assignor to Bliss Electric Car Lighting Company, 

East Orange, N. J. Driving mechanism for dynamos 

Bloch, Adolph D., Mobile, Ala. Vehicle-axle bearing 

Bloch, Ferdinand, et al. (See Hauslehner, Leopold, assignor.) 

Blocher, John, assignor of one-half to E. E. Miller, Franklin Grove, 111. Voting-machine. 

Block, Carl, St. Louis, Mo. Horse-collar fastener 

Block, Ike. (See Gury, John B., assignor.) 

Block, Ike, and J. B. Gury, St. Louis, Mo. Cloth-cutting machine _ 

Block, John H., et al. (See Grim, Jacob, assignor.) 

Block, Wesley S. (See Lavigne, Joseph P., assignor.) 

Bloemker, Henry W., Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for making paper tubes ._ 

Bloes, Wilton S. (See Harloe, Morton, assignor.) 

Bloker, Charles, assignor of one-half to A. H. Bjorgo, Kensett, Iowa. Animal-trap 

Blom, Axel W., and A. F. Nordquist, New York, N. Y. Ice-velocipede 

Blom, Charles A., Orangevale, Cal. Horse-collar 

Blomen, Jonas E., and H. C. Aspinwall, Pompton Township, N. J. Explosive and mak- 
ing same 

Blomen, Jonas E., and H. C. Aspinwall, Pompton Township, N. J. Explosive and mak- 
ing same _ _ 

Blomen, Jonas E., and H. C. Aspinwall, Pompton Township, N. J. Making explosives. .. 

Blomster, Johan, and C. J. E. Gustafsson, Boras, Sweden; said Blomster assignor to 
said Gustafsson. Alarm apparatus for bicycles, &c ___ 

Blomstrom, Carl H., assignor to Lake Shore Engine Works, Marquette, Mich. Sparking 
igniter for internal-combustion engines 

B'omstrom, Carl H.,assignortoLakeShoreEngine Works, Marquette, Mich. Vaporizer? 
for internal-combustion engines ...) 

Blomstrom, Carl H., assignor to Lake Shore Engine Works, Marquette, Mich. Governing 
mechanism for internal-combustion engines . . _ 

Blondel, Mercer D., assignor of one-half to P. B. Turpin, Washington, D. C. Hair-drier . 

Blood, Charles W. H., assignor to S. A. Woods Machine Company, Boston, Mass. Bor- 
ing-machine 

Blood, Charles W. H., assignor to S. A. Woods Machine Company, Boston, Mass. Feed- 
roll for planing-machines _ _ __ 

Blood, Charles W. H., Boston, and F. F. Woods, Brookline, assignors to S. A. Woods Ma- 
chine Company, Boston, Mass. Gage for setting cutter-head blades 

Blood, Edward, et al. (See Jackson, William H., assignor.) 

Blood, George, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Knitting-machine -- - 

Blood, John, et al. (See Jackson, William H., assignor.) 

Blood, John B., Newburyport, Mass. Dynamo-electric machine - 

Blood, John B., Newburyport, Mass. Winding for dynamo-electric machines - 

Blood, Oscar F. (See Hodgson and Blood.) 

Blood, Robert C, Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for printing stockings, &c 

Bloom, Camden L., Independence, Kans. Band-wheel for well-digging apparatus. 

Bloom, Charles W. (See Wilcox, Charles M., assignor.) 

Bloom, John J., and A. W. Mensor, Seattle, Wash. Garment-supporter 



087,120 
690,130 
670,834 
674,754 

676,867 

690,095 

683,168 

679,013 
681,185 

674,665 

674,666 

688,286 
688,287 

676,868 

666,176 

673,895 
679,067 



669,573 

669,574 

669,575 
672,546 

673,072 



684,040 
681,294 

665,362 
608,082 

684,395 

667,289 

665,167 

679,594 

680,114 
675,954 
666,640 

674,159 

674,291 
674,292 

679.825 

670,914 
680,115 

680,116 
671,077 

669,473 

690,383 

678,712 

674,667 

681,295 
685,966 

GS0,687 
671,751 

689,534 



Nov. 26 
Dec. 31 
June 18 
May 21 

June 25 

Dec. 31 

Sept. 24 

July 23 

Aug. 27 

May 21 

May 21 

Dec. 10 
Dec. 10 

June 25 



Jan. 15 

May 14 
July 23 



Mar. 12 

Mar. 12 

Mar. 12 
Apr. 23 

Apr. 30 

Oct. 8 
Aug. 27 

Jan. 1 
Feb. 12 

Oct. 8 

Feb. 5 

Jan. 1 

July 30 

Aug. 6 
May 28 
Jan. 29 

May 14 

May 14 
May 14 

Aug. 6 

Mar. 26 
Aug. 6 

Aug. 6 
Apr. 2 

Mar. 5 

Dec. 31 

July 16 

May 21 

Aug. 27 
Nov. 5 

Aug. 20 
Apr. 9 

Dec. 24 



3288 
4630 
2814 
2537 



4569 
2729 



3251 
2768 

2390 

2392 

1112 
1113 

2884 



2512 

971 
3365 



926 

928 

930 
3113 

4154 



1152 
2979 

993 

1655 

1835 
222 

660 

4436 

728 
2882 
3436 

1448 

1691 
1692 

206 

3422 

729 

731 
286 

724 

5095 

2652 

2398 

2982 
465 

1804 
1634 

3440 



720 
1009 
638 
587 

648 

1053 



1726 

"1727 

615 

551 
(551 
^552 
(553 

256 

256 
1648 
1649 
1583 
^ 584 
I 585 

227 
1749 
1750 



221 

221 

222 
(723 

|724 

950 



254 
1661 
"1662 

230 

369 

(404 

K405 

(406 

47 

147 



997 

161 
603 

798 



44 

812 
t 161 
"I 162 

162 
66 

170 

1175 

597 

553 

662 
93,94 

1397 

| 398 

377 

807 



97 
97 
95 



95 

97 
96 

-96 
96 

95 

► 95 

97 I 2094 
97 2095 

: 95 

► 94 
95 



94 
94 

94 

^95 

95 



97 
{-96 

94 
94 

(-97 

94 

94 

96 

96 
95 
94 

95 

95 
95 

96 

94 
i-96 



95 
94 



96 



97 

-96 
95 

97 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



41 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No, 



Date. 



Monthly 
Tolume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Bloom, John S., Winthrop, Iowa. Machine for crushing and cutting corn __- 

Bloom, NicklasH., Nashua, Iowa. Riding attachment for harrows 

Bloomqulst, Andrew, et al. (See Anderson, H. Andrew, assignor.) 
Bloss, Frank L. (See Snyder and Bloss.) 

Blossom, Edward H., St. Johnsbury, Vt. Railway-car 

Blott. John C Prospect, Wis. Tacking-tool 

Blount, Eugene I., Everett, assignor of one-half to T. King, Boston, Mass. Door-check. 
Blowers, Samuel H., Zanesville, Ohio. Pile-driver _.. ___ 



Blue, Charles E. (See Mitchell, Frank S., assignor.) 

Blue, Charles E., Wheeling, W. Va. Machine for manufacturing blown glassware 

Blue. Charles E., Wheeling, W. Va. Machine for the manufacture of glassware... 

Blue. Charles E., Wheeling, W. Va. Machine for manufacture of glassware 

Blue, Charles E., Wheeling, W. Va. Machine for the manufacture of glassware... 

Blue, Charles E., Wheeling, W. Va. Machine for the manufacture of glassware 



Blue, Charles E., Wheeling, W. Va. Machine for the manufacture of glassware 

Blue, Charles E. , Wheeling, W. Va. Machine for the manufacture of narrow-neck glass-i 
ware --- --- ' 

Blue, Charles E., and W. B. Jones, Wheeling, W. Va. Machine for the manufacture ofi 
narrow-neck bottles. (Reissue) < 

Blue, William E., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Refrigerator attachment 

Blueher, Herman, Albuquerque, N. Mex. Ter. Irrigating device 

Blueher, Herman, Albuquerque, N. Mex. Ter. Irrigating device 

Bluemel, Frederick R. (See Stevens, Harrold, and Bluemel.) 

Blum, Edward, et al. (See Muir, David N., assignor.) 

Blum, Ferdinand, assignor to Pharmaceutisches Institut Ludwig Wilhelm Gans, Frank- 
fort -on-the-Main, Germany. Halogen albumen and making same 

Blum, Isaac, et al. (See Muir, David N., assignor.) 

Blum, John, West Hoboken, N. J., assignor of one-half to W. J. Hopkins, Catasauqua, 
Pa. Clutch and reversing mechanism _ _ 

Blum, John H. (See Kramer and Blum.) 

Blume, Robert J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Boot or shoe 

Blumenthal & Company, Sidney. (See Stolzenberg, Frederick, assignor.) 

Blumer, Caspar, New York, N. Y. Oil-burner for heating purposes 

Blumle, Francis X., Emporium, Pa. Summer-house 

Blunk, Levi, Louisville, Ky. Wheel-wrench 

Blust, Charles, New York, N. Y., assignor to W. Schimper & Company, Hoboken, N. J. 
Chatelaine 

Boardman, Samuel H., et al. (See Hoyle, William E., assignor.) 

Boas, Edward. (See Neuffer, Bennett, Boas, and Hair.) 

Boberg. Christian J. L., Hamburg. Germany. Stuffing-box packing 

Bobin, Henri H. H., Pantin, France. Cigarette-making machine- 

Bobrick, Gabriel A.. Los Angeles, Cal. Means for utilizing liquefied gases as motive 



pov 



Bobrick, Gabriel A., Los Angeles, Cal. Refrigerator 

Bobrick, Gabriel A., Los Angeles, Cal. Receptacle for containing liquid air or other 



gases 



Bobrick, Gabriel A., Los Angeles, Cal. System for utilizing liquid air or other gases fori 

purposes of refrigeration and power _ ._ '_ 

Boch, Philipp, New York, N. Y. Car-brake _ ._. 

Boche, Louis, Chicago, 111. Candle-holder _. . 

Bochmann & Company, F. A. (See Landenberger, Charles H., assignor.) 

Bock, Frank F., et al. (See Knell, William F., assignor.) 

Bock, Richard. (See Wacker and Bock. ) 

BScker, Richard. (See Kleinschmidt, Hans, assignor.) 

Bocksch, Paul R., York, Pa. Steam propulsion device 

Bocorselski, Frank E., Hartford, Conn. Universal joint 

Bocorselski, Frank E., Springfield, Mass. Universal joint _ 

Boda, William J. (See Boda, William K. and W. J.) 

Boda, William K. and W. J., Dayton, Ohio. Means for forming tees for golf -balls 

Boddam, Edmond M. T., London, England. Gun for throwing high-explosive charges _. 

Bode, Peter J., assignor of one-eighth to W. Schmermund, St. Louis, Mo. Pump 

Bodell, Allen W., Chicago, 111. Water-filter 

Boden, James D., Paris, Tenn. Automatic vehicle-brake _ 



IMI.T55 

684.783 



670,529 
675,926 

685,708 



667,669 

666,595 

679,664 

682,906 
684,669 

687,595 

687,596 

687,597 

11,890 

684,177 
673,695 
674,896 



678,330 

675,709 

673,552 

670,660 
679,103 
683,840 



Aug. 20 
Oct. 22 



Mar. 26 
June 11 

Oct. 29 



Feb. 12 

Jan. 22 

July 30 

Sept. 17 
Oct. 15 

Nov. 26 

Nov. 26 

Nov. 26 

Feb. 19 

Oct. 8 
May 7 
May 28 



July 9 

June 4 

May 7 

Mar. 26 
July 23 
Oct. 1 



686,885 Nov. 19 



Bodenstein, Henry, Arlington, Mass. Ice-planer 

Bodine, Harry E. (See Reynolds and Bodine.) 

Boeck, Charles H., assignor to Novelty Manufacturing Company, Jackson, Mich. 



Air- 



register . 



Boeckmann, Paul von, Washington, D. C. Spirometer 

Boehm, John K., and C. R. Waldron, Ceylon, Ohio. Bicycle-handle 

Boehm, Wilhelm, Berlin, Germany, assignor to G. A. Weiss, New York, N. Y. Self-act- 
ing igniting device 

Boehme, Louis A., Chicago, 111. Toy - 

Boehmler, George, assignor to C. B. Headly, Philadelphia, Pa. Brazing tubes 

Boehringer & Soehne, C. F. (See Ach, Fritz, assignor.) 
Boehringer & Soehne, C. F. (See Ach, Lorenz, assignor.) 
Boehringer & Soehne, C. F. (See Fischer, Emil, assignor.) 

Boeing, Leo O., Vallendar, Germany. Annular chamber-oven 

Boeing, Leo O., Vallendar. Germany. Injector for forcing hot air... 

Boekel, Julius. (See Boekel, William and J.) 

Boekel, William and J., Philadelphia, Pa. Spray-tube for nebulizers 

Boekel, William and J., Philadelphia, Pa. Spray-tube for nebulizers 

Boekel, William and J., Philadelphia, Pa. Sterilizer-case 

Boekel, William and J., Philadelphia, Pa. Impact water-motor _ __. 

Boeker. Anton. (See Clouse. Joseph N., assignor.) 

Boenker, Henry H., St. Charles, Mo. Corn-harvester 



672,255 
689,057 

672,256 
672,257 

673,073 

683,010 J 

684,178 
673,467 



674,897 
666,406 
678,093 

683,244 
667,290 

670,86S 

672,846 

685,246 

670,698 



684,179 
675,927 



Apr. 16 
Dec. 17 

Apr. 16 
Apr. 16 

Apr. 30 
Sept. 17 

Oct. 8 

May 7 



May 28 
Jan. 22 
July 9 

Sept. 24 
Feb. 5 

Mar. 26 

Apr. 23 

Oct. 29 

Mar. 26 



Dec. 10 
Oct. 8 
June 11 



8,056 Dec. 3 
8,829 : Feb. 26 
4,670 Oct. 15 



673,696 May 7 
676,673 June 18 

669,020 i Feb. 26 

074,833 | May 21 

682,522 ! Sept. 10 

' Sept. 17 



1953 
2530 



2739 
1064 

4259 



917 



4548 

2286 
2324 

3628 

3634 

3635 

2659 

1404 

613 

2796 



1886 
648 



2993 
3454 
748 

2230 



2575 
2569 

2576 
2578 

4156 

2476 

1405 
196 



2798 
2983 
1440 



428 
578 



642 
234 
975 
976 

,196 
197 
'198 

776 
41023 
11034 

515 

527 

T9S 

799 
VM 
799 
800 
596 
597 
313 
144 
639 



134 

87 

703 
770 
165 

494 



593 
£92 

594 
594 

951 
561 

314 

46 



691 



2872 659 
47,48 
791 

792 



223 
3345 
3703 
3396 



685,464 



Oct. 29 



3051 

1115 
1407 
1065 

687 
3094 
2326 



616 
2522 

3475 

2675 
1558 
1800 

3822 



853 
1782 
1783 

(716 
1717 



256 
1314 
| 315 

234 

160 
690 
527 



97 



► 94 



145 
563 

777 
614 
354 
413 

(876 / 
1877 j 



1475 
564 



94 


724 


96 


1000 


96 
97 


2356 
502 


97 


1766 


97 


1768 


97 


1768 


94 


1564 


97 
95 
95 


304 

1174 
1668 



2401 
2089 

937 
1193 



401 

1989 

1126 

2451 
752 
151 

1464 



554 

2408 

554 
554 

924 

2394 

304 
1091 



1668 
651 
313 

2494 
1035 

2523 

807 
761 

2462 



305 

2089 



1672 
503 



1175 
2401 

1748 
1625 
2190 
2261 

851 



42 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly- 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Boenning, William M., Port Washington, Wis. Chair _ 

Boerner, Henry. (See Wise, Harry, assignor.) 

Boersig, Edward J., Detroit, Mich. Spool-stand __ 

Boettcher, Henry R., Chicago, 111. Animal-shears _ 

Boettner, John. Jr. (See Enos, Charles W., assignor.) 

Bogardus, Washington A. H., New York, N. Y. Tubular despatch apparatus 

Bogardus, Washington A. H, New York, N. Y. Receiving mechanism tor tubular transit 



systems. 



Bogardus, Washington A. H., New York, N. Y. 
systems.-. . 

Bogardus, Washington A. H., New York, N. Y. 
Bogardus, Washington A. H., New York, N. Y. 
Bogardus, Washington A. H., New York, N. Y. 



Receiving mechanism for tubular transit 



systems- 



Pneumatic transit apparatus 

Carrier for tubular despatch systems . . 
Receiving apparatus for tubular transit; 



Bogardus, Washington A. H., New York, N. Y. Tubular transit apparatus 

Bogart, Henry W., assignor to Tarbox & Bogart Mfg. Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Fruit-jar 



opener. 



Bogel, Josef, assignor to F. Krupp, Essen, Germany. Working pawl for ammunltion-i 
hoists _ | 

Boger, Jerome O., Redlands, Cal. Plow ..'. 

Boger, Peter, MarioD, Ohio. Fence-wire tightener _ 

Boggs, Alden B., Covington, Ohio. Receptacle for cultivating and preserving flowers. .. 

Boggs, Henry H., Syracuse, N. Y. Winch _ 

Boggs, Henry H., Syracuse, N. Y. Crushing-machine.- 

Boggs, Taylor. (See Livesay and Boggs.) 

Bogia, Louis F., Jr., Philade'phia, Pa. Electric-arc lamp 

Bogler, Philip, Salida, Colo. Magazine plate-holder 

Bogner, Ludwig, assignor to Warder, Bushnell and Glessner Company, Springfield, Ohio, i 

Molding-machine. \ 

Bohem, A. & G. (See Bohem, Anthony O., assignor.) 

Bohem, Anthony O., assignor to A. & G. Bohem, Philadelphia, Pa. Pie-rack 

Bohem, Anthony O., assignor to C. & G. Bohem, Philadelphia, Pa. Pie-rack 

Bohem, C. & G. (See Bohem, Anthony O., assignor.) 
Bohlander, W. F. (See Credlebaugh, Henry S., assignor.) 

Bohleen, August, Chicago, 111. Celery-digger 

Bohlig, Martin, St. Paul, Minn. Combined speculum and medicine-distributer 

Bohm, Ludwig K., New York, N. Y. Refrigerator-car ! 

BShm, Maria A., New York, N. Y. Umbrella _ 



Bohm, Otto, Oberschonweide, near Berlin, Germany. Mechanism for transmitting power/ 
to dynamo-machines ) 

Bohn, Edward, Lancaster, Pa. Skirt- waistband fastener and skirt-supporter 

Bohn, Rene, Mannheim, assignor to Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik, Ludwigshafen, 
Germany. Blue sulfur dye and making same 

Bohn, Rene\ Mannheim, assignor to Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik, Ludwigshafen, Ger- 
many. Blue dye of naphthalene series and making same... 

Bohn, Rene\ Mannheim, assignor to Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik, Ludwigshafen, Ger- 
many. Dyeing 

Bohn, Rene, Mannheim, assignor to Badische Anilin & Soda Fabrik, Ludwigshafen, Ger- 
many. Blue dye and making same 

Bohnen, Richard, Chicago, 111. Malt-kiln floor-section 

Bohrer, William, Montreal, Canada. Hand-guide for pianos 

Boice, Augustin, et al. (See Heaton, John W., assignor.) 

Boice, Augustin, et al. (See Schuman, James B., assignor.) 

Boidin, Auguste. (See Collette and Boidin.) 

Boirault, Louis, Chartres, France. Automatic coupling for railway-cars 



Boise, Frank 0. (See Warner, Isaac M., assignor.) 

Boisselot. Jean B., assignor to E. Van Dane, New York, N. Y. Electric igniter for explo- 
sive-engines 

Boivie, Sven E., Ragnhildsborg, Sweden. Blanufacturing artificial stone 

Boivin, Joseph, Paterson, N. J., assignor of one-eighth to J. Gagnon, Chicoutimi, Canada. 
Combination-tool 



Bok, Nils S., Stockholm, Sweden. Nozzle for turbines 

Boland, Frank P., Providence, R. I. Vaporizer 

Bolander, Henry, Romulus. N. Y. Elevator 

Bole, Daniel J., Pittsburg, Pa. Device for supporting feed buckets or bags from harness. 

Bole, William A., Pittsburg, Pa., assignor to Westinghouse Machine Company, of Penn- 
sylvania. Sparking igniter for explosive-engines. 

Bole, William A., and E. Ruud, Pittsburg. Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Machine Com- 
pany. Carbureter 

Bolewine, W. H., et al. (See Patterson, Ralph J., assignor.) 

Bolfing, Arthur J., San Francisco, Cal. Vote-recorder .... 

Bolger, Thomas P., Gloucester, Mass. Roof collar or flange 

Bolin, Nils P., Brockton, Mass. Lacing device. 

Boiling, Lucy R., et al. (See Boiling, Samuel H., assignor.) 

Boiling, Richard A., et al. (See Boiling, Samuel H, assignor.) 

Boiling, Samuel H., Ittabena, assignorof one-half to R. A. and L. R. Boiling, Centerville, 

Miss. Draining device 

Bollinger, Charles A., Pleasant Valley, N. D. Plow 

Bollinger, Edmond. (See Good, Demus B., assignor.) 

Bollinger, Mark M., and M. Dragoo, Reedley, Cal. Fruit-car 

Bollman, Philip H., Abbeville, S. C. Bobbin 

Bolsinger, Samuel S., Brockway, Oreg. Bolt-cutter 

Bolster, Johannes de, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Apparatus for making lemonade 

Bolster. John W. (See Watkins, William D., assignor.) 
Bolt, Frank O, trustee. (See Smyth, David M., assignor.) 
Bolter, Charles R. (See Curtis and Bolter.) 

Bolter, Charles R., Logan, Iowa. Vehicle-brake 

Bolter, Charles R., Logan, Iowa. Hat and coat rack 

Bolton, George W., Jr., Detroit, Mich. Repair-tool 

Bolton, Thomas R., New York, N. Y. Watch-regulator 



668,125 

665,396 
664,924 

669,886 

669,887 

669,888 
669,889 
669,890 

669,891 

669,892 

688,224 

668,083 

679,014 
070,661 
665,502 
672,222 
672,223 

687,473 
670,381 

672,161 

676,732 

682,907 



669,89:! 
681,381 
668,033 
675,148 

688,382 

687,973 

667,486 

669,894 

681,613 

682,523 
672,695 



689,058 



689,457 
685,094 

684,406 

668,484 

667,487 
670,466 
688,714 

671,718 

685,504 

676,456 

690,350 
668,948 



674,192 
679.595 



671,178 

682,350 

672,869 
684,784 



682,401 

670,364 



Feb. 12 

Jan. 8 
Jan. 1 

Mar. 12 

Mar. 12 

Mar. 12 
Mar. 12 
Mar. 12 

Mar. 12 

Mar. 12 

Dec. 3 

Feb. 12 

July 23 
Mar. 26 
Jan. 8 
Apr. 16 
Apr. 16 

Nov. 26 
Mar. 19 

Apr. 16 

June 18 
Sept. 17 

Mar. 12 
Aug. 27 
Feb. 12 
May 28 

Dec. 10 

Dec. 3 

Feb. 5 

Mar. 12 

Aug. 27 

Sept. 10 
Apr. 23 
July 30 



Dec. 17 



Dec. 24 
Oct. 22 

Oct. 15 

Feb. 19 

Feb. 5 
Mar. 26 
Dec. 10 

Apr. 9 

Oct. 29 

June 18 

Dec. 31 
Feb. 26 



May 14 
July 30 

Apr. 2 

Sept. 10 
Apr. 23 
Oct. 22 



Feb. 26 
Dec. 17 
Sept. 10 
Mar. 19 



1738 

1062 
193 

1518 

1519 

1521 

1522 
1525 

1527 

1531 



1657 

3254 

2994 
1312 
2497 

2500 



2478 
2384 



2637 

2287 



1535 
3151 
1569 
3262 

1277 

517 

627 

1536 

3573 

1559 
3412 

3825 



2571 



3123 

1856 

2409 

628 
2643 
1895 

1580 

3904 

2113 

5018 

3302 



1511 

4437 



528 

1268 
3752 

25411 



3362 
2314 
1349 
2447 



390 

246 

40 

359 
359 

359 

360 

360 

(360 

(361 

361 

226 
S 369 

|370 
727 
703 
302 
576 
577 

745 

578 

(550 

1551 

592 
516 



362 
701 
350 
741 

[293 
294 

(295 
123 



785 
857 



. S93 
593 

'594 



772 



411 
(540 
1541 
126 
619 
445 



895 

(469 

(470 

1158 

748 



350 



( 119 

1120 

286 

863 

579 



748 
535 
305 
573 



94 
94 
94 



94 
94 



94 

97 

-94 

i 
96 
94 
94 
95 
95 

97 
94 

-95 



95 
96 



94 
96 
94 
95 



97 

94 

94 

96 

96 
95 



-97 



97 



94 
94 



95 
97 

■95 

97 
94 



95 
96 



-95 

96 
95 
97 



94 
97 
96 
94 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



43 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Boltshauser-Schmid, Conrad. (See Steiner and Boltshauser-Schmid.) 

Bolzani, Anton, Berlin, Germany. Ball-bearing __ 

Boman, Claes W.. assignor to Eagle Pencil Company, New York, N. Y. Fountain-pen . 
Bomberger, Albert G., et al. (See Fox, Christian, assignor.) 

Bomgardner, Joseph, Berea, assignor to Bomgardner Lowering Device Company, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Burial-casket-lowering device. --. 

Bomgardner Lowering Device Company. (See Bomgardner, Joseph, assignor.) 

Bonagente, Crispino, Turin, Italy. Endless track for heavy vehicles 



Bonagente, Crispino, Turin, Italy. Mounting for ordnance 

Bond, Charles E., Denver, Colo. Camp-fire-utensil holder _ 

Bond, Ed F., Athens, assignor to North American Manufacturing Co., Bogart, Ga. Port- 
able axle turning and threading device 

Bond, Frank P., and S. A. Skelton, Missouri Valley, Iowa. Shield for corn-cultivators. . 

Bond, Frederick W„ St. Louis, Mo. Shaker-screen 

Bond, Hiram A., assignor to O. S. Greenleaf, Springfield, Mass. Wire-weaving loom 

Bond, William F. (See Oldroyd, Cyrus, assignor.) 
Bone, James, et al. (See Forbes, Alexander, assignor.) 
Boneman, Henry M. (See Stone, Young, and Boneman.) 
Bonertz, John F. (See Mellick and Bonertz.) 

Bonesteel, Arthur E., Central City, Colo. Syringe 

Bonfiglietti, Aurelio, Paris, France. Tire for wheeled vehicles 

Bonhoeffer, Otto, Elberfeld, Germany, assignor to Farbenfabriken of Elberfeld Co., 

New York, N. Y. Diethylcarbinolurethane and making same 

Bonhoeffer, Otto, Elberfeld, Germany, assignor to Farbenfabriken of Elberfeld Co., 

New York, N. Y. Methylisopropylcarbinolurethane and making same 

Bonhoeffer, Otto, Elberfeld, Germany, assignor to Farbenfabriken of Elberfeld Co., 

New York, N. Y. Methylethylcarbinolurethane and making same 

Boniger, Melchior, assignor to The Firm of Chemical Works formerly Sandoz, Basle, 

Switzerland. Black sulfur dye and making same 

Bonis, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Saw 



Bonn. Charles T., Baltimore. Md. Rapid-fire toy cannon 

Bonnardel, Adrien and A., Viviers, France. Hydraulic press 

Bonnardel, Auguste (See Bonnardel, Adrien and A.) 

Bonnell, Russell, Philadelphia, assignor to Nelson Valve Company, Wyndmoor, Pa. 
Vah 



Bonnemaison, Juan E., Buenos Ay res, Argentina. Box.. 

Bonner, Richard S., Little Rock. Ark. Cotton-planter 

Bonnet, Antoine. (See Marot and Bonnet.) 
Bonney, George W. (See Scott and Bonney.) 

Bonroe, Frank A., St. Louis, Mo. Combined stamping and tagging machine for plug- 
tobacco _ 



Bonsack. James A., Philadelphia, Pa. Cigarette-machine 672,348 



No. 



675,505 
680,117 



689,847 

675,710 

681,492 
670,144 

680,756 
668,186 

072,696 
684,536 



083,09'.) 
679,596 

675,538 

675,539 

675,540 

675,585 

672,587 

670,629 
673,973 



673,812 
682,524 
687,914 



670.836 



Bonsack, William A., St. Louis, Mo. Nut or bolt lock 

Bonsack, AVilliam A., St. Louis, Mo. Nut or bolt lock 

Bonsall, Seymour W., New York, N. Y. Trousers stretcher and hanger 

Bonsteel, John H., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Motor 

Bonta, Frank M., et at. (See Sweet, John E., assignor.) 

Bonte. Mary E., New York, N. Y. Meat-tenderer 

Bonvillain, Philibert, Paris, France Oil or other filter press 

Bonzagni, Vincenzo. Boston, Mass. Beverage-dispensing and pipe-cleansing apparatus.. 

Boock, August F., New York, N. Y. Stopper for bottles. 

Boone, Charles H., etal. (See Hoerichs, Edward, assignor.) 
Boone, J. Roy. (See Clark, Allan B., assignor.) 
Booraem, John F. (See Jacquart and Booraem ) 

Booraem, John F., New York, N. Y., and B. Jacquart, South River, N. J. Manufactur- 
; tiles 



mgi 



Booren, Frank. (See Peterson and Booren.) 

Bootes, John T., Wilmington, Del. Rotary engine. 

Booth, Edwin S., Waterville, Me. Trolley-finder for electric cars... 

Booth, Frederick K., Reynoldsville. Pa. Pie printer, crimper, and trimmer 

Booth, Jacob, Reynoldsville, Pa. Railway-tie , 

Booth, James, East Liverpool, Ohio. Rail-joint _ 

Booth. John W., Washington, Mo. Snap-hook. 

Booth, John W., Washington, Mo. Snap-hook _ _ 

Booth, John W., and R. Reichard, deceased; (R. Reichard, executor, Washington, Mo. 

Box-fastener ._ 

Booth, Ralph W., New Brunswick, N. J. Jar-cap 

Booth, Thomas C, New Brunswick, N. J. Can -closure 

Booth, Thomas C . New Brunswick, N. J. Brush for paste- tubes 

Booth, William H., Baton Rouge. La. Fishing-rod _. 

Booth, William J .Wilmington, Del., assignor to M. Somerville, St. Louis, Mo. Pin-wheel. 

Boothe, Ins T., Quincy, III Packet-holder _ 

Boothman, James L., Greenock, Scotland. Steering machinery 

Boothman, James L., and W. Graham, Greenock, Scotland. Controlling valve for en- 
gines 



Booton, Chauncey H , assignor of one-fourth to G. Parent, Gallipolis, Ohio. Automatic 

register-gage for printing-presses 

Booty, Obed A.. Sunnyhill, La. Plow 



Booze, Fannie J., Spring wood, Va. Loom 

Boozer, George W., Memphis, Tenn. Wrench 

Bopp, Adolf, Berlin. Germany. Speed-recorder and course-indicator for ships 

Boqvist, Lars E , Seattle, Wash. Rotary water-motor _ 

Borch, Olaf, and L. P. Hviid, Copenhagen, Denmark. Treating calcium carbid ....... 

Borchardt, Hugo, Berlin, Germany. Means for lighting gas 

Borchardt, Hugo, Berlin, Germany. Means for lighting gas 

Borchardt. Hugo, Berlin, Germany. Means for electrically controlling gas-cocks 



675.191 
675,192 
665,168 
669,502 

672,307 

078.S.-.S 
684,041 
665.565 



683,635 

680,635 

666,177 
689,848 
679,211 
672,870 
677,626 
677,627 

683,889 
668,-005 
673,416 
677,851 
686,347 
665,850 
675,318 
669,301 

673,234 

674,532 
682,598 

688,500 

686,437 
667,762 
685,967 
670,607 

689,378 
689,379 
089,380 



Date. 



June 4 
Aug. 6 

Dec. 81 

June 4 

Aug. 27 
Mar. 19 

Aug. 20 
Feb. 12 
Apr. 23 
Oct. 15 



Sept. 24 
July 30 

June 4 

June 4 

June 4 

June 4 

Apr. 23 

Mar. 26 
May 14 



May 7 
Sept. 10 
Dec. 3 



Mar. 26 



Apr. 16 



May 28 
May 28 
Jan. 1 
Mar. 12 

Apr. 16 
July 23 
Oct. 8 
Jan. 8 



Oct. 1 

Aug. 13 

Jan. 15 
Dec. 31 
July 23 
Apr. 23 
July 2 
July 2 

Oct. 1 
Feb. 12 
May 7 
July 9 
Nov. 12 
Jan. 8 
May 28 
Mar. 5 

Apr. 30 

May 21 
Sept. 17 

Dec. 10 

Nov. 12 
Feb. 12 

Nov. 5 
Mar. 26 

Dec. 24 

Dec. 24 
Dec. 24 



Monthly 
volume. 



208 
733 

4064 

649 

3355 
2031 

1955 

1758 
3413 

2060 



2622 
4438 



333 
333 



421 
3201 

2929 

1095 



829 

1560 
406 



32S7 



2733 



3334 

3335 
662 



2665 
2933 
1154 
1417 



377 



1667 

2519 
4067 
3656 
3753 
534 
536 

861 

1526 
85 

968 
1747 
1948 
3541 

425 

4448 

2148 
1695 

1512 

1342 
1095 
467 
2887 

3130 

3133 
3135 



58 
162 

(942 
1943 

(134 
I 135 
(744 
'l 745 
471 

428 
394 
785 
465 



602 



i 742 

|743 

688 

256 



195 
354 



Official 
Gazette. 



S97 



-95 




85 

(368 
"I 369 
585 
943 
815 
863 
127 
128 

190 
340 

19 
228 
388 
451 
809 

99 

1028 

497 

387 

(351 

1 352 

297 

238 

94 



I 728 
1729 
729 
729 



97 



1914 
1190 



2751 



1990 

1772 
2239 

1475 

1360 

746 

449 



2445 
977 

1927 

1927 

1927 

1946 

700 

2438 
1291 



1220 
2191 
1924 



2511 
585 



1774 

1774 

133 

1976 

572 
649 
253 
301 



79 



1393 

544 

2751 

795 

818 

na 

114 

173 
1315 
1070 

224 
1344 

410 
1814 
1880 

982 

1519 
2241 

2175 

1258 
1228 
1053 
2431 

2539 

2540 
2540 



44 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphab( tical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Bordeaux. Thomas. iSee Lister and Bordeaux ) 

Borden. Albert. St. Louis. Mo. Thermostat 

Borden. Bradford. Warren. Ohio. Pipe-threading machine _ 

Borden. Thomas E.. and A. A. Wallace, Minturn, Cal. Device for teaching arithmetic. . 

Borden's Condensed Milk Company. i.See Beyer. Otto S.. assignor.) 

Boreu, Henry H.. Bakerstield. Cal. Fire-escape _ 

Borger. Frank. (.See La Mar. Andrewvill. assignor.! 

Borgeson, Charles. Pittsburg, Fa. Wrench 

Borgeson. Emil. and A. Wennerberg, Chicago. 111. Roofing and making same 

Borglum, Miller L. (See Miehelsen. John H.. assignor.) 

Borglum, Miller L. (See Miehelseu and Borglum. ) 

B (ring, Frank M.. and L. P. Chit wood, assignors to L. Rauh, Dayton, Ohio. Counter... 

Born. Walter F., Downer's Grove, and W. G. Duuham. Chicago. 111. Journal-box 

Borne. Georg von dem, Bornhofeu. Germany. Manufacture of polychrome-ornamented 

glazed or similar ceramic ware .. .... . ... 

Bornemann, Joseph, assignor of one-half to A. Mandel, New York, N. Y. Machine for 

manufacturing balls or other bodies 

Borner, Curt A. M.. Berlin. Germany. Electric-arc lamp _ 

Boronow, Salo, New York. X. Y. . assignor to Star Electric Gas Lighter Company, of New 

York. Gas-lighter - _ ". 

Borresen. William A. M.. assignor to himself, S. Pulson, and L. Johnson, Philadelphia,) 

Pa. Wave-governor for marine engines S 

Berries. August von. Hanover. Germany. Valve for compound engines 

Borrman. William. Norfolk. N. Y. Foldable fence --.. 

Borrowman. William C., West Hartlepool. J. B. Edmiston. Liverpool, and W. C. Wal-) 
lace. Marple. England. Superheater .' .5 

Borsch, Henry. (See Bergsjo. Martin, assignor.) 
Borsodi. Morris. (See Newman and Borsodi.) 

Bortfeldt, Ludwig. Bremen. Germany. Helmet 

Borton, Stockton. (See Brush and Borton.) 

Borton, Stockton, Providence, R. I. Belt-tishtener 

Bosch. Fredrick C. J.. Sr.. Pittsburg, Pa. Non-refillable bottle 

Boschert, Rufus E., Syracuse. N. Y. Apparatus for treating garbage 

Bosenbury. William C, assignor to Starr Piano Company, Richmond, Ind. Pedal-action 

tor musical instruments - 

Bosenbury. William C. assignor to Starr Piano Company. Richmond, Ind. Mechanism 

tor adjusting music-desks on pianos 

Bosenbury. William C. assignor to Starr Piano Company, Richmond. Ind. Mechanism 

for operating mufflers on musical instruments 

Bosenbury. William C assignor to Starr Piano Company, Richmond, Ind. Mechanism 

for adjusting music-desks'ou grand pianos 



673,697 Apr. 28 
686,577 Nov. 12 
OliG.999 Jan. 29 



688,889 



071,789 

077.1 68 



Dec. 10 



Apr. 9 



Monthly 
volume 



8415 
159S 
4147 

1118 

1090 



June 25 3254 



674,158 May 14 1440 

004.925 Jan. 1 195 

6S5,660 Oct. 29 4188 

672,664 Apr. 23 3357 

075.033 May 2S 3027 



683,876 

673,013 



Oct. 1 
Apr. 30 



S35 

4044 



079.212 July 23 3657 
0S5.247 Oct. 29 3399 

006.127 Jan. 15 2435 



074,392 May 21 



687,095 
670,220 



Nov. 26 
Mar. 19 



1905 



3050 
2195 



0S7.515 Nov., 20 3470 



67S,S59 


July 03 


2934 


6S6.250 


Nov. 12 


995 


686,251 


Nov. 12 


996 



Bosley, Elijah M.. St. Louis. Mo. Apparatus for desiccating eggs ... 

Bosley, Winfield S.. assignor to Mills Novelty Company. Chicago. 111. Coin-controlled? 

elect rot herapeu tic machine S 

Bosnians., Nicolas. Chicago. 111., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Produce Cold Air? 

Company, of West Yirginia. Refrigerating-car S 

Bosmann. Nicolas, assignor to J. B. O'Connell and E. S. Slocuni, Chicago, 111. Yegeta- 

ble-cutter .. 

Boss. John C Elkhart, Ind. Brick-kiln 

Boss. Martin P.. San Francisco, Cal. Boiler 

Boss, Martin P., San Francisco, Cal. Self -fastening shaft-key 

Boss. Martin P.. San Francisco. Cal. Self-fastening shaft -key _ 

Bossert Electric Construction Company. (See Bossert, William F.. assignor.) 

Bossert Electric Construction Company. (See Bossert and Foxenbergef. assignors.) 

Bossert. William F.. Utica, N. Y. Electric switch ._ 

Bossert. William F„ Utica. N. Y. Electric knife-switch.. 

Bossert. William F.. Utica. N. Y. Electric-conduit terminal 

Bossert. William F., assignor to Bossert Electric Construction Company, Utica. N. Y. 
Electric switch. __"___ 

Bossert. William F., assignor to Bossert Electric Construction Company, Utica, N. Y. 
Electrical switch.. 

Bossert. William F.. assignor to Bossert Electric Construction Company, Utica, N. Y. 
Interior-conduit capping. ." 

Bossert, William F.. assignor to Bossert Electric Construction Company. Utica, N. Y. 
Conduit capping or thimble ."._ 

Bossert. William F.. assignor to Bossert Electric Construction Company. Utica. N. Y. 
Outlet-box for interior conduits. - ._ ." _ 

Bossert. William F.. assignor to Bossert Electric Construction Company, Utica. X. Y 
Capping for electric conduits..- .' 

Bossert. William F.. and F. T. Foxenberger. assignors to Bossert Electric Construction 
Company. Utica. N. Y. Bushing for interior conduits 

Bost. John. (See Mason. Thomas F.. assignor.) 

Boston and Lockport Block Company. (See Tarbox, Alfred B.. assignor.) 

Boston Bottle Wiring aud Labeling Company. ^See Cassidy, Patrick F.. assignor.) 

Boston. Charles N. I See Eadie and Bostou. | 

Boston Display Rack Company. (See Carver. James W., assignor.) 

Boston Electric Heating and Power Company. iSee Hawkins. Gardner C. assignor.) 

Bostou Electric Hose Signal Co. (See Sargent. Howard, assignor/! (Reissue.) 

Boston Footwear Machine Company. (See Major, Thomas E., assignor.) 

Boston Rotary Engine Co. (See Ke'nney, Thomas M.. assignor.) 

Boston Steam' Specialty Company. (See Dean. Mark, assignor.* 

Bostorf. John A., assignor of one-half to C. S. Striekhouser. York. Pa. Railway-gate ... 

Boswell. George G. F.. assignor of one-half to V. H. Lockwood, Indianapolis. Ind." Spring- 
clevis for whiffletrees - 

Bosworth, Charles B., Somerville, assignor to Star Brass Manufacturing Company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Steam-engine indicator - 

Bosworth. James D.. et al. iSee Abbott, Levi, assignor.* 

Bosworth. William, et al. (See Huffman. Orlando, assignor.) 

Both. Adolph C. (See Porter and Both.) 

Botsford, Charles R.. Newark. N. J. Mouse-trap 



1*7.193 
666,859 

672,065 

665.389 

0S4.975 
073.890 

684,598 

087.392 
6S7.393 



Nov. 26 2S57 

Jan. 29 3S90 

Apr. 23 335S 

Jan. 1 J 1035 

Oct. 22 2SS9 

May 14 973 

Oct. 15 2199 

Nov. 26 3244 

Nov. 26 3245 



081,770 
6S8,583 

0S9.27S 

670.145 
• 72,588 
672.589 
676,976 
SS2,233 
0S7,S12 
-'■.704 



665.867 
681,947 

087.391 



Sept. 3 
Dec. 10 
Dec. 17 

Mar. 19 

Apr. 23 

Apr. 23 

June 25 

Sept. 10 

Dec. 3 

Nov. 19 



Jan. 15 

Sept. 3 
Nov. 26 



May 81 2400 



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1678 
2950 

2033 

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3204 
3120 
1063 
192 
1S60 



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558 
3242 



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857 
959 

\256 
)257 

891 

731 



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40 



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Gazette. 



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693 



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1311 



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1301 
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734 
1712 

168 
903 

795 

762 

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220 
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE. 1901. 



45 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Same, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 



Official 



•s. 



Batterer. Max. Breslau. Germany. 065.668 

era Machinery Company tanJ, Rudolph F.. assigr. 

mly, Frank, assignor to J. H. and F. L. Goes. Worcester. Mass. Wrench 

Babb. Charles A., assigr 

Robert H.. Richmond. Cal. Steam-engine •"" 

Botts, Robert H., Richmond. Cal. Steam-boiler 



Robert H., Albuquerque. X. Mex. Ter. Air-ship - 

Botzian. Antonius. Lichterfelde. Germany. Vapor-burner - 

Bouchat. Louis, assignor to American Coat Pad Company, Incorporated. Baltimore. Md. 

Apparel-pai _ _ - — 

-. Mich. Pumping apparatus 

er, Claude. Aine. Cognac. France. Apparatus for making glass bottles 

-.-. Frank X.. <?( " - - ■ Ragsdale, Martin S., assignor, j 

MaplehilL Kans. Hay or grain stacker _ 

Boudreaux. Louis. 'See Manchin and Boudreaux.; 
Bougher. William S. I See McGill. William H.. assignor. 
. .-.. William R.. et See Norris, Everett E.. assis; 

msboro, Pa. traveling-bag 

Boughner. Mary F.. Sedalia. Mo. Puzzle - 

. .-on. H. C. I See Sebastian. George W.. assignor., 

2 ton, Wilfred E. See Nichols and Boughton.; 

. Julien R.. assignor to Societe Anonyme pour L'Eclair: ig .auffage par/ 
le Petrole. hon.) Antwerp, Belgium. Oil reservoir or container for heat-/ 
ingand lighting apparatus __ } 

Bouillet, Jean Levallois-Perret. France. Electric-arc lamp 

Boulanger. Emile, St. Louis. Mo. Drum 

Bouldry, William W.. East We ymouth. Mass., assignor to C. Eollis, Wolfboro, N. H. 

■ prop _ 

Eugene F.. Montlucon. France. Manufacture of tubes or tubular objects 

Joseph. Beverly, Mass. Micrometer-indicator 

Boulgar, Michael. North Adams, Mass. Nailless horseshoe 

art. Paul. - - and Bourcart.) 

Bourdeau. Jesse D.. Battlecreek. Mich. Canning process - 

Bourdon. Charles A.. Paris. France. Ejecto-condenser __ 

Bonrgade, Raphael. L. E. de. (See Lance. Bourgade. and Schmitz.; 

Bourgeois, Henry, Tourouvre. France. Incubator for fish- 

Bourgoin, Gustave E. (See Lavollay and Bourgoin.) 

Bourn, Augustus O.. Bristol. R. I. Vulcanizing „ 

Bourne, Stephen K., trustee. (See Janelle, Oscar, assignor.) 

Bourne. Theodore F., Montclair. N. J. Temporary binder ._ 

Bouton, Georges. (See De Dion and Bouton.) 

Bouton. Georges. See Dion and Bouton.) 

Bouton, N. S. (See Damey and Cork, assignors.) 

Boutwood, Charles E. 'See Browning and Boutwood.) 

Bonvand, Andre B. de. Paris. France. Exhaust-valve mechanism 

Krnest W.. Winsted. Conn. 3Iatch-igniting device 

Jacob L.. Richford. N. Y. Pinch-bar 

Bovy, Victor. New York. N. Y. Corset-busk __ 

Bowe, George J.. Hydepark. Mass. Fire-box for steam-boiler furnaces 

Bowen. Calvin C. Santa Monica, assignor to Cyclone Trap Company. Los Angeles, Cal. 
Animal-trap _ 

Bowen, Calvin C, assignor to Cyclone Trap Company. Los Angeles, Cal. Animal-trap.. 

Calvin C. M. J. Barnett. and F. Newnham. assignors to Rindge Manufacturing 
-<ny. Los Angeles, Cal. Air-compressor for automobile alarm-whistles 



673.331 
666. 641 



Jan. & 1605 i- - 

Dec. s: MSI . 82 97 

Oct. 29 4001 915 97 

26 3637 

Dec. 10 1681 



" 



Apr. 23 33t: 

Apr. 30 -4629 1071 95 

Jan. 29 3437 " - 

Jan. 1 420 94.95 94 



. Inne 18 2033 



. .. Apr. 16 . 
689,783 Dec. 24 3921* 915 



676.674 June IS 2523 



'.564 



673.633 

673.235 
" 752 

- 



676.350 



■ - - 

.- • - 

i - - 

•:■;- -J. 



Oct. 22 
May 7 

Apr. 30 
Aor. 9 
Sept. 10 
Apr. 9 

June 25 
Oct. 22 

Aug. 20 

June 11 

July 2 



----- 
276-3 



649 
629 



Bowen, Ebenezer, Cincinnati, Ohio. Machine for making paper wrappers for bottles 

Bowen, Emmet T. (See Markey, William A., assignor.) 
ij. W., et al. i See Andreson, Olif, assignor.) 

Bowen, George A., assignor to S. A. Cook & Co.. Medina. N. Y. Chair 

Bowen. George A., assignor to S. A. Cook & Company. Medina. N. Y. Furniture 

. Handy H.. and F. T. Harmon. Chicago. 111. : said Harmon assignor to said Bowen. 
Support for cameras or photographic apparatus _ _. 

Bowen. Harry J. (See Bowen, Joseph A., assignor.) 

Bowen. Joseph A.. Millvale, assignor of one-haft to H. J. Bowen, Wilkinsburg. Pa. Con- 
necting-plug for telegraph-switchboards 

Bowen, Lewis F. (See McManmon. John J., assignor.) 

Bowen, Robert S.. Boston, Mass., assignor to Chickering & Sons, New York, N. Y. Mu- 
sic-desk for pianos 

Bowen. Wilmer E.. New York. N. Y. Portable refrigerator.. 

Bower, Adolphus C. assignor to H. E. Farnsworth/Newkirk, Okla. Ter. Box-opening 
tool — 

Bower, Ellsworth E. (See Dickson and Bower.) 

Bower, Sigmund. Brooklyn. N. Y. Push-button __ 

Bower, Lucy A.. New York. N. Y. Shoulder-braces 

Bowerbank. John W.. Jersey City. N. J. Lubricating device ___ 

Bowerman. Harry H, Loreley. Md. Envelop-opener _ 

Bowerman. Harry H.. Loreley. Md. Envelop-opener 

Bowerman, William K., Bloomfield, Canada. Vending-machine ._ 

Bowers, Charles H. (See King, William 31.. Sr., assignor.) 

Bowers. George H.. Salida. Colo. Hoisting and dumping machine- 

Bowers, George W., Waltham. Mass. Tool-holder _ 

-. John, assignor to H. C. Miller and J. Bauer, Milwaukee, Wis. Sectional post/ 

for binders _ _f 

Bowers, John C. and E. Dool, Aledo. 111. Egg-tester_ __. 

Bowers. Martin S., Zanesville, Ohio. Machine for rethreshing the tailings in threshers.. 
Bowers, William A. (See Harling. Samuel D.. assignor.) 

Bowers. William F., San Franciscc. Cal. Concentrating-belt 

Bowersox, David F., Aaronsburg, Pa. Forceps.. _ 

Bowie, William S., assignor of one-half to G. T. Horan, Boston. Mass. Couch 
Bowie. William S., assignor of one-half to G. T. Horan. Boston. Mass. Couch-bed . 



686,438 Nov. 12 1343 
i r61 Mar. 26 3154 



667.162 

■- . 



July 9 1675 
681,614 Aug. 27 3574 

681,868 Sept. 3 393 



690.351 
687.71S 



Dec. 31 
Dec. 3 



5019 1158 
21 4 



794 



- 



679,495 July 30 4252 957 96 936 



2835 

885 
li - 

2209 

736 

I " 
• - 
86 

23L4 



- 



OHO ~" - 

523 121 95 

4449 1028 

1635 378 95 

1443 327 95 

1051 241 



162 96 

1923 
537 



426 95 
128 



2401 

565 

1156 

983 

355 
2166 

239 

2492 
610 

1507 

2263 

114 



Mav 21 1S11 442 95 

Dec. 3 20 4 97 

May 28 2793 639 95 

July 16 2654 597 96 

Aug. 6 6 2 

Feb. 12 1658 370 94 

Feb. 12 165 - 



297 97 
.741 ..Q, 
.742 | M 



1472 
- ' 

1668 
573 

1340 
1341 

1259 



Jan. 29 4476 $| [m 
96 



96 



96 



968 
361 

1816 

1944 



2940 



674.398 
690.096 
681.615 

- ' 5 
686.706 



Mav 21 
Dec. 31 
Aug. 27 
Nov. 19 
Nov. 19 



667.613 Feb. 5 



1912 442 

4570 1053 

3575 794 

- . 

1863 413 
175 

s ~ b I 176 



684.768 
676,573 
683,011 

682,023 

'-- -23 

683.547 
686,578 
681,186 

681.187. 



Oct. 15 2499 
June 18 2335 



569 
522 



605 
2097 



150 
490 



Sept. 17 2478 562 

Sept. 3 
Dec. 17 

Oct. 1 
Nov. 12 
Aug. 27 
Aug. 27 



221 50 

1599 a57 

2769 615 

2772 615 



1472 

2853 

■ 1816 

1382 

13S2 

1154 



537 



96 2395 



96 

97 

97 
97 
96 
96 



2 -2 
2317 

49 
1312 
1658 
1658 



46 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly- 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Bowker, Charles L. (See Ball, Edward M., assignor.) 

Bowker, James J., Laotto, Ind. Uterine drainage-tube ... . 

Bowker, Seth D., deceased, Kansas City, Mo.; M. D. Wood, administrator. Uterine 

cu rette 

Bowker, William R., Waltham. Mass. Secondary battery 

Bowles. Edward P., Wolfville, Canada. Thill-coupling 

Bowles, Joseph R., Salem, Va. Railway-switch. 

Bowles, Robert C. M., Brookline, Mass. Stethoscope. 

Bowles, Thomas H., Milwaukee. Wis. Alarm mechanism 

Bowling Ball Company. (See Pickett, Arthur B., assignor.) 
Bowling, Stephen J. (See Thompson and Herbert, assignors. ) 

Bowlsby, Frank P., St. Louis, Mo. Paper-adjuster for type-writers 

Bowman, Arthur M., Bellevue, Pa. Metallic tie _. 

Bowman, Charles M., Lebanon, Pa. Fireproof book 

Bowman, Charles M., Lebanon, Pa. Hose-drier 

Bowman, Daniel W., Toledo, Ohio. Hydrocarbon gas or vapor burner 

Bowman, Daniel W., Toledo, Ohio. Stove for heating purposes 

Bowman, Edward A., et al. (See Shafer, Frank B., assignor.) 
Bowman, Eric G. (See Weir, Frank M., assignor.) 

Bowman, Lewis H., Walla Walla, Wash. Car- ventilator 

Bowman, Milton J., Kinzers, Pa. Bunching-machine 

Bowman, Newton K., North Lawrence, Ohio. Mine-gate 

Bowman, Robert J., Alexandria, La. Vacuum-pan _ 

Bowman, Viola, Dubois, Pa. Chart 

Bowness, AV alter S., Moncton, Canada. Non-refillable bottle 

Bowring, Edwin L., and F. Barnhart, Grand Rapids, Mich. Combined wardrobe and 

bedstead __ 

Bowron, John, Hamilton, Canada. Target-trap 

Bowsher, Jay O, South Bend, Ind. Grinding-mill 

Box, Auguste F., and J. B. B. Gague-Labedan, Paris, France. Rotary explosive-engine 

Boyard, Eugene, Paris, France. Reinforced comb 

Boyce, Warren E., Pierce City, Mo. Device for alining wrist-pins and pistons 

Boyd, Adam S., and A. D. Gable, Shenandoah, Pa. Flue or pipe cutter 

Boyd, George H., and T. D. West, Sharpsville, Pa. Gear-wheel 

Boyd, Hamilton K., Kittanning, Pa. Gas burner ami heater 

Boyd, James Q., Anthony, Fla. Knockdown box or crate 

Boyd, Joseph, Kingstown, Ireland. Curtain-hook 

Boyd, Nathan E., Keuley, England. Bicycle-brake 

Boyd, Peter, Pittsburg, Pa., assignor to National Tube Company, New York, N. Y.) 

Straight ening-trough and delivery-guide to cooling-tables .) 

Boyd, Thomas A., Glasgow, Scotland. Device for regulating tension of spindle-bands of 

spinning-frames 

Boyd, Thomas A., Glasgow, Scotland. Roving, spinning, or analogous machine 

Boyd, William S. (See Hazelton, Asa, assignor.) 

Boyd, William S., 3rd, Los Angeles, Cal. Rock-drill 

Boyen, Edgar von, Hamburg-Stein warder, Germany. Manufacturing mineral wax 

Boyer, Jacob G. (See Nickel and Boyer.) 

Boyer, Joseph, St. Louis, Mo. Pneumatic hammer 

Boyer, Joseph, St. Louis, Mo. Engine 

Boyer, Lucien A., Paris, France. Acetylene-gas generator 

Boyers, Thomas A., Gainesville, Tex. Car-brake 

Boykin, Christopher O, Lambert's Point, assignor to Boykin-Roper Specialty Company, 

Norfolk, Va. Bill-file 

Boykin, Christopher C, assignorto Boykin-Roper Specialty Co., Norfolk, Va. File-case 

drawer 

Boykin-Roper Specialty Company. (See Boykin, Christopher C, assignor.) 
Boylan, Nicholas J. (See Wolf, George S., assignor.) 

Boyle, John, Peabody, Mass. Leather-working'machine 

Boyne, Edward A., Bradford, Pa. Coupling for tubes or pipes 

Boynton, Charles S. (See Moore and Boynton.) 

Boys, Charles V., London, England. Tool-grinding appliance 

Bozarth, John W., Dayton, Wyo. Safety device for hoisting apparatus 

Braam, Jacques P. de, Paris, France. Machine for loading cartridge-cases 

Braasch, William, assignor to Sheboygan Chair Company, Sheboygan, Wis. Chair- 
seat _ _ 

Brabant, Augustus F., New York, N. Y., assignor to Brabant Needle Company, of New 
York. Needle-holder 

Brabant Needle Company. (See Brabant, Augustus F., assignor.) 

Brabrook, George H., Taunton, Mass. Producing soft-metal castings 

Brabrook, George H., assignor to Reed & Barton Corporation, Taunton, Mass. Mold 
material for casting metals 

Braby, Henry, Ayr, Queensland. Steam-generator 

Braby, Henry, Ayr, Queensland. Wind-motor 

Brach, Isidor, Philadelphia, Pa. Cigar-mold. _ ._ 

Brackebush, Henry, Packwaukee, Wis. Binding mechanism for harvesting-machines . 

Brackett, Frank A., Bridgewater, Mass. Machine for winding bobbins -- 

Brackney, Orville J., assignor of one-half to J. B. Sherman, Butler, Pa. Clutch 

Bradbury, Arthur J., Oldtown, Me. Holder for nursing-bottles 

Bradbury, William F., Kansas City, Kans. Stop-valve 

Bradbury, William F., Kansas City, Kans., and D. E. Washington, Kansas City, Mo. 

Stop mechanism for engines _ 

Braddock, Isaac A., Haddonfield, N. J. Bicycle-pedal 

Braddock, Isaac A., Haddonfield, N. J. Wave-power. 



669,976 

6S7,112 
668,620 
685,564 

674,955 

677,172 
668,623 



685,199 
677,754 
681,097 
684,741 

686,707 

687,671 

665,169 
681,679 
676,835 
682,451 

670,762 

680,220 

685,248 
679,289 

684,346 

686,801 

686,198 
675,463 
686,252 
680,688 

680,473 

687,113 
689.632 
665,306 

685,465 



665.056 
680,017 

675,319 
689,381 

667,863 

669,069 
686.579 



669,503 
690,352 



666.461 
675,320 

676,413 
685,249 



063,906 



669,112 

670,096 

681,527 

667,488 
668,006 

686,200 

669,229 
665,307 

686,580 

673,332 
666,287 

684,042 

689,784 
672,698 

676,528 



Mar. 19 



Nov. 19 
Feb. 26 



2676 

2677 

Oct. 29 I 4002 



May 28 

June 25 
Feb. 26 

Oct. 22 
July 2 
Aug. 20 
Oct. 15 

Nov. 19 

Nov. 26 



Jan. 1 
Sept. 3 
June 18 
Sept. 10 

Mar. 26 

Aug. 13 

Oct. 29 
July 30 

Oct. 8 

Nov. 19 
Nov. 5 
June 4 
Nov. 12 
Aug. 20 

Aug. 13 

Nov. 19 
Dec. 24 
Jan. 1 

Oct. 29 

Jan. 1 
Aug. 6 

May 28 
Dec. 24 

Feb. 12 
Mar. 5 

Nov. 12 
May 28 

Mar. 12 

Dec. 31 



Jan. 22 

May 28 

June 18 
Oct. 29 



Feb. 26 



Mar. 5 

Mar. 19 

Aug. 27 

Feb. 5 
Feb. 12 

Nov. 5 

5 
1 



Mar. 
Jan. 

Nov. 12 

Apr. 30 
Jan. 15 
Oct. 8 



Dec. 24 3922 
Apr. 23 3419 
June 18 I 2253 



2883 

3450 

2679 



3310 
764 
2599 
2454 

1863 

3785 



663 
14 

2815 
1445 

3157 



3400 
3827 

1713 

2073 

916 

188 
997 
1805 

1377 

2677 
3613 

884 

3825 



425 
559 



3541 
3139 



1287 



1601) 
3591 



801 
5022 



3091 
3543 



2U35 
34D2 



1933 
3410 

629 

1527 

917 

291 
8S5 

1602 

4630 
2611 
1156 



398 



600 
916 
663 
664 
777 
601 



761 
184 
574 
558 
413 
414 
835 



148 
4,5 
638 
327 

742 
743 

209 



857 
(379 
"I 330 
(459 
1460 

201 
43 

221 

398 
|300 
I 301 



204 
(877 



95 
120 



810 



283 
1,2 
358 
819 

186 

1158 



715 
810 

453 

783 

f727 
728 
■|729 
| 730 
I 731 



448 



340 

341 

201 

202 

66,67 

204 

(35S 

1 359 

1072 

605 

255 

915 

787 
500 



94 
96 
95 
96 

\U 

96 

97 
96 

j-97 

J- 97 

97 
95 
97 
96 



95 
97 



94 
97 
95 

94 

97 



94 

95 



97 
-94 



94 

94 

96 

94 
-94 

-97 
94 
94 

■97 

95 
94 
97 

97 
95 
95 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



47 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Braddock, Joseph. (See Hawkyard and Braddock.) 

Braddock Machine Manut'accuring Company. (See Pryde and Gauerman, assignors. ) 

Braden, Alfred R., Springfield, Ohio. Vehicle-hub 

Braden Gas Engine Company. (See Willetts, Reuben, assignor.) 

Bradfield, Isaac N., and W. A. Pool, Fallis, Okla. Ter. Combined vehicle pole aud shafts. 

Bradford, Charles, et al. (See Bromley, Daniel W., assignor.) 

Bradford, Charles S., West Union, Ohio, assignor of one-half to H. J. Thompson. Wash- 
ing-machine - 

Bradford, Eugene S., Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for reducing pithy plants 

Bradford Gas Engine Company. (See Longtine, Robert, assignor.) 

Bradford, Osoar, et al. (See Curtis, Lewis E., assignor. \ 

Bradford. William, et al. (See Bromley, Daniel W., assignor.) 

Bradish, Charles E., Moline, 111. Tire _. 

Bradish, Nelson P., Kansas City, Mo. Sofa-bed - 

Bradley, Andrew J., New York, N. Y. Garment-fastener 

Bradley, Christopher C, Syracuse, N. Y. Thill-coupling 

Bradley, Francis E., et al. (See Haynes, William, assignor.) 

Bradley, Henry A., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for manufacturing gas 

Bradley, Hiram, Morehead, Ky. Wire-cloth screen and manufacturing same 

Bradley & Hubbard Mfg. Co. (See Penfield, William A., assignor.) 

Bradley, John, North Chelmsford, Mass. Knitted fabric 

Bradley, Joseph H., National Soldiers Home, Va. Intrenching-tool 

Bradley, Josiah. Stamford, Conn. Die-holder 

Bradley, Norval. (See Travis, John T., assignor.) 

Bradley, Porte M., and P. i?. Stonehouse, Cripple Creek; Colo. Drill 

BradleV, Timothy C. (See Tuttle, Josiah S , assignor.) 

Bradley, Walter A., assignor of one-half to H. Koons., Buffalo, N. Y. Vehicle starter, 
brake, and power-storing device 

Bradley, William H., Bellevue, assignor to Duff Patents Co., Pittsburg, Pa. Gas-pro-i 
ducer -- - j 

Bradley, William J., assignor to American Dredging Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Cut- 
ter-head for hydraulic dredges 

Bradley, William W., Montgomery, W. Va. Mine-door-operating mechanism 

Bradrick, Belle. (See Shafer, John W., assignor.) 

Bradshaw, Alice C, et al. (See Buell, Harry J., assignor.) 

Bradshaw, Charles, and W. S. Tobey, Hope, Kans. Combined weed-cutter and corn-cul- 
tivator . 



No. 



Bradshaw, Charles T., Philadelphia, Pa. Device for distributing odors 

Bradshaw, Charles T., assignor to T. S. Parvin, Philadelphia, Pa. Coin-operated talk- 
ing-machine ' _ 

Bradshaw, Charles W., Argentine, Kans. Ditch-digging machine 

Bradshaw, Edwin, assignor to M. Bradshaw, Buffalo, N. Y. Window 

Bradshaw, Edwin, assignor to M. Bradshaw, Buffalo, N. Y. Pulley-casing __ 

Bradshaw, Irvin J., Ripon, Wis. Glove '. 

Bradshaw, Margaret. (See Bradshaw, Edwin, assignor.) 
Bradstreet, George P. (See Blackman, John J., assignor.) 

Bradt, Henry, and C. H. Horstmyer, Schenectady, N. Y. Broom 



Bradt. William E., Schenectady. N. Y.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to J. V. Pilcher 
Mfg. Co., Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. Cuff-holder 

Brady, Alford. assignor of one-half to G. Reymershoffer, M. Rosenberger, and M. M. 
Levy, Galveston. Tex. Changeable gearing 

Brady, Alford, assignor of three-fourths to G. Reymershoffer, M. Rosenberger, and M. M. 
Levy, Galveston, Tex. Lighting apparatus for vehicles 

Brady, Edward Y., et al. (See Clarke, John J., assignor.) 

Brady, Elizabeth, assignor of one-half to S. A. King, Peru, Ind. Dish-washer 

Brady, Eugene F., Altoona, Pa. Roundhouse _,. 



005.303 



677,629 
666,178 



666,179 
672,612 
686,439 
684,976 

667,864 
667,614 



675,262 
666,462 

668,137 



668,768 
666,795 



682,024 
686,201 



682,025 



670,025 
685,667 
685.466 
687,516 
686,253 



674,899 

683,548 
665,594 
674,363 

667,670 
677,929 



Date. 



Brady, James B., et al. (See Rudolph, Charles, assignor.) 

Brady, John F., Chicago, 111. Steam-turbine 

Brady, John S. (See Donnelly and Brady.) 

Bragge, Joseph, Camberwell, "Victoria. Carriage-truck for railways.. ._ 

Bragstad, Ole S. (See Arnold, Bragstad, and La Cour.) 

Bragunier. Parker M., Denver, Colo. Hitching device _ 

Brainard, Edwin F., assignor of one-half to F. J. Pierce, Gardner, Mass. Chair bottom 

or back __ 

Brainard, Edwin F., assignor to L. G. McKnight & Co., Gardner, Mass. Cutting-off and 

dowel-socket-boring or tenon-forming machine .. 



Dec. 24 
Jan. 1 



July 2 
Jan. 15 



Jan. 15 
Apr. 23 
Nov. 12 
Oct. 22 

Feb. 12 
Feb. 5 

Feb. 26 
May 28 
Jan. 22 

Feb. 12 



Feb. 26 
Jan. 29 



Sept. 3 
Nov. 5 



Sept. 3 
Aug. 20 

Apr. 2 
Oct, 29 
Oct. 29 
Nov. 26 
Nov. 12 



May 28 

Oct, 1 
Jan. 8 
May 21 

Feb. 12 
July 9 



679,358 July 30 
675,371 June 4 



Brainard, William S., West Bridgewater, Mass. Attachment for ehanneling-machines -. 

Brainerd, Addison H.. Thompsonville, Conn. Tobacco-hook 

Brainerd. George S., Boston, Mass. Sight device for gas apparatus 

Brake. Alfred, Wellington, New Zealand. Apparatus for measuring and delivering liquids. 

Brake, Alfred, Clapham, (London,) England. Apparatus for drawing off liquids 

Brake, Charles H., Hawarden, Iowa. Time-indicator, .. 

Brakeley, Asher and H. H., Bordentown. N. J. Vine-spraying machine 

Brakeley. Harry H. (See Brakeley. Asher and H. H.) 

Brakeley, Harry H. (See Brakeley, Joseph and H. H.) 

Brakeley, Harry H., Bordentown. N. J. Machine for shelling peas or beans. ,. 

Brakeley, Joseph, Freehold, and H. H. Brakeley, Bordentown, N. J. Machine for spray-j 
ing vines or plants ...j 

Brakeley, Joseph, Freehold, and H. H. Brakeley, Bordentown, N. J. Vine-spraying ma- 
chine 



672,349 

679,939 

689,035 

682,315 

688,585 
on;. iso 
673,532 

688,586 



Apr. 16 

Aug. 6 

Dec. 17 

Sept. 10 

Dec. 10 

Feb. 5 

May 7 

Dec. 10 



Braker, Charles W. (See Braker and Wolf.) 

Braker, Joseph H. and C. W., and F. C. Wolf, Philadelphia, Pa. Illuminated sign for 
street-cars, &c j 

Braley, James E., and W. R. O'Neill, Mineral, Ohio. Nut-lock .._ 

Braley, Thurman, Proctorville, Ohio. Knockdown coop or crate 

Brammertz, Carl L., and F. P. Fausten, Aachen, assignors to H. Prym, Stolberg, Ger- 
many. Oven for baking, roasting, &c 

Bramwell, Clarence C, Hyde Park, Mass. Gas-engine 

Branch, Benjamin O. (See Johnson and Branch.) 

Branch. Joseph G., St. Louis, Mo. Apparatus for distributing or feeding coal-oil or 
other h vdrocarbons : 



680,018 | Aug. 6 
,818 Mar. 12 



682,908 
668,950 

668,951 



667,490 
680,118 
684,180 

677,173 
678,823 



677,755 



Sept. 17 
Feb. 26 

Feb. 26 



Feb. 5 
Aug. 6 
Oct. 8 

June 25 
July 16 



July 2 



Monthly 
volume. 



3614 
994 



539 

25','H 



2521 
3246 
1344 

2892 

1292 



8453 
30(1)! 



1750 



2984 
3740 



006 
918 



697 
1806 

4 
4190 

3S2S 
3473 



2800 

222 
1476 
1838 

924 

1142 



2749 

427 

2530 
1208 

1683 
630 
328 

1684 
561 

1306 



2288 
3363 



:;:ii)i; 



1409 



3451 
2844 



764 



8-18 



2311 
231 



128 

585 



585 
751 
297 
664 

283 
176 

677 
788 
716 

395 



664 

802 



150 

202 



150 



1,2 
961 
878 
764 
221 



640 

50 

338 

425 

198 
199 
262 
263 

887 

1,2 

637 

90 

581 
273 
274 
397 
127 
77 
397 
121 
330 

516 

,748 
i749 

749 



127 
162 
315 

778 
642 



Official 
Gazette. 



94 



97 



96 
j-94 

94 



184 96 



2637 
199 



114 

544 



544 
710 
1259 



1267 
1155 

1660 
1797 
673 

1360 



1651 
822 



2002 
1148 



2002 
1441 



922 

852 
1734 
1182 



1668 

49 
313 
1457 

1194 
257 

880 
1860 

587 

1127 

2400 

2120 

2209 
1115 
1118 
2209 
1155 
2091 

2357 
1725 

1726 



1116 
1191 
305 

2604 
613 



162 



48 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Branch, William J., et al. (See Higgins, Alvin S., assignor.) 

Brand, George, Southfields, N. Y. Spring-mounted bed-bottom 

Brandeis, Louis D., trustee. (See Cordner, William J., assignor.) 

Brandenburg, Joseph W., Dayton, Ohio. Grave-vault 

Brandfon, Aaron, Brooklyn, N. Y. Suspender-loop 

Brandle, Henry. (See Smith, John, assignor.) 

Brandon, Eugene B. , Elkins, assignor of one-third to S. H. Fisher, Kerns, W. Va. 
device for stringed musical instruments 

Brandon, William, Kinsmore, Canada. Self-feeder and band-cutter 



Tuning 



No. 



Date. 



674,304 May 21 

674,900 May 28 
673,074 Apr. 30 



Brandreth, William. (See Marrder, Charles A., assignor.) 

Brandt, Carl, Boston, Mass. Ash-cart _ _ 

Brandt, Joseph H., Norristown, Pa. Ball-bearing 

Brandt, Oscar S. (See Ray and Brandt. ) 

Brandt, AVilhelm, Osterode, Germany. Sheet-metal building 

Brangham, William G., Niles, Ohio. Means for mottling tin plates 

Brangier, Pierre A., et al. (See Magnier, Paul, assignor.) 

Brannon, John W., Marquand, Ohio. Nut-lock _ 

Bransgrove, Charles, Lulu, Mich. Harvester-reel _ 

Branson, Louise A., Lowell, Mass. Ash-sifter.. _ 

Branson Machine Company. (See Rapp and Weber, assignors.) 

Branson, Tilghman E., assignorof one-third to M. L. Haworth, Belleplaine, Kans. Grain-i 
door for cars _ _ ; 

Brant, John W. (See Starkey, Frank, assignor. ) 

Brantingham, Barclay, Hocking, Iowa. Dumping-cage for mines. 

Brase, August F., St. Louis, Mo. Grain-separator. _ 

Brash, Charles, Victoria, Canada. Ore washing and concentrating machine 

Brass, Firm of Richard. (See Schkommodau, Gustav, assignor.) 

Brassard, Henry F. A. a, Bradford, England. Machine for mercerizing, &c, fiber and 
yarn _ 

Bratka, Rudolph. Minnesota Lake, Minn. Valve 

Brauch, Adolph, and F. Wellen, assignors to Enterprise Silk Company, Paterson, N. J. 
Loom for weaving gauze fabrics _ ___ 

Braucht, Katie D., guardian. (See Braucht, Roy L.) 

Braucht, Roy L., minor, Minneapolis, Minn.; K. D. Braucht, guardian, assignor to W. S. 
Nott Company. Clamp for leather-stretching machines _ __ 

Braun, Albert, Allegheny, Pa. Vehicle-top 

Braun, Alfred, Los Angeles, Cal. Hydrocarbon-burner 

Braun, Emil, New York, N. Y . Making vanilla flavoring-powder 

Braun, Frederick W. (See Calkins, Albert C, assignor.) 

Braun, Frederick W. (See Cary, Henry B., assignor.) 

Braun, Henry J., et al. (See Hofmeister, Charles H., assignor.) 

Braun, John, deceased; J. F. and W. P. M. Braun, Philadelphia, Pa., executors. Lawn- 
mower. 



Braun, John F., et al], executors. (See Braun, John.) 

Braun, John M., assignor of three-fifths to E. G. Stearns, Chicago, 111. Legging 

Braun & Sons, John. (See Deck, Henry, assignor.) 

Braun, William F., Chicago, 111. Device for deweighting scale-beams _ 

Braun, William P. M., et al., executors. (See Braun, John.) 

Braunger, Carl, Munderkingen, Germany. Support for flowers 

Braunstein, Julius, et al. (See Di Marco, Ubaldo, assignor.) 

Brawn, Fred W., and F. L. Fitzgerald, Waterville, assignors of one-third to J. H. Blais-) 

dell, Oakland, Me. Screen-plate holder j 

Braxton, William T., Philadelphia, Pa. Shoe-brush 

Bray, Ann E., Los Gatos, Cal. Fruit-jar _ _ _. 

Bray, Arthur W., J. A., and H.N., assignors of one-third to T. Cook, Ashton-under-Lyne,i 

England. Coupling for railway-carriages, wagons, &c - < 

Bray, Charles W., Pittsburg, Pa., assignor to American Tin Plate Company, Orange, 

N. J. Scrap-bundling press _ 

Bray, Horatio N. (See Bray, Arthur W., J. A., and H. N.) 
Bray, Joseph A. (See Bray, Arthur W., J. A., and H. N.) 
Bray, Joseph B., et al. 'See Goodwin, Landon R., assignor.) 
Bray, Mellen, trustee. (See Rooney, Henry F., assignor.) 

Bray, Mellen, Newton, Mass. Cushion-tread for boots or shoes 

Bray, Mellen N. (See Bray, William C. and M. N.) 

Bray, Samuel, Philadelphia, Pa. Legging 

Bray, Simeon L., Evansville, assignor to W. J. Schaefer, Petersburg, Tnd. Fruit-jar 

holder 



668,138 
676,301 

667,837 
678,772 

667,384 
668,553 

680,690 
670,662 
678,934 

687,618 

682,525 
677,630 
666,796 



670,098 
676,062 

670,981 



680,757 
670,268 
689,785 
687,974 



683,197 
669,337 



Bray, Walter J., Tipton, Iowa. Ball-bearing wheel for vehicles 

Bray, Walter J., Des Moines, Iowa, assignor to O. Miller and F. Wieneke, Chicago, 111. 
Luggage-carrier for bicycles 

Bray, William C, Newton, assignor to Tubular Rivet and Stud Company, Boston, Mass. 
Raceway for lacing-stud machines 

Bray, William C, Newton, and M. N. Bray, assignors to Tubular Rivet and Stud Com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. Tubular rivet _ _ _. 

Bray, William J., New York, N. Y., and O. R. B. Leidy, Allentown, Pa. Device for se- 
curing reclining or tilting chairs, &c 

Braymes, Mark, Philadelphia, Pa. Reclining-chair 



Breach, James J., Boston, Mass. Machine for cutting articles from sheet material . 
Breach, James J., Boston, Mass. Machine for cutting articles from sheet material . 



Breach, James J., Boston, Mass. 
Breach, James J., Boston, Mass. 
Break, Joseph, Spokane, Wash 



Machine for cutting articles from sheet material 

Sprocket wheel and chain 

Automobile __ ._ _ 

Breakey, James. * (See Low and Breakey.) 

Breakey, James, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Alden Type Machine Company, New York, 

N. Y. Type-distributing apparatus 

Breault, Medard, Cohoes, N. Y. Box 

Brecken ridge, Thomas W., Gainesville, Ark. Power-hammer -. 

Breda, Gottlieb, New York, N. Y. Cuff-button 

Brede. Max L. (See Elias, Jacob J., assignor.) 

Bredehoft, Cord, Ruby, N. D. Lifting-jack ___ -... 

Bredehoft, Cord, Ruby, N. D. Lifting-jack 



Feb. 12 
June 11 

Feb. 12 
July 16 

Feb. 5 
Feb. 19 

Aug. 20 
Mar. 26 
July 23 

Nov. 26 

Sept. 10 
July 2 
Jan. 29 



Mar. 19 
June 11 

Apr. 2 



Aug. 20 
Mar. 19 
Dec. 24 
Dec. 3 



Sept. 24 
Mar. 5 



686,199 j Nov. 5 
670,097 I Mar. 19 



Monthly 
volume. 



1840 



4157 



1760 
1827 

1244 
2748 

423 
2513 

1808 
2995 
3087 

3683 

1561 

540 

3741 



1935 
1317 



101 



2776 
498 
916 



686,581 

686,708 
676,932 

687,554 



Nov. 12 j 1611 

Nov. 19 1866 
3033 



June 25 
Nov. 26 



685,565 : Oct. 29 



675,619 

674,726 

677,733 
687,672 

669,677 

676,414 



008,321 
689,012 

676,457 



678,935 

683,376 
684,786 
668.709 



June 4 

May 21 

July 2 
Nov. 26 

Mar. 12 

June 18 

Nov. 19 

Feb. 19 
Dec. 31 

June 18 

July 23 

Sept. 24 
Oct. 22 
Feb. 26 



008,340 
000,797 
073,697 
077,031 

666,642 

676,977 I June 25 



Feb. 19 
Jan. 29 
May 7 
July 2 

Jan. 29 



3557 



4001 



489 

2494 

719 
3786 

1111 

2037 

2363 

2130 
4421 

2116 



3109 
2544 

2987 



2169 

3743 

616 

541 

3439 
3121 



425 



640 
951 



395 
[406 
1407 

273 
618 



500 



703 
691 



810 



354 
128 



448 
295 



24 



1956 429 
2274 530 
3925 I 915 

518 : 



639 
113 
201 
448 

i 359 

I 300 
414 
676 
1781 
1782 

916 



101 

576 

171 
836 

263 

453 

519 

471 
1018 
1470 
-M71 
(472 
1691 
■{692 
(693 
712 
580 



484 



145 
129 



799 
697 



Official 
Gazette. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



49 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly I Official 
volume. Gazette. 



Bredin, Charles H.. et al. (See Siegel, Charles R., assignor.) 

Bredin, David M., Picton, Canada. Self-closing faucet 

Breed, William J., and J. G. Warther. assignors to Crane & Breed Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. Burial-casket-lowering apparatus 

Breeden, Howard H , assignor of one-third to C. B. Neal, Millville, N. J. Register 

Breeding, Robert H. (See Welsh and Breeding.) 

Breeding, Robert H.. Philadelphia. Pa. Card record or index 

Breen, Howard M., New York, N. Y. Checking system for determining the form value 
of race-horses 

Breen, Thomas H., Holyoke, Mass. Stop for windows _ 

Brehm, Frederick W., assignor to Gundlach Optical Company, Rochester, N. Y. Pho- 
tographic-plate holder ___ _ 

Brehm, Leonard J., assignor of one-third to W. P. Colburn, Burlington, Wis. Rain-wa- 
ter filter 



Breide, Emilie. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Portable bath-tub 

Breitenstein, Henry, Laramie, Wyo. Steam pumping-engine __ 

Breitfield, Bernard 0., Philadelphia, Pa. Boring-tool holder __. _. 

Breitschuoh, Lothar, and P. Voigtlander, Leipsic, Germany. Measuring-tape for shoe- 
makers _- _ 

Brellier, Jean, Brussels, and E. Marius, Uccle, Belgium. Speed-regulator for explosive- 
engines 

Bremer, Hugo, Neheim, Germany. Paper-covered pencil 

Bremer, Hugo, Neheim, Germany. Electrode for arc-lamps - - 

Bremer, Hugo, Neheim, Germany. Electric-arc lamp ...'. 

Bremer, Hugo, Neheim, Germany. Electric-arc lamp _.. 

Bremner, Edward R. (See Megloughlin, Belford, and Bremner.) 

Bremser, Anton, and J. M. Fultz, Quincy, 111. ; said Fultz assignor to said Bremser. Con- 
vertible rocking-chair, couch, and merry-go-round _ 

Brenckle, Arthur C. (See Monroe and Brenckle.) 

Brennan, Thomas J. (See Otto and Brennan.) 

Brenneman, George D., Kirksville, Mo. Exercising apparatus 

Brennen, Alexander P. (See Heath, Lawrence, assignor.) 

Brentnall, Samuel, Manchester, England. Dressing-table.- _ 

Brenzinger, Julius, assignor to M. Ams, New York, N. Y. Can-heading machine 

Bresnahan, Maurice V. (See Heys, John J., assignor.) 

Breton, Leopold, Paris, France. Picture-exhibitor 

Brett, Edward S., Coventry, England. Drop-stamp_ 

Brett, Edward S., Coventry, England. Clutch __ 

Brett, Edward S., Coventry, England. Steam-stamp _ 

Brett, George, Toronto, Canada. Device for tightening hoops on round silos, water- 
tanks, barrels, &c . 

Brett, William H., et al. (See Kraushaar, George J., assignor.) 

Breuer, Leopold J. (See Fernez and Breuer.) 



Breul, Richard A. , Bridgeport, Conn. Furniture-nail machinery 

Brew, Daniel J., and H. B. Mallory, assignors of one-third to A. Turner, Danbury, Conn. 
Hat-forming machine 



680,839 

672,203 
680,189 

674,332 

674,232 
Brewer, Benjamin B.,and W. M. H. Burfeind, San Francisco, Cal. Swaging dental crowns. 674.S34 

Brewer, Charles A., Noroton Heights, Conn. Hand-stamp _ ;„. 

Brewer, Frank A., Jr., Watsonville, Cal. Dental forceps 

Brewer, Horatio J., New York, N. Y. Table 



Brewer, Albert G., Hopkinton, Mass. Press for leather-cutting, &c 

Brewer, Benjamin B., San Francisco, Cal. Draw-plate and stand for making seamless 
gold crowns for teeth 

Brewer, Benjamin B., and W. M. H. Burfeind, San Francisco, Cal. Apparatus for swag- 
• gold crowns 



673,897 

675,928 
680,562 

679.549 

669,021 
666,596 

674,432 

669,278 
669.070 
006.374 
680,425 

676,351 

680,758 

674,851 
079,877 
679,878 
684,407 



6S2.234 



665,990 

6S3,549 
605.397 

6S6,965 
677,433 
679,359 
689,279 

679,139 



Brewer, Horatio J., New York, N. Y. Zinc element for galvanic batteries . 
Brewer, Joseph, et al. (See Pollock, William A., assignor.) 

Brewer, Lowell H.. East Hartford, Conn. Seed-sowing apparatus 

Brewer, William J. (See Millard, Alonzo P., assignor.) 

Brewer, William J., assignor to National Roller and Ball Bearing Company, Washington,! 1 

D. C. Vehicle having roller-bearings _ 5 

Brewin, John C, Philadelphia, Pa. Take-up mechanism for knitting-machines 

Brewington, Henry S., Baltimore, Md. Bottle-stopper 

Brewington, Henry S., Baltimore, Md. Metal cap for bottles __ 

Brewster, Emily E. (See Brewster, Willis J., assignor.) 

Brewster, Francis W., London, assignor to Myers 1 Screw Propeller Syndicate, Limited,^ 

Manchester, England. Screw-propeller __ _ ___} 

Brewster, Frank H., assignor to Birmingham Iron Foundry, Derby, Conn. Automatic 

stop for heavy machinery _-. _ ___ 

Brewster, Frank H., assignor to Birmingham Iron Foundry, Derby, Conn. Bias-cutting 

machine 



Brewster, Frank H., assignor to Birmingham Iron Foundry, Derby, Conn. Machine for 
cross-wrapping rubber hose preparatory to vulcanization... _ 

Brewster, Robert, Chicago, 111. Artificial tooth 

Brewster, William F. (See McAllister, Page, and Werner, assignors.) 

Brewster, William F., New York, N. Y. Flexible and adjustable supporting device for) 
electric lamps _. ) 

Brewster, William F., New York, N. Y. Flexible supporting structure for electric lamps. 

Brewster, Willis J., Port Ewen, assignor to E. E. Brewster, Esopus, N. Y. Automatic 
electric fire-alarm 

Breymann, George H. (See Little, Shaw, and Breymann.) 

Briant, John M. (See Thompson, Carl G., assignor.) 

Brice, Edward C, Colwyn, Pa. Producing building material 

Brick, Conrad. (See Rogers, Richard M., assignor.) 

Bricker, Samuel P., Allegheny, Pa. Weather-strip.. 

Brickman, Thomas O, et al. (See Sutherland, James H., assignor.) 

Bridge, Henry. (See Post, Bridge, Cumfer, and Brown.) 

Bridgeport Manufacturing Company. (See Hobbs and Sperry, assignors.) 

Bridgeport Manufacturing Company. (See Sperry, Hobbs, and Keyes, assignors.) 

Bridges, George H., andT. C. Smith, Charleston, Mo. Hay-press 



679,290 
680,119 
677,632 
677,633 

683,903 



683.377 

673,236 

674,692 



680,671 

672,847 

681,015 

690,353 
688,501 

671,618 
671,619 

676,085 

669,977 
674,193 



674,596 



May 14 

June 11 
Aug. 13 

July 30 

Feb. 26 
Jan. 22 

May 21 

Mar. 5 
Mar. 5 
Jan. 22 

Aug. 13 

June 11 

Aug. 20 

May 2S 
Aug. 6 
Aug. 6 
Oct. 15 



Sept. 10 

Jan. 15 

Oct. 1 
Jan. 8 

Nov. 19 
July 2 
July 30 
Dec. 17 

July 23 



Aug. 20 

Apr. 16 
Aug. 6 

May 14 

May 14 
May 21 
July 30 
Aug. 6 

July 2 

July 2 

Oct. 8 

Oct. 8 

Sept. 24 

Apr. 30 

May 21 

Aug. 13 

Apr. 23 

Aug. 20 

Dec. 31 
Dec. 10 

Apr. 9 
Apr. 9 

June 11 

Mar. 19 
May 14 



May 21 



975 

1066 
1545 

4353 

3477 
3345 

1977 

378 

13 

2923 

1297 

1924 

1957 

2710 
309 
310 



1065 



2193 



224 
1063 



2425 
180 



2951 
3516 



2120 

2460 
861 

1766 

1576 
2677 
3829 
734 

542 

543 

891 

892 

3113 

4451 

2442 

1758 

3705 

2453 

5023 
1514 

1381 

1382 

1372 

1695 
1512 



-261 



22S 



235 

340 



977 



777 
776 



158 



3 
675 

285 

426 

429 



66 

66 

411 

240 

505 

51 

247 

533 
43 



780 



(462 
4 463 

(464 

568 
(192 
| 193 

408 

365 

614 
857 
163 
(129 
1130 
130 



(198 
I 199 
(712 
'/713 
1029 
563 



(387 

853 

543 

1159 
352 

(317 

'(318 

318 

307 



4 PAT 



350 



521 
522 



► 96 



•95 



1266 

2089 
1368 

958 

1749 
725 

1485 

1870 

1795 

638 

1317 

2263 

1476 

1651 
1105 
1105 
410 



2094 



481 



49 

228 



1500 
40 



2487 
765 



1507 

534 
1217 

1424 

1386 
1626 
850 
1191 

115 

115 

200 

200 

2545 

983 

1580 

1412 

807 

1573 

2941 
2175 

305 
305 

2152 

2172 
1373 



1543 



50 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly- 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Bridges, John, assignor of one-half to J. C. Shaver, Imboden, Ark. Broadax 

Bridges, Samuel G. , Kansas City, Mo. Apparatus for treating zinc ores _ 

Bridgewater, John P., Everett, Wash. Door for ore-roasting furnaces 

Bridgewater, William, Leicester, England. Paper-feeding machine 

Bridgewater, William, Leicester, England. Paper-feeding machine 

Bridgewater. William, Leicester, England. Paper-feeding machine 

Bridgland, Edward T. (See Drage and Bridgland.) 

Bridgman, William H , New York, N. Y. Shower-bath 

Bridgwater, Harry H.,and J. Haley, assignors to Akron Glass and Machinery Company,]; 
Akron, Ohio. Apparatus for conveying glassware into and through annealing-ovens J 

Brieger, Carl. (See Rupp, Philipp, assignor.) 

Brielmayer, Alexander, South Nyack, assignor of one-third to T. P. Fitzgerald, New 
York,N. Y. Non-reflllable bottle _ .._ 

Brien, James T. and T. R., Hoosick Falls, N. Y. Hot-air furnace 

Brien, Theodore R. (See Brien, James T. and T. R.) 

Briery, Leopold, Geneva, Switzerland. Cover or bag 

Brigg, Thomas H., London, assignor of seven-twentieths to C. W. Walker, Bradford, 
England. Pole-head device for carriages __ 

Briggs, Arthur A. (See Belmer, Charles G., assignor.) 

Briggs, Burdett B., Creston, Iowa. Fire-escape 

Briggs, Daniel, and W. H. Shepard, Brooklyn, assignors to Wyckoff, Seamans & Bene-^ 
diet, Ilion, N. Y. Type-writing machine ) 

Briggs, Daniel, and W. H. Shepard, Brooklyn, assignors to Wyckoff, Seamans & Bene- 
dict, Ilion, N. Y. Type-writing machine 

Briggs, Edward R., Amesbury, Mass. Dasher for vehicles 

Briggs, Eugene C, Montague, Mass. Paper-making machine _ 

Briggs, Francis W., Lewiston, Me. Ledger-holder 

Briggs, Frank J., Everett, assignor of one-third to H. A. Locke and G. F. Tarbell, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Apparatus for bleaching animal or vegetable fiber and fabric made 
therefrom __ _.. 

Briggs, Franz S., Neosho, Mo. Fish-trap 

Briggs, Frederick, (See Fowler, Clarence E., assignor.) 

Briggs, Frederick H., Boston, Mass. Pool-table.- 

Briggs, G. F., et al. (See Shavland, John E., assignor.) 

Briggs, Henry, Hasbrouck Heights, assignor to United Shoe Machinery Company, Pat- 
erson, N. J. Awl-actuating mechanism for shoe-sewing machines 

Briggs, Henry, Hasbrouck Heights, assignor to United Shoe Machinery Company, Pat- 
erson, N. J. Shoe-sewing machine _ _ 

Briggs, Henry, New York, N. Y., assignor to United Shoe Machinery Company, Pater-, 
son, N. J. Shoe-sewing machine _ \ 

Briggs, Horace M., et al. (See Parsons, George A., assignor.) 

Briggs, Isaac, Middleboro, assignor to C. W. S. McNally, Somerville, Mass. Culinary 
press __ 

Briggs, J. M. (See Driver, Charles H., assignor.) 

Briggs, Morris E., Alton, 111., assignor to Pilley Packing and Flue Brush Manufacturing 
Company, St. Louis, Mo. Rod-packing ._ 

Briggs N. C, et al. (See Weilenman, Franz F., assignor.) 

Briggs, Paul, Harrisburg, Pa. Carpet-stretcher. 

Briggs, Rollin A. (See Scott, David W., assignor.) 

Briggs, William F., Bristol, R. I. Clothes-line prop ..- 

Brigham, Charles F. (See Johnson, Frederick A., assignor.) 

Brigham, Edward M. (See Hatfield and Brigham.) 

Brigham, Henry M., and S. M. Meyer, New York, N. Y. Device for lighting lamps by 
electricity 

Brigham, Orman H., Chatsworth, 111. Atomizer 

Brigham, Robert P., Oconto, Nebr. Whiffletree-evener 

Bright, Benjamin E., Terre Haute, Ind. Drill _ 

Bright, Frederick W., assignor to Armour Packing Company, Kansas City, Kans. Ma- 
chine for cooling canned meats _-_ 

Bright, Jacob A., and W. D. Depriest, Mount Sidney, Va., assignors to W. L., C. T., and 
E. Lyon, Baltimore, Md. Machine for folding or edging metal sheets 

Bright, William, St. Louis, Mo. Paper-weight. . 

Brill, John A. (See Adams, Walter S., assignor.) 

Brill, John A. (See Hastings, George S., assignor.) 

Brill, John A. (See Kane, Michael E., assignor.) 

Brill, John A. (See Levy, Joseph L., assignor.) 

Brill, John A., Philadelphia, Pa. Convertible railway-car 

Brillie, Eugene, Paris, France. Apparatus for control of automobiles ---. 

Brinckle, Addington L., Philadelphia, assignor of one-half to B. C. Fox and W. O. Mc- 
Clurg, Chester, Pa. Telephone-receiver-support lock __ , 

Briner, Robert E., Kansas City, Mo. Copy -holder 

Bringham & Co., W. A. (See Hawn, Andrew P., assignor.) 

Brinkerhoff, Henry R., Oakpark, 111. Waterproofed wood and making same 

Brinkley, Thomas, and D. A. Wetrich, Stuart, Iowa. Riding-cultivator , 

Brinkley, Thomas C, Cleveland, Ohio, assignor of one-half to C. D. Lyford, Watertown, 
and A. W. Nunn, Cambridgeport, Mass., trustees. Adjustable roll for perforated mu- 
sic-sheets , 

Brinkman, Henry, et al. (See Carnegie, James, assignor.) 

Brinkman, John F. (See McDonald and Davis, assignors. 1 

Brinkmann, Heinrich, Munich, Germany. Thrust-bearing 

Brinser, Millard E., Lancaster, Pa. Journal-bearing 

Brinton, Walter, assignor to Taylor Iron & Steel Company, High Bridge, N. J. Mold for 
steel castings 

Brion, Adolph E., New York, N. Y. Sheet-steel split pulley - 

Brion, Adolph E., New York, N, Y. Sheet-steel pulley 

Brisben, Erne J., Cleveland, Ohio. Emery-wheel dresser ■ 

Brisco, Charles N., Chicago, 111. Stopper : 

Briscoe, Madison P., Athens, Ga. Combined planter and fertilizer-distributer 

Brislin, Andrew J., assignor to Standard Air Brake Company, New York, N.Y. Air-brake. 

Bristol, Elmer D. (See McCormack, Andrew J., assignor.) 

Bristol, Harvey S., Chicago, 111. Controlling device for motors 



667,000 

666,597 

688,587 
665,951 
669,678 
685,370 

688,057 

686,854 



671,753 
667,671 

684,181 

667,360 

672,998 
671,261 

671,262 

686,709 
665,868 
676,217 

684,182 
664,926 

680,759 

684,537 
687,719 
684,538 

668,485 

669,615 
670,947 
666.228 



680,636 
667,491 

688,984 
685,738 

667,385 

677,933 

683,888 



671,852 
687,599 

681,296 
667,763 

686,582 
669,134 

689,458 

677,434 
684,183 

669,952 
667,291 
680,691 

6*5,700 
665,809 
690,354 
674,493 

674,643 



Jan. 29 

Jan. 22 

Dec. 10 
Jan. 15 
Mar. 12 
Oct. 29 

Dec. 3 

Nov. 12 



Apr. 9 
Feb. 12 

Oct. 8 

Feb. 5 

Apr. 30 
Apr. 2 

Apr. 2 
Nov. 19 
Jan. 15 
June 11 



Oct. 8 
Jan. 1 

Aug. 20 



Oct. 15 

Dec. 3 

Oct. 15 

Feb. 19 

Ma>. 12 

Apr. 2 

Jan. 15 



Aug. 13 
Feb. 5 
Dec. 17 
Nov. 5 

Feb. 5 

July 9 
Oct. 1 



Apr. 9 
Nov. 26 

Aug. 27 
Feb. 12 

Nov. 12 
Mar. 5 

Dec. 24 

July 2 
Oct. 8 

Mar. 12 
Feb. 5 
Aug. 20 
Oct. 29 
Jan. 15 
Dec. 31 
May 21 

May 21 



4148 

3346 

1688 
2134 
1113 
3617 



1000 

1643 
925 

1410 

377 

4013 



708 
1866 
1997 
1642 



1411 
196 



2061 

23 

2063 

2411 

1003 

39 

2613 



1669 

633 

2425 

4 

423 

1149 
861 



1800 
3639 



29N1 
1097 



1612 
112 



3287 



181 
1412 

1639 
220 
1808 
4262 
1998 
5026 
2078 

2350 



,776 

i777 



494 
264 



160 
[221 

222 
223 



378 
199 

315 

78 

921 

1157 
|158 

159 

414 
464 
365 



316 
40 



465 

4,5,6 
1465 
■U66 
( 467 



541 



238 



600 



127 
560 
1,2 

86,87 

265 
190 



419 
800 
801 

663 



24 



773 



43,44 
316 
817 



48,49 
399 
976 
465 
1160 
482 

543 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



51 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly- 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



to 

a 



60 

oa 



Bristol, Howard C, East Tawas, Mich. Life-preserver 

Bristol^ Mortimer L., Hartford, Conn., assignor to John Thomson Press Company, New 
York, N. Y. Belt-shifter for embossing-presses _ 

Bristow, Charles, Marton, assignor to New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Com- 
pany, Limited, Wellington, New Zealand. Seed-sowing machine 

Bristowe, Frederick E., et al. (See MacDonald, George, assignor.) 

British Cyanides Company. (See Rossiter and Crowther, assignors.) 

British Mannesmann Tube Co. (See Reiman, Jaques, assignor.) 

British Uralite Company. (See Friswell, Richard J., assignor.) 

British Uralite Company. (See Salamon, Alfred G., assignor.) 

Brittain, David A., Westfield, Canada. Skidding-tongs 

Brittain, William J., Neodesha, Kans. Spring-motor 

Brittan, Henry M., assignor to American Steel and Wire Company, San Francisco, Cal. 
Stress apparatus 

Brittell, George, AlL.on, Nebr. Combined end-gate and scoop-board. 

Britton, Carrie M., executrix. (See Britton and Ludlow.) 

Britton, Clarence R., deceased, (C. M. Britton, executrix,) and W. I. Ludlow, Cleveland, 
Ohio; said Ludlow assignor to said Britton. Rolling-mill 

Britton, James A., Bethlehem, Pa. Hose-guide 

Britton, James A., Bethlehem, Pa. Hose-tongs 

Britton, James A., Bethlehem, Pa. Hose-washer 

Britton, Joseph A., New York, N. Y. Door check and alarm 

Broad, William, Beaver Falls, Pa., assignor of four-fifths to S. McLaughlin, H. J. Mur- 
phy, C. W. Shoemaker, and R. McLaughlin. Steam-trap 

Broadbent, John F., Scran ton, assignor of one-half to G. P. Rogers, Carbondale, Pa. 
Furnace 

Broadbooks, Peter, Batavia, N. Y. Combination-vis'e _._ ___ 

Broadbooks, Peter, Batavia, N. Y. Drilling apparatus 

Broadbooks, Peter, Batavia, N. Y. Nippers 

Broadfoot, Thomas, Milton, Kans. Repressor _ 

Broadt, Morris S. , Bloomsburg, Pa. Folding pigeonholes 

Broberg, Henry, New York, N. Y. Means for transmitting power 

Brobst, Jacob, South Bethlehem, Pa. Bracket for shade-rollers 

Brock, Matthias, Boston, Mass., assignor to United Shoe Machinery Company, Paterson, 
N. J. Last _ 

Brock, Vineyard C, Wasco, Oreg. Ledger-balances index 

Brock, William H., Long Island City, N. Y. Chain wrench 

Brockett, Atwater E., Boston, assignor to F. H. Young, Everett, and D. Greer, Brook- 
line, Mass. Folding seat 

Brockett, Chester H., et al. (See Brockett, David E., assignor.) 

Brockett, David E., assignor of seven-twelfths to C. B. Craig and C. H. Brockett, Wells- 
ville, Ohio. Automatic car-brake and speed-regulator _ 

Brockett, Harry B., Jr., Pittsburg, Pa. Apparatus for washing photographic or other 
prints .-- -. -- - 

Brockschmidt, August, et al. (See Cathriner, Joseph, assignor.) 

Brockton Supply Company. (See Dunn, George F., assignor.) 

Brockway, George F., assignor of one-half to A. D. Thompson, Howell, Mich. Hook and 
eye - 

Brockway, Mary C, Douglas, Wyo. Washboiler 

Brod, Louis A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Trolley-car _ 

Brodbeck, Adolf, Nashville, Tenn. Air-car. _ 

Brodeur, Magloire, Readville, Mass. Securer for machinery-legs 

Brodie, George M., Angels Camp, Cal. Adjustable pipe-coupling _ 

Brokaw, Samuel S., and R. H. Wiley, Flushing, Ohio. Shaft attachment 

Bromley, Daniel W., Wilmore, Ky., assignor to H. W. Harry, Dallas, Tex., W. and C. 

Bradford, Florence, Ky. Door-spring _._ 

Bromley, Emmet A., Brighton, Colo. Reservoir outlet-valve 

Bromley, William G., Harthegig, Pa. Corn-planter 

Bromm, Charles H., Saginaw, Mich. Apparatus for assisting in making piano-backs 

Bronder, Gaston A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Gas-engine 

Bronder, Gaston A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Valve ._ _ __. 

Bronder, Gaston A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Coal-hopper for gas-retort chargers 

Bronder, Gaston A., New York, N. Y. Motor-vehicle _ 

Bronder, Gaston A., New York, N. Y. Gas-retort-charging apparatus 

Bronnert, Emil, Dornach, M. Fremery and J. Urban, Dremmen, Germany. Preparing 

solutions of cellulose for the manufacture of thread __ 

Bronori, Frank, Bennington, Vt. View mechanism for slot-machines _ 

Bronori, Frank, Bennington, Vt. Vending-machine 

Bronori, Frank, Bennington, Vt. Coin-actuated mechanism 

Bronson, Otto A., Minneapolis, Minn. Coin-controlled weighing device 

Brook Company. (See Neubert, Franklin G., assignor.) 

Brook, Frank, and J. ;S. Gaunt, Huddersfield, England; said Brook assignor to said 

Gaunt. Workman's time-recorder 

Brook, William H., Tyus, Ga. Fender ~"~ 

Brooke, Edgar A., Dillon, Mont. Brake-lever for road-vehicles '"_'. 

Brooke, Robert G., Macclesfield, England. Fitting tor steam-traps 

Brooke, Robert G., Macclesfield, England. Steam-trap _. '_'_ 

Brooke, William T., et al. (See Frasier, Henry C, assignor.) 

Brooks, Anson W., Dalton, Mass. Combined rake, hoe, and sod-cutter 

Brooks, Byron A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Union Typewriter Company, Jersey City, 

N.J. Type-writing machine 

Brooks, Byron A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Union Typewriter Company, Jersey City,? 

N. J. Type-writing machine < 

Brooks, Byron A., Brooklyn. N. Y., assignor to Union Typewriter Company, Jersey City,? 

N. J. Type-writing machine _ j* 

Brooks, Byron A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Union Typewriter Company, of New Jer-> 

sey. Type-writing machine j 



679,721 
689,382 
672,308 



673,356 
672,089 

680,371 
679,165 



673,237 
683,434 

<;n9.o.v.i 

689,060 
680,190 

669,474 

665,851 
665,398 
065.39(1 
673,014 
666,463 
680,451 
687,474 
665,870 

673,131 
675,436 
674,194 

667,492 



687,975 
671,466 

675,437 

669,454 

671,179 

682,970 

670,763 
671,366 
672,144 

684,742 
679,940 
687,673 

689,061 

673,109 

674,293 
687,600 

673,110 

676,025 

672,350 
67K,',I36 
679,879 
683,678 

680,221 



682,133 
668,770 

(165.5(13 
(1119,0(13 
682,526 

665,871 

670,699 
678,473 

679,360 

677,110 



Aug. 6 
Dec. 24 
Apr. 16 



Apr. 30 
Apr. 16 

Aug. 13 
July 23 



Apr. 30 
Oct. 1 
Dec. 17 
Dec. 17 
Aug. 6 

Mar. 5 

Jan. 8 
Jan. 8 
Jan. 8 
Apr. 30 
Jan. 22 
Aug. 13 
Nov. 26 
Jan. 15 

Apr. 30 
June 4 

May 14 

Feb. 5 



Dec. 3 
Apr. 9 



June 4 

Mar. 5 

Apr. 2 

Sept. 17 

Mar. 26 
Apr. 2 
Apr. 16 

Oct. 15 

Aug. 6 
Nov. 26 

Dec. 17 

Apr. 30 

May 14 
Nov. 26 

Apr. 30 
June 11 



Apr. 16 
July 23 
Aug. 6 
Oct. 1 

Aug. 13 



Sept. 3 
Feb. 26 
Jan. 8 
Feb. 26 
Sept. 10 

Jan. 15 

Mar. 26 
July 16 

July 30 

June 25 



7 
3140 
2666 



4669 
2263 



1201 

3508 



4452 

16 

2574 

2570 

863 

727 

1949 

1065 
1060 
4048 
3091 
1340 
330(1 
2000 

4274 

134 

1513 

634 



519 
1105 

137 

679 

529 

2393 

3161 

906 

2359 

2456 

428 
3787 

2577 

4225 

1694 
3639 

4229 

1242 

2750 
3(107 
313 
455 

933 



865 
29SK 
131.3 
3.5K2 
1563 

2001 

3052 
2173 

3960 

3352 



3 
730 
617 



1079 
(521 
1522 

265 

797 



1029 
4 
594 
594 
193 

170 

451 

248 
248 



294 
745 
465 



350 
128 

124 
255 



31 

(156 

1157 

120 

(541 

(542 

743 

205 

545 

558 
90 

836 
(594 
|595 
(967 
1968 

392 

801 
(968 
^969 
(970 
(277 
I 278 



103 
J 209 
1210 



194 
665 
302 
798 
355 

465 

717 
1490 
491 



753 
754 



-95 



95 
97 
97 
97 



94 



91 
95 
95 

97 
96 
97 

► 97 

► 95 

'95 
97 

► 95 
-95 



96 
94 
94 
94 
96 

94 

94 
^96 

-96 

-95 



1044 
2541 
572 



1026 
496 



1298 
777 



5 
2409 
2409 
1217 

1941 

410 
228 
228 
904 
673 
1327 
1716 
444 

947 
1886 
1373 

1116 

1945 
249 



1887 

1932 

112 

2378 

2486 
188 
514 

529 

1127 
1801 

2409 



1409 
1769 



2124 

587 

681 

1105 

94 

1246 



2036 
1652 
278 
1770 
2191 

444 

2463 
475 



2585 



52 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Brooks, Byron A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Union Typewriter Company, of New Jer- 
sey. Ribbon-feed mechanism for type-writers 

Brooks, Chapin C, Wilton, Me. Magazine-gun 

Brooks, Chapin C, Hallowell, Me. Machine for serrating cutting edges. 

Brooks, Charles E., Marshall, Mich. Hernial truss 

Brooks, Edward J., East Orange, N. J. Snap-seal 

Brooks, Edward J., East Orange, N. J. Seal - 

Brooks, Edward J., East Orange, N. J. Snap-seal 

Brooks, Edward J., East Orange, N. J. Seal 

Brooks, Everett W., et al. (See Nistle, George W., assignor.) 

Brooks, Everett W., et al. (See Sharpneck, William S., assignor.) 

Brooks, Frank, et al. (See Rouse, Albion M., assignor.) 

Brooks, Franklin W., Washington, D. C, assignor to Grant Manufacturing Cempany. 

Seal. 

Brooks, Horace W. (See Carson, George C, assignor.) 

Brooks, James, New York, N. Y. Receptacle for garbage, ashes, &c 

Brooks, James, Mount Vernon, assignor to H. Budelman, New York, N. Y. Stopper.. . 

Brooks, James E., Glen Ridge, N. J. Fireproof roof 

Brooks, James L. (See Holmes, Emory F., assignor.) 

Brooks, James M., Molena, Ga. Wheeled earth-scraper 

Brooks, John, and W. S. Huson, Plainfield, N. J., assignors to Aluminum Plate and) 
Press Company, Plainfield, N. J., and New York, N. Y. Printing-press ) 

Brooks, Joseph A., Warren, 111. Boiler-handle 

Brooks Locomotive Works. (See Player, John, assignor.) 

Brooks, Moses W., Sidney, N. Y. Axle and axle-box 

Brooks, Mott B., Rochester, N. Y. Spraying apparatus or device ..\ 

Brooks, Mott B., Rochester, N. Y. Door-securer 

Brooks, Mott B., Rochester, N. Y. Spraying apparatus or device 

Brooks, Reuben, assignor to Russia Cement Company, Gloucester, Mass. Collapsible tube 

Brooks, Robert, and A. A. Roth, assignors to National Elevator Safety Device Company, 
Baltimore, Md. Safety appliance for elevators 

Brooks, Sewell A., Springville, N. Y. Scaffold. 

Brooks, Simeon S., Chester, Conn. Garment-hanger 

Brooks, William H, and H. C. Fischer, Cleveland, Ohio. Guard for water-gages 

Brophy, John P., assignor to Cleveland Machine Screw Company, Cleveland, Ohio. At- 
tachment for automatic lathes 

Brophy, John P., assignor to Cleveland Machine Screw Company, Cleveland, Ohio.) 
Speed-changing device for automatic lathes 5 

Brophy, Michael M., London, England. Radiator for warming buildings 

Brophy, Michael M., London, England. Device for separating mechanical impurities 
from steam 

Brophy, Michael M., London, England. Cock or valve - 

Brosius, Samuel O., Kulp, Pa. Lifting-jack 

Brosnan, Cornelius J., Springfield, Mass. Electric cigar-lighting apparatus 

Brothers, Charles A., Richmond, Va. Collar-fastener. 

Brott, George F., assignor of four-fifths to R. N. Harper, C. B. Hite, W. B. Marshall, and 
R. Brott, Washington, D. C. Cooking stove or range 

Brott, Mary J., Des Moines, Iowa. Shoe-lace holder 

Brott, Robert, et al. (See Brott, George F., assignor.) 

Brough, William, Baltimore, Md. Automatic weighing-machine 

Brougher, Jacob C, Opdyke, 111. Sight for firearms 

Broughton, Alfred, assignor of two-thirds to M. E. Broughton and H. C. Lippincott, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Shoe-fastener 

Broughton, Ben, Hamilton, Canada Tire for bicycles 

Broughton, Mary E., et al. (See Broughton, Alfred, assignor.) 

Broughton, Pulaski B., et al. (See Neill and Tinker, assignors.) 

Broughton, William C, Gloucester, England. Treating disintegrated slate mixture for 
the manufacture of articles. 

Brouhon, Lambert, assignor of one-half to J. Bindelle, Aix-la-Chapelle, Germany. Fur- 
nace .-* 

Brouse, Claude. (See Fisher and Brouse.) 

Browder, William. (See Butcher and Browder.) 

Brower, Ernest C. (See Brower, George E. and E. C.) 

Brower, George E. and E. C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Garment press and case 

Brower, George W.. Portland, assignor of one-half to Oregon Electric Lumber Company, 
Bay City, Oreg. Sawmill 

Brower, Hiram B., Quaker Farms, Conn., assignor to F. W. Wood, New York, N. Y. 
Dust-guard _ 

Brower, Hiram B., Quaker Farms, Conn., assignor to Wood's Car Seal and Manufactur- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111. Seal-lock _ 

Brower, Hiram B., Quaker Farms, Conn., assignor to W. B. Hosmer. Boston, Mass., and 
F. W. Wood, New York, N. Y. Seal-lock ! 

Brower, Jacob D., Salem, Oreg. Writer's companion 

Brower, John J., Weston, Mich. Grain-mill 

Brown, Albert E., Toronto, Canada. Setting-up machine 

Brown, Albert R., Erwin, Tenn. Cabinet-case for merchandise 

Brown, Alexander E., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Brown Hoisting Machinery Company,) 
of Delaware. Hoisting and conveying machine J 

Brown, Alexander E., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Brown Hoisting Machinery Company.) 
Apparatus for unloading coal 5 

Brown, Alexander E., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Brown Hoisting Machinery Company. 
Corrugating sheet metal - 

Brown, Alexander E., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Brown Hoisting Machinery Company. 
Dovetailed sheet metal or material 

Brown, Alfred P., New York, N. Y. Loose-leaf book and support 

Brown, Alfred T., assignor to Warner Elevator Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Thrust-bearing _ 

Brown, Alfred T., assignor to Warner Elevator Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Controlling mechanism for elevators 



No. 



677,111 

688,383 

688,384 
082,235 
673,996 
676,415 
679,104 
679,411 



688,225 

667,422 
689,573 
667,292 

679,291 



660,484 



664,829 

687,976 

669,819 

672,473 
072,820 
675,372 

671,411 
CS2.7.S3 
668,673 
668,325 

681,188 
681,189 
665.308 

675,711 
679,525 
688,155 
686,583 
678,331 

668,599 
674,494 

673,357 
670,012 

670,192 
686,255 



681,190 
669,978 

676,458 

683,590 

679,880 

681,191 

677,013 
665,057 
678,536 
676,870 
673,755 

682,666 
688,290 

689,280 

689,281 
667,865 

673,676 

679,361 



Date. 



June 25 

Dec. 10 

Dec. 10 

Sept. 10 
May 14 
June 18 
July 23 
July 30 



Dec. 3 

Feb. 5 
Dec. 24 
Feb. 5 

July 30 



Jan. 22 



Jan. 1 

Dec. 3 

Mar. 12 

Apr. 23 
Apr. 23 
June 4 

Apr. 2 
Sept. 17 
Feb. 26 
Feb. 19 

Aug. 27 
Aug. 27 
Jan. 1 

June 4 
July 30 
Dec. 3 
Nov. 12 
July 9 

Feb. 19 

May 81 

Apr. 30 

Mar. 19 

Mar. 19 

Nov. 12 



Aug. 27 
Mar. 19 

June 18 

Oct. 1 

Aug. 6 

Aug. 27 

June 25 
Jan. 1 
July 16 
June 25 
May 7 

Sept. 17 
Dec. 10 

Dec. 17 

Dec. 17 
Feb. 12 

May 7 

July 30 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



3355 

1282 

1284 
1066 
1146 
2039 
3455 
4074 



981 

500 

3515 

227 

3830 



3146 



522 
1398 



994 
2054 

2783 
2131 

2776 
2777 



652 
4310 

869 
1613 
1888 

2626 
2080 

4671 
1788 

2136 
1009 



2779 
1696 

2123 
288 
314 

2780 

3175 

427 
2300 

2S89 
722 

1804 
1119 

2952 

2954 
1294 

587 

3975 



i 754 
1755 
i 295 
296 
296 
240 
267 
454 
770 
909 



227 

100 

823 

49 



72-1 
725 
726 
727 
728 
789 
730 
' 1 

124 
330 
331 

694 



224 
465 
621 
472 

616 
1616 
)617 

204 

135 
969 
196 
360 
434 

589 
482 

1080 
416 



223 



398 

472 

64,65 

67 

617 

713 
96 

518 
650 
171 
1414 
(415 
(257 
1258 

687 



138 



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J- 97 

97 
96 
95 
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



53 



Alphabetical list of patentee* — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Brown, Ajubrose F., Lynch, W. Va., and J. M. Elliott, East Brady, Pa. 
die. 



Thread-cutting 



Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Carleton, Cyrus, assignor.) 
Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Gabriel, Charles R.. assignor.) 
Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Parker, John, assignor.) 

Crown, Andrew B., Edinburgh, Scotland. Steering machinery. 

Brown, Andrew E., Leadville Colo. Weather-strip __ 

Brown, Andrew J., Oklahoma City, Okla. Ter. Sand-band for vehicle-wheels .-_ 

Brown, Archibald L., Chicago, 111. Sign 

Brown, Arthur H., Syracuse, N. Y. Knife-bar for mowing-machines 

Brown, Benjamin P., et al. (See Tranter, Ira E., assignor.) 

Brown, Berr.y A., Franklin, Ohio. Head-protector _ 

Brown, BertC, Avoca, N. Y. Game apparatus 

Brown & Burpee. (See Clark, Frank M., assignor.) 

Brown, Catharine, Philadelphia, Pa. Garment-clasp 

Brown, Charles, Chicago, 111. Abrasive sleeve __ 

Brown, Charles A., et al. (See Davis, Charles L., assignor.) 

Brown, Charles B. (See Murray, James, assignor.) 

Brown, Charles D. (See Davis and Brown.) 

Brown. Charles F. (See Eddy. Brown, and Hickey.) 

Brown, Charles F. (See Marshall, Dana K., assignor.) 

Brown, Charles F., trustee. (See Carleton, Roswell, assignor.) 

Brown, Charles H. (See Bryant and Brown.) 

Brown, Charles H., assignor of one-half to S. G. and A. S. Martin, Port Huron, Mich. 

Apparatus for excavating from river-beds ; 

Brown, Charles H., assignor of one-half to S. G. and A. S. Martin, Port Huron, Mich. 

Apparatus for submarine operations 

Brown, Charles H.. assignor of one-half to S. G. and A. S. Martin, Port Huron, Mich. 

Apparatus for submarine operations ; _ 

Brown, Charles M. (See Russell and Brown. > 

Brown, Charles N., Boston, assignor to J. S. Wilson, Chelsea, Mass. Machine for treat-i! 
ing metal pipes or tubing _ ,. .) 

Brown, Charles N., Boston, assignor of one-half to J. S. Wilson, Chelsea, Mass. Circular? 
loom _- ) 

Brown, Charles T., and F. W. Leuthesser, assignors to Monash-Younker Co., Chicago, 
111. Steam-trap 

Brown, Charles W., et al. (See Owen, Charles F., assignor.) 

Brown, Charles W., Dallas, assignor of one-half toR. L. Heflin, Galveston, Tex. Cotton- 
gin feeder 

Brown, Chauncey B. (See Brown, James E. and C. B.) 

Brown, Daniel, Newark, N. J. Acetylene-gas lamp 

Brown, Daniel T., Pawtucket, R. I. Sash-lock. 

Brown, Daniel T., Pawtucket, R. I. Cleaner-trunk 

Brown, Daniel W., Westplains, Mo. Tanning compound 

Brown, David H. (See Harraman, Chapman, Severin, and Brown.) 

Brown, David J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Carbureter 

Brown, Edgar'W., Dayton, Ohio. Electric fan 

Brown, Edward C, Rochester, N. Y. Sprayer 



Brown, Edward C, Rochester, N. Y. Spraying apparatus. 

Brown, Edward K., Springfield, Mass. Instrument for measuring the resistance of elec- 
tric circuits. -__ _- 

Brown, Edwin, assignor to American Card Clothing Company, Worcester, Mass. Card- 
clothing 

Brown, Edwin F. (See Hammer, John L., assignor.) 

Brown, Edwin H. (See Foote, Theodore M., assignor.) 

Brown, Edwin J., Oneida, N. Y. Detector device for bottles, &c - 

Brown, Edwin J., Oneida. N. Y. Detector device for bottles, jars, or cans ___ 

Brown, Eleazer P., New York, N. Y. Life-preserver _. 

Brown, Ellis E., Reading, Pa. Handle and adjuster for electric lights 

Brown, Elmer E., assignor to himself and G. H. Brown, Mount Joy, Pa. Witch-loom___ 

Brown, Eugene, Colfax, Wash. Portable warehouse-elevator 

Brown, Eugene, Scranton, Pa. Combined milk dipper and measure 



Brown, Eugene H, Troy, N. Y. Folding-machine for collar-blanks, &c _._ 

Brown Fence and Wire Company. (See Harris, Jonathan, assignor.) 
Brown, Frank R. (See Shelain, Frank G., assignor.) 

Brown, Fred H., Los Angeles, Cal. Locating metallic minerals.. _ 

Brown, Fred H, Chicago, 111. Apparatus for detecting and locating metallic ores, min- 
erals, &c _ 

Brown, Fred O. O, Grand Rapids, Mich. Garment-stay 



Brown, Frederick W., Berlin, N. H. Gluing or pasting machine 

Brown, Fredrick H. (See Morgan and Brown.) 
Brown, Garrett. (See Young, William J., assignor.) 

Brown, George E., Chicago, 111. Orthodontia wrench ._ 

Brown, George H. (See Brown. Elmer E., assignor.) 

Brown, George K. (See Trommlitz, George AV., assignor.) 

Brown, George T., assignor of one-half to J. D. Brown, Baltimore, Md. Lamp-burner... 

Brown, George W. (See Scheidler and Brown. ) 

Brown, Harold P., Montclair, N. J. Electric bond for railway-rails 

Brown, Harrison H, Fond du Lac, Wis. Whiltletree-snap 

Brown, Harry N.. assignor of three-fourths to F. H. Grace, Baltimore. Md., H. L. May- 

nard and T. J. Wool, Portsmouth, Va. Combination ticket and duplicate transfer 

Brown, Harvey E., Slough, England. Speed-changing and reversing gear 

Brown, Harvey H. (See Stevens, Theodore B., assignor.) 

Brown, Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. Knitting seamless stockings with lacework effect by 

machinery - _ 

Brown, Henry S., New York, N. Y. Plaiting-machine. 

Brown, Henry S., New York, N. Y. Plaiting-machine. _ 

Brown, Herbert O., and J. R. Donnelly, Fairfield, Me. Carbureter 



Brown, Herbert S., New York, N. Y. Electrically-operated musical instrument . 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



No. 



Date. 



O > 



684.184 Oct. 8 



669.230 Mar. 5 

683,017 Sept. 24 

670,193 Mar. 19 

665.309 Jan. 1 

668.486 Feb. 19 

665.310 Jan. 1 
672,821 Apr. 23 

668.401 Feb. 19 

076.487 June 18 



675,124 J May 



675,125 
685,028 

686,921 

690,355 



669,720 

681,616 
675,263 
688.588 
680,222 

669,317 
680,120 

682,236 

682,237 

688,058 

677,112 



674,053 
683,841 
676,836 
670,552 
681,869 
668,971 
685,906 

678,094 



672,309 
689,849 
672,310 
685,566 

678,374 

682,134 

668.903 
685,250 

670,338 
686,250 



008,674 
672,887 
677,496 
677,852 

678,095 



May 28 
Oct. 22 

Nov. 19 

Dec. 31 

Aug. 6 

Mar. 12 



1415 



293 
2493 
2137 

2413 



2261 
2181 



3219 
3221 



5027 



207 



1200 
3577 



Aug. 27 
May 28 | 3454 
Dec. 10 1689 
Aug. 13 



Mar. 5 
Aug. 6 

Sept. 10 

Sept. 10 

Dec. 3 

June 25 



930 



455 
735 

1067 

1070 

691 

3357 



May 14 ! 1259 
Oct. 1 • 749 
June 18 I 2817 
Mar. 26 2782 



Sept. 3 
Feb. 26 
Nov. 5 

July 9 



Apr. 16 

Dec. 31 

Apr. 16 

Oct. 29 

July 16 

Sept. 3 

Feb. 26 
Oct. 29 

Mar. 19 

Nov. 12 



Feb. 26 
Apr. 30 
July 2 
July 9 

July 9 



396 

3401 

342 

1441 



2668 
4068 
2671 
4005 

1989 



3402 



2401 
1010 



2784 
3788 
283 
969 

1443 



317 



67 
566 
498 
205 
541 

205 



505 
485 



(731 
(732 

732 



j 513 

(514 

(1160 
<?1161 
(1162 

44 



794 

789 



106 

163 

[240 

1241 

241 

160 

755 



292 
165 
639 
652 

80 
759 

70 
i 332 



617 
; 943 

944 
618 
;916 
917 



453 



195 



727 
784 



223 



621 
870 
70 
228 
333 
334 



97 



94 
96 
94 
94 
94 

94 
95 

94 



>-95 

95 
97 

J- 97 

\ 97 
96 

94 

96 
95 
97 
96 

94 
96 

-96 

96 

97 

95 



95 
97 
95 
94 
96 
94 
97 

96 



95 
■97 

95 
•97 



96 



97 



3' 16 



1851 
2418 
2261 
178 
1511 

178 
796 

1480 



1751 

1752 

656 

1482 
2942 
1084 

2054 

1816 
1798 
2210 
1247 

1886 
1191 

2094 

2095 

1982 

2586 



1323 
151 
2462 
2410 
1945 
1733 
1031 

313 



572 
2752 
573 



439 



1707 
763 



2315 
1185 



1610 

845 

61 

224 

313 



54 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Brown, Herman E. (See Post, Bridge, Cumfer, and Brown.) 

Brown Hoisting Machinery Company. (See Brown, Alexander E., assignor.) 

Brown Hoisting Machinery Company. (See Levin, Arvid M., assignor.) 

Brown, Horace F., Chicago, 111. Furnace _ 689,062 

Brown, Horace H., New York, N. Y. Spring bed-bottom 683,636 

Brown, Horace P., San Francisco, Cal. Manifolding-sheet ... 680,637 

Brown, Howard N., Boston, Mass. Holdfast 667,816 

Brown, Howard N., Boston, Mass. Holdfast 680,563 

Brown, Ira S., South Norwalk, Conn. Instrument for teaching touch type-writing 665,991 

Brown, J. Warren, et al. (See Annable, Warren W., assignor.) 

Brown, Jacob S., assignor of one-half to F. Eichenhofer, Los Angeles, Cal. Reaming 

tool 687,296 

Brown, James, Pawtucket, R. I. Holding-socket for bobbins 680,019 

Brown, James D. (See Brown, George T., assignor.) 

Brown, James E. and C. B., Bradford, Pa. Corner-post and joint 687,114 

Brown, James G., assignor of one-half to Cleveland Window Glass Company, Cleveland 

Ohio. Prism-plate .'. 665,170 

Brown, James H. (See Gilman and Brown.) 

Brown, James H. , Eau Claire, Wis. Attachment for sawmill-carriages 675,506 

Brown, James H., Denver, Colo., assignor of one-half to F. H. Franke, Chicago, 111. Ad 

justing device for window-shades 689.282 

Brown, James P., Hillsboro, 111. Collection and delivery mail-box ___ _ 670,553 

Brown, James P., Hillsboro, 111. Collection and delivery mail-box.- 673,156 

Brown. James W., assignor of one-half to A. Blanchard, Brockton, Mass. Sanitary-plumb- 
ing system _ 6S3,906 

Brown, Jeremiah D., Plainfield, N. J. Marine propeller. 675,929 

Brown, John, Belfast, Ireland. Electrical reciprocating apparatus 684,906 

Brown, John F., Pittsburg, Pa. Spring-bed 

Brown, John H., New York, N. Y., and G. N. Whistler, Pompton, N. J. Apparatus for 

treating gunpowder _ 661!. 485 

Brown, John J., East Toledo, Ohio. Non-refiUable bottle _ 689,383 

Brown, John J., assignor of one-half to J. C. King, Toledo, Ohio. Non-refillable bottle.. 665,400 
Brown, John J., and F. S. Arntfield, assignors to T. Yates, Preston, Canada. Picking 

mechanism for looms 687,555 

Brown, John P., et al. (See Marshall, John J., assignor.) 

Brown, John R., Vancouver, Canada. Can-filling machine 671,392. 

Brown, John R., Eau Claire, Wis. Vehicle-brake _ 676,600 

Brown, John W., Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Automatic boring-machine 666,486 

Brown, John W., Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Operating device for turret-lathes 668,086 

Brown, John W., Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Drilling-machine. 685,668 

Brown, John W., Jr., assignor to Enterprise Manufacturing Company of Pennsylvania, 

Philadelphia, Pa. Registering-pump 665,390 

Brown, John W., Jr., Philadelphia. Pa., and W. L. Schellenbach, Cincinnati, Ohio, as-) 

signors to Enterprise Manufacturing Company of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.S 668,087 

Turret-lathe. ) 

Brown, John W., assignor to Collins Plow Company, Quincy, 111. Riding-plow 681,948 

Brown, Joseph, Melrose, Mass. Horse-stopping device 669,071 

Brown, Lacortus F., Galena, Kans. Lifting-jack. __ 679,827 

Brown, Lemuel N., Los Angeles, Cal. Nozzle-holder 674,161 

Brown, Lewis, Slide Mountain, N. Y. Motor or engine -. 676,933 

Brown, Lewis A. (See Lang, Albert B., assignor.) 

Brown, Lewis A., St. Louis, Mo. Elevated electric railway 667,966 

Brown, Lewis A., assignor of one-half to D. Tredway, St. Louis, Mo. Composition of 

matter 672,351 

Brown, Lewis A., assignor of one-half to D. Tredway, St. Louis, Mo. Forming composi- 
tion of matter - 672,352 

Brown, Lewis A., assignor to Peramite Seal Company, St. Louis, Mo. Car-seal , 683,245 

Brown, Mark A., assignor of one-half to W. O. Paxson, Douglas, Ga. Car-coupling 670,218 

Brown, Mark A., assignor of one-half to W. O. Paxson, Douglas, Ga. Car-coupling 689,063 

Brown, Maurice D. (See Gros and Brown.) 

Brown, MiloM., Bloomdale, Ohio. Tire-valve 674,572 

Brown, Norman E., St. Joseph, Mich. Box-stapling machine 672,353 

Brown, Ole A., Lawrenceburg, Tenn. Reclining-chair 683,907 

Brown, Orlando W., Pittsburg, Pa. Mechanical movement 680.372 

Brown, Oscar L., Ellisville, Miss. Automatic air-coupling for railway-cars 685,813 

Brown, Perry, Wilmington, Del. Draft mechanism 671,367 

Brown, Perry, Wilmington, Del. Draft mechanism 671,368 

Brown, Perry, Wilmington, Del. Draft mechanism 671,369 

Brown, Perry, Wilmington, Del. Draft mechanism 671,370 

Brown, Perry, Wilmington, Del. Car-coupling _ ._. 682,238 

Brown, Peter S., Bothwell, Scotland. Manufacture of built-up veneer 671,467 

Brown, Robert, et al. (See Horton, Arcbible M., assignor.) 

Brown, Robert, Birmingham, England. Electric traction 666,258 

Brown, Robert A., assignor of two-thirds to J. L. Harper, agent, and J. S. Roark, Ameri- 

cus, Ga. Cotton-planter 670,467 

Brown, Robert P.. et al. (See Craw, Joseph T., assignor.) 

Brown, Robert S., assignor to New Britain Machine Company, New Britain, Conn. Mor- 

tising-machine 673,378 

Brown, Robert S., assignor to New Britain Machine Company, New Britain, Conn. Tool- 
rack 681,098 

Brown, Royal F., Chicago, 111. Hot-water heater 685,029 

Brown, Russell W., Colfax, Cal. Revolving hat show-case ._. 680.922 

Brown, Samuel H., Washington, D. C, assignor to American Digester Manufacturing 

Company. Extracting grease from garbage .- 689,535 

Brown, Schuyler C, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Water-closet a. - 688,234 



Dec. 17 

Oct. 1 
Aug. 13 
Feb. 12 
Aug. 13 
Jan. 15 



Nov. 26 
Aug. 6 

Nov. 19 

Jan. 1 

June 4 

Dec. 17 
Mar. 26 
Apr. 30 

Oct. 8 
June 11 

Oct. 22 

Oct. 8 

Jan. 22 
Dec. 24 
Jan. 8 

Nov. 26 



Jan. 1 

Feb. 12 

Sept. 3 
Mar. 5 
Aug. 6 
May 14 
June 25 

Feb. 12 

Apr. 16 

Apr. 16 
Sept. 24 
June 11 
Dec. 17 

May 21 

Apr. 16 

Oct. 8 
Aug. 13 
5 

2 

2 

2 

2 
Sept. 10 
Apr. 9 



Nov. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 



Jan. 22 



Mar. 26 



May 7 

Aug. 20 
Oct. 22 
Nov. 19 

Dec. 24 
Dec. 3 



2578 

378 
1670 
1210 
1548 
2194 



3057 
563 

2678 

664 

269 

2956 
2783 
4327 

896 
1073 

2767 

894 

3159 
3141 
1067 

3558 



Apr. 2 


957 


June 18 


2385 


Jan. 22 


3161 


Feb. 12 


1661 


Oct. 29 


4193 



1039 
1663 

560 
14 

210 
1451 
3035 

1467 

2751 

2752 
2875 
1644 
2582 

2225 
2752 



1202 
164 

907 

912 

914 

916 

1072 
1106 



2645 



10 

2601 
2990 
2332 

3442 
997 



[595 
'596 
85 
369 
265 
340 
506 



670 
121 



589 
148 



652 



200 
236 
i 629 
1630 
199 

730 
730 

248 

782 

1217 
218 
533 
i 730 
731 
i 371 
|372 
1961 
| 962 

242 

| 372 

373 

'374 

118 

3 

45 

336 

676 

325 



660 
365 
596 

513 
i 637 

1638 
200 
266 
34 
206 
207 
207 
207 



242 
256 

1618 
;619 

619 

2 

574 
683 
514 

807 
230 



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97 



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96 



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96 

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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



55 



Name residence, and invention. 




Brown, Seraphine 31. L. J., Chicago, 111. Combined umbrella and hat-carrier j 685,968 

Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Spalding. Frank, assignor.) 

Brown, Sidney G., Bournemouth, England. Relay 666,954 I Jan. 29 

Brown, Sidney G., Bournemouth, England. Relay 668,869 Feb. 26 

Brown, Sidney G., Bournemouth, England. Telegraphic apparatus 681,61? Aug. 27 

Brown, Silas 31., Chicago, HI. Machine for pitting and stuffing fruits, &c 667,423 Feb. 5 

Brown, Stuart A. , Mount Fair, Va. Electric whistle 677,772 

Brown, Theodore P., Worcester, Mass. Pneumatic or bellows for musical instruments.. 

Brown, Theodore P., Worcester, Mass. Puppet- valve for automatically-operated mu- 
sical instruments 

Brown, Theodore P., Worcester, Mass. Case or cabinet for automatic piano-players 

Brown, Theodore P., Worcester, Mass. Pedal-operating mechanism for automatically- 
operated musical instruments 

Brown, Thomas E., Star Prairie, Wis. Rail-joint 

Brown, Thomas S.. assignor to Adriance, Piatt & Company, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Cut- 
ter mechanism for harvesters 

Brown, Thomas T., assignor of fifty-one one-hundredths to J. F. Montgomery, Angus, 
Minn. Fire-escape 

Brown, Thomas W., Chattanooga, Tenn. Fence-post- 

Brown, Wallace N., Watertown, N. Y. Bag or envelop 

Brown, Walter F., Milwaukee, Wis. Sawmill set- works 

Brown, Watcy, Dawson Springs, Ky. Burglar-alarm___ 

Brown. William, Plainfield. N. J. Apparatus for providing wooden shells or other artH 
cles with longitudinal openings or ducts of polygonal cross-section ji 

Brown, William B. (See Royal. Henry W.. assignor.) 

Brown, William C. (See Clemens. Chester E., assignor.) 

Brown, William F., Banks, Ala. Steam-boiler 

Brown, William H.. Pittsburg, Pa. Rail-joint ._ 

Brown, William J., assignor of one-half to J. W. Paxson Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Reverberatory melting-furnace. 

Brown, William 31., Johnstown, Pa., assignor to Lorain Steel Company, of Pennsylvania. 
Contact device for electric railways 

Brown, William P. (See Winters, Edward B., assignor.) 

Browne, Albert O., et al. (See Wright, William D., assignor.) 

Browne, Arthur W., Prince"s Bay, N. Y., assignor to S. S. White Dental 3Ianufacturing 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Self-oiling pulley 

Browne, George H., Cambridge, 31ass. Book ._ 

Browne, Louis A., et al. (See Lane and Davenport, assignors.) 

Browne, Richard B., New York, N. Y. Door-hanger 

Browne, Thomas R., Altoona. Pa. Differential-piston valve and pump 

Browne, Walram S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric-railway switch 

Browne, William G., Kingston, N. Y. Egg-beater 

Brownell & Co. (See Little, Clarence B., assignor.) 

Brownell, Frank A., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company. Rochester. N. Y. Spirit-level. 

Brownell, Frank A., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Finder for 
photographic cameras __ 

Brownell, Frank A., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Focusing 
device for photographic cameras 

Brownell, Frank A., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Focusing 
device for cameras 

Brownell, Frank A., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Pano- 
ramic photographic camera ___ 

Brownell, George L., Worcester, 3Iass. Twisting mechanism 

Brownell, George L., Worcester, 3Iass. 3Iachine for twisting cotton slivers 

Brownell, William F., New London, Wis. Hernial-truss support 

Brownell, William L. (See Williams and Brownell.) 

Brownfield, Horace, Pastoria. Ark. Fish-hook 

Brownfield, Samuel C, assignor of one-half to E. J. Bender, Elmo. 3Io. Pipe-elbow brace- 
Browning, Earl H., Cleveland, Ohio. Device for handling coal or other materials 

Browning, EarlH., Cleveland, Ohio. Hoisting apparatus 

Browning, George, Hinsdale, assignor to H. I. 3Iorris, Chicago, 111. Golfer's register 

Browning, George. Hinsdale, assignor of one-half to W. H. Powell, Chicago, 111. Cash-i 



667,001 

667,901 

683,378 
682,165 



Jan. 29 
Feb. 12 

Sept. 24 

Sept. 10 



register. 
Browning, George, Hinsdale, and C. E. Boutwood, Rogers Park, 111. 3Iolding or form- 
ing apparatus - 

Browning, Hugh K., and 31. J. Daly, Chicago, HI. Window . 

Browning, John 31., Ogden, Utah. Automatic gun 



676,488 
680,311 

665,72? 

682,599 

GS7. 175 
678,456 

666,843 

684,347 

684,348 

684,349 

689,159 
689,786 

670,530 

675.321 
665.171 

684,599- 
668,157 

679.251 

685.095 
676,529 

678.937 



Browning, John 31., Ogden, Utah. Automatic firearm 689. 

Browning, Tillie J., Frankford, Pa. Hook and eye 670 

Browning, Tillie J., Philadelphia, Pa. Hook 678 



283 

701 

678,096 
678,097 



Browning, Tillie J., Philadelphia, Pa. Hook. 

Browning, Victor R., Lakewood, Ohio. Friction-clutch _ ._ 

Browning, Walter R., Padonia, Kans. Grain-door for cars. 685 

Browning, Walter R., Padonia, Kans. Grain-door for cars _ 685. 

Brownlee, Sanford S. (See Shaw and Brownlee.) 

Brownley, Alexander H., Onehunga, New Zealand. Napkin-holder 

Brownville Iron Works. (See Roe. Robert. Jr., and T. E.. assignors.) 

Broyles, James C. Columbus. 3Iiss. Choke attachment for gun-barrels. 685. 

Broyles, John. New Whatcom, assignor of one-third to W. J. Henry, Deming, Wash.) fi ~. 

Gold-separating machine j b ' 4 

Bruce. David R., London. England. Electric switch | 667. 

Bruce. LucienF.. Springfield, Mass. Cartridge-clip 679. 

Bruce, Robert, Allegheny, Pa. Sounding toy 677. 

Bruce, W. P. (See Jones, Oliver F., assignor.) 

Bruce, Walter H.. Worcester, 3Iass., assignor to Billings & Spencer Company. Hartford. 

Conn. Pliers or pipe-tongs 669,721 

Bruce, William C. (See Roby and Bruce.) 

Bruce, William C, and G. H. Dippo, Chagrin Falls, assignors to Ferrosteel Company, 

Cleveland, Ohio. Grinding-machine 673.132 

Bruce, William M., Toronto, Canada. Dental articulator 682,66S 



169 
505 
506 

689,811 

,669 

533 

764 
412 
113 



June 18 
Aug. 13 

Jan. 8 

Sept. 17 

Nov. 26 
July 16 

Jan. 29 

Oct. 8 

Oct. 8 

Oct. 8 

Dec. 17 
Dec. 24 
Dec. 24 
Mar. 26 

Blay 28 
Jan. 1 
Sept. 17 
Oct. 15 
Feb. 19 

July 23 

Oct. 22 
June 18 

July 23 

Dec. 17 
3Iar. 26 
July 9 

July 9 

Sept. 24 
Oct. 29 
Oct. 29 

Dec. 24 

Oct. 29 

May 21 

Feb. 12 
July 30 
June 25 



3Iar. 12 



Apr. 30 
Sept. 17 



256 
26 

4439 


60,61 

6 

(998 

(999 


4149 
1358 


960 
297 


3115 


713 


931 


209 


2182 
1086 


485 
240 


1716 

1696 

3398 
2148 


395 

(387 

|388 

745 

485 


3850 


886 


1715 


380 


1717 


380 


1718 


380 


2740 
3'. i27 
3028 
2740 


916 
916 
642 


3544 
665 
1801 
2200 
1795 


810 
148 
413 
498 
403 



3724 

3124 
2254 

3098 

2957 

3059 

1446 

1450 
2730 
3906 



3972 

4195 

2152 

1099 
4076 
3358 



1202 



4275 
1808 



(831 

1832 

717 

501 

(693 

i 694 



718 
i&34 
1335 
335 
628 
895 



924 

962 
497 
'498 
239 
909 
755 



283 



984 
415 



94 
94 



95 
96 

94 

J- 96 

97 
96 

94 

97 

97 

97 

97 
97 
97 
94 

95 
94 
96 
97 
94 

-96 



97 
95 

'-96 

[* 
94 



96 
96 
97 
97 

97 

97 

^95 

94 
96 
95 



94 
95 



1281 
2546 

2070 



2332 
1276 



2241 

1717 
471 

843 

364 



365 

2444 
2703 
2703 
2401 

1814 
134 

2261 
477 
1392 



682 
2347 

681 

2488 

2464 

314 

315 

2466 
867 
867 

2713 

923 

1519 

1228 

903 

2586 



2055 
947 



56 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Bruce, William W., Baltimore, Md. Clasp and belt-holder 

Brucker, Francis. (See Stump and Brucker.) 

Bruckman, Fredrick A., Plainview, Oreg. Land-roller 

Bruckman, John. (See McFarland, James D., Jr., assignor.) 

Bruckner, Albert. (See Gruss and Bruckner.) 

Bruening, William, New York, N. Y. Hydrocarbon-motor 

Brueggeman, Frank. (See Radford and Brueggeman.) 

Brueggemann, Edmund, Castello, Mo. Wheel-hub __ 

Briiggemann, August, Breslau, assignor to Deutsche Waffen-und Munitionsfabriken, 
Carlsruhe, Baden, Germany. Pneumatic railway-brake apparatus _ 

Bruggemann, August, Breslau, assignor to Deutsche Waffen-und Munitionsfabriken,) 
Carlsruhe in Baden, Germany. Electric releasing apparatus for pneumatic-pressure/ 
brakes ) 

Bruggemann, Johann H. T. (See Southcott, James H. , assignor.) 

Brumbaugh, M. P. (See Dollinger, George W, assignor.) 

Brumell, Henry P. H., Buckingham, Canada. Apparatus for separating or concentrat- 
ing minerals or ores 

Brunei - , Anderson. (See Hull, John W., Sr., assignor.) 

Bruner, Edward C, Tekoa, Wash. Harness-buckle . _ - 

Bruner, Roland E., et al. (See Lawrence, Henry C, assignor.) 

Brunhoff, Edward. (See Lehman and Brunhoff.) 

Brunhoff, Edward. (See Switzer, Maurice, assignor.) 

Brunhoff Manufacturing Company. (See Lehman and Brunhoff, assignors.) 

Brunhoff Manufacturing Company. (See Tritsch and Lehmann, assignors.) 

Brunker, William A., Farmersburg, Ind. Trap... _ 

Brunlees, Howard. (See Fisher-Spenser and Brunlees.) 

Brunneder, August, Haimhausen, near Munich, Germany. Frame for vines. 

Brunner, Charles. (See Alderson, George, assignor.) 

Brunner, Danton O., Somerset, Ohio. Tool 

Brunner, Danton O., assignor of one-half to E. P. Clayton, Somerset, Ohio. Wrench 

Brunner, Danton 0.,assignorof one-half toE. P. Clayton, Somerset, Ohio. Paper-stapler. 

Brunot, Hilary B. (See Ewbauk, Ernest L., assignor.) 

Bruns, Hinrich, Bremen, Germany. Ship's compass -- - 

Bruns, Johan J. (See Van Nimwegen and Bruns.) 

Bruns, Paul, Hanover, Germany. Machine for forming tiles 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. (See Bensinger, Moses, assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. (See Riddell, Paris J., assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company. (See Goldenbogen, Frederick, assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company. (See Schank, John C, assignor.) 

Brunswick Refrigerating Company. (See Burns, Walters, assignor.) 

Brunswick Refrigerating Company. (See Francke. William J., assignor.) 

Brush, Otis B., Bridgeport, Conn., and S. Borton, Providence, R. I., assignors to Will- 
cox & Gibbs Sewing Machine Company, New York, N. Y. Rotary take-up for sewing 
machines. _ 

Brush, William P., Jersey City, N. J. Washboard 

Bruss, Julius, assignor to J. C. Schneider, Milwaukee, Wis. Furnace-damper regulator. 

Brusseau, Edward, Jefferson, S. D. Hammock-stand 

Bryan, Albert A., New York, assignor of one-half to B. F. Bryan, Tompkinsville, N. Y. 
Device for printing tickets 

Bryan, Benjamin F. (See Bryan, Albert A., assignor.) 

Bryan, Clarence H., Chicago, 111. Alarm __. ___ 

Bryan, Ernest E., New Sharon, Iowa. Coin-controlled cigar-vender 

Bryan, George F., Meggett, S. C. Propelling mechanism for boats 

Bryan-Haymes, Robert, Kingsbridge, England. Pneumatic tire and wheel-rim therefor. 

Bryan, James H., Hutchinson, Kans. Metallic railway-tie __ __ 

Bryan, James W., Russellville, Ky. Dental articulator 

Bryan, John C, Augusta, Ga. Warp stop-motion for looms 

Bryan, John C, Augusta, Ga. Shuttle for looms 

Bryan, JohnC, Augusta, Ga. Shuttle for looms 

Bryan, John F., Springfield, Oreg. Saw-swage 

Bryan, Joseph P. , and H. C. Sinclair, St. Michaels, Md. Addressing attachment for print-) 

ing-presses --- - ) 

Bryan, Malcolm W. (See Eby, Walton E., assignor.) 

Bryan, T. M. (See McCabe, Jeff D., assignor.) 

Bryan, Thomas A., et al. (See Hoerichs, Edward, assignor.) 

Bryan, Thomas A., Baltimore, Md. Gas-holder 

Bryan, Thomas A., Baltimore, Md. Acetylene-gas generator . 

Bryan, Thomas A., Baltimore, Md. Acetylene-gas generator... 

Bryan, Thomas A., Baltimore, Md. Acetylene-gas generator _ 

Bryan, Thomas A., Baltimore, Md. Acetylene-gas generator. 

Bryan, Thomas A., Baltimore, Md. Acetylene-gas generator.. 

Bryan, Thomas A., Baltimore, Md. Acetylene-gas generator 

Bryant, Benjamin W., assignor of one-half to A. B. McAdams, Boswell, Ind. Subsoil at- 
tachment for plows -_ 

Bryant, Caleb F. (See Irwin, Albert I., assignor.) 

Bryant, Caleb F., Cripplecreek, and C. H. Brown, Altaian, Colo. Blasting device 

Bryant, Charles H., London, assignor to J. F. Walters, Twickenham, England. Charge- 
mixer for internal-combustion engines .... __. 

Bryant Electric Company. (See Piatt, Clarence D., assignor.) 

Bryant, James W.. Crewe, Va. Axle-box washer 

Bryant, John M., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor of one-half to J. L. Henry, Chicago, 111. 
Thill-coupling 

Bryant, Robert M., Riderville, Ala. Locomotive _ 

Bryant, Thomas, assignor of one-half to A. H. Wethey, Butte, Mont. Dumping-skip 

Bryant, Thomas W., Torringtou, Conn. Roller-skate _ 

Bryant, Thomas W., Torrington, Conn. Truck-frame for roller-skates 

Bryant, Thomas W., Torrington, Conn. Wheel for roller-skates 

Bryant, William S., Cohasset, Mass. Self-announcing buoy.. 

Bryson, James H., assignor to Wagner Electric Manufacturing Company, St. Louis, Mo. 
Electrostatic measuring instrument 

Bryson, Melvin H. (See Hay ward and Bryson.) 

Buchan, Thomas J., et al. (See Kraushaar, George J., assignor.) 

Buchanan, Charles P., et al. (See Gilliland, Ezra T., assignor.) 

Buchanan, Edward H., assignor of one-half to O. T. Behne, Nashville, Tenn. Broom-head. . 



068,088 
681,297 

677,397 
665,872 
676,871 
687,297 

678,860 
689,384 



678,220 

675,850 

674,693 
606,083 
679,598 

668,972 

682,667 



675,438 
682,160 
676,120 
666,798 

667,672 

670,702 
689,285 

674,901 

671.535 
685,739 
664,830 
665,401 
lili'1,504 
675,810 
689,788 

677,060 



666,598 

669,380 

686,584 
686,585 
686,648 
689,789 
690,356 

687,115 

676,219 

675,348 

685,670 

683,550 
679,214 

682,784 
674,727 
674,728 
687,721 
666,259 

682,971 



687,977 



Feb. 12 
Aug. 27 

July 2 
Jan. 15 
June 25 

Nov. 26 



July 23 
Dec. 24 



July 9 

June 4 

May 21 
Jan. 15 
July 30 

Feb. 26 

Sept. 17 



June 4 
Sept. 10 
June 11 
Jan. 29 

Feb. 12 

Mar. 26 
Dec. 17 

.May 28 

Apr. 9 
Nov. 5 
Jan. 1 
Jan. 8 
Mar. 12 
June 4 
Dec. 24 

June 25 



Jan. 22 

Mar. 5 

Nov. 12 
Nov 12 
Nov. 12 
Dec. 24 
Dec. 31 

Nov. 19 

June 11 

May 28 

Oct. 29 

Oct. 1 
July 23 
Sept. 17 
May 21 
May 21 
Dec. 3 
Jan. 22 

Sept. 17 



Dec. 3 



2986 

107 
2002 
2892 
3059 



2936 
3142 



1678 

911 

2443 
2361 
4444 

3403 

1807 



139 
933 
1443 

3744 

927 

3061 
2969 

2802 

1228 

7 

4 

1069 

803 

829 

3929 

3256 



3348 

559 

1615 
1617 
1749 
3930 
5033 

2679 

1645 

3593 

4197 

225 

3661 
Si 155 
2495 
2490 
27 
2680 

2394 



374 
663 

23,24 
465 

651 

(670 
1671 

661 
730 



385 
200 



563 
546 



759 

415 



31 

209 
323 
864 

200 

718 
691 

(640 

1641 

282 

2 

248 



I! 



777 
(129 
)130 
360 
361 
388 
917 
1162 

589 



819 

962 

51 
817 
465 
576 
576 
6 
619 

542 



94 

95 
j-97 



524 124 97 1946 



UXITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



57 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 



Buchanan, George P., Allegheny, Pa. Nut-lock 

Buchanan, George W., Chicago, 111. Button 

Buchanan, James. (See Murray and Buchanan.) 

Buchanan, James L., et al. (See Kirshman, Thomas, assignor.) 

Buchanan, James L., et al. (See Kirshman and Medlin, assignors.) 

Buchanan, James L., et al. (See Medlin, Logan M., assignor.) 

Buchanan, Judson. (Sea Moore and Buchanan.) 

Buchanan. M. G. (See Stukes. John M., assignor.) 

Buchanan, Robert, Liverpool, England. Flour-miUing 

Buchanan, Robert J., Pittsburg, Pa. Cabinet .. _. 

Buchanan, Robert J., Pittsburg, Pa. Temporary binder 

Buchanan. W. A. (See Thorp, Thomas J., assignor.) 

Buchberger, Georg, Landshut, Germany. Drafting apparatus 

Bucher, Albert L., North Baltimore, Ohio. Vehicle-rack _ 

Bucher and Gibbs Plow Company. (See Ream, George W., assignor.) 

Buchhop, Ferdinand. (See Meyrowitz and Buchhop.) 

Buchner, David. (See Herrington. Florence L., assignor.) 

Buck, Daniel A. A., Medina. N. Y. Coin-controlled vending-machine . 

Buck, Enoch W. (See Schamp, George H., assignor.) 

Buck, George, assignor of one-half to E. S. Torrey, London, England. Speed-governor 
for explosive-engines. -- 

Buck, George W., Louisville, Ky. Open fireplace _ _ 

Buck, Harold W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of New 
York. Safety device for dynamo-electric machines _ 

Buck, Harold W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of New 
York. Means for preventing hunting of dynamo-electric machines ._ 

Buck, Henry A., Stafford, Conn. Boiler-furnace ._ 

' , Stafford, Conn. Boiler-furnace 

, West Stafford, Conn. Piston for rotary engines.. 

, West Stafford, Conn. Rotary engine 

i West Stafford, Conn. Hot-water tank.. 

Buck! Hiram M., and J. H. Love, Baltimore, Md. Electric signal _ 

Buck! John A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Hoof-pad.. ._ 

Buckel, Charles, San Francisco, Cal. Life-saving boat. .._ 

Buckel, Otto, assignor of one-half to G. Heller, Norfolk, Nebr., and J. H. Sharey, Rock- 
port, Mo. Sack-holder -.. 

Buckeye Fish Company. (See Edson, Eugene R., assignor. ) 

Buckeye Fish Company. (See Powter, Nathaniel B., assignor.) 

Buckeye Fish Company. (See Powter and Edson, assignors.) 

Buckeye Fish Company et al. (See Funk, Alexander W., assignor.) 

Buckeye Malleable Iron and Coupler Company. (See Timms, James, assignor.) 

Buckeye Manufacturing Company. (See Lambert, John W., assignor.) 

Buckham, George T. ( See Dawson and Buckham. ) 

Buckham, George T.. and S. V. Dardier, London, assignors to Tickers, Sons & Maxim, 
Limited', Sheffield, England. Fuse for firing shells _ 

Buckingham. Laura E., New York, N. Y. Convertible trunk and writing-desk 



Buck, Henry A., 
Buck, Henry A.. 
Buck, Henry A., 
Buck, Henry A.. 



Buckland, Peter M., Hinton, W. Va. Feed-water regulator 

Buckler, James, Philadelphia, Pa. Loom for weaving pile fabrics 

Buckley, Daniel W., Allentown, Pa. Door-securer 

Buckley, Minnie E., St. Louis, Mo. Shirt-waist attachment 

Buckley! Robert C. Peoria, 111. Gang-cultivator _ 

Buckley, William. Sheffield, England. Motor-cycle 

Buckley, William E. (See Hope, John, assignor.) 

Buckley, William E. (See Hope and Buckley.) 

Buckley, William J., Chicago, 111. Electrical storage battery 

Buckley, William J., Chicago, 111. Secondary battery 

Bucklev, William J., Chicago, 111. Storage battery.. 

Buckley, William J., Chicago, 111. Electric storage battery or accumulator 

Bucklin, Charles S., Redbank, N. J. Can-filling machine 

Bucklin, Orson, Marietta, Minn. Rope-machine 

Bucknam, Ezra T., Tulare, Cal. Conveyer-chain _ 

Bucknor, William. (See Bushman. Ernst, assignor.) 

Buckstein, Leo, New York, N. Y. Transposable or changeable sign.. 

Buckwalter, Heber F. (See Buckwalter Samuel W. and H. F.) 

Buckwalter, Samuel W. and H. F., Reading, Pa. Force-jet device for cleaning quarry- 
holes, &c - — -- ■ 

Budd, Edward G., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to American Pulley Company, of Pennsyl- 
vania. Sheet-metal spoke-blank _. _ 

Budde, Carl C. L. G., assignor to S. L. Fog and A. G. Kirschner, Copenhagen, Denmark. 
Producing matches - 

Budde, Carl C. L. G., assignor to S. L. Fog and A. G. Kirschner, Copenhagen, Denmark. 



Match. 



Buddington, Frank E., Chicago, 111. Holder for shirt-waists, &c 

Budelman. Henry. (See Brooks, James, assignor.) 

Buechner, John, assignor to Buechner Manufacturing Company, Battlecreek, Mich.V 

Separable-leaf ledger .. . ] 

Buechner Manufacturing Company. (See Buechner, John, assignor.) 

Buedefeldt, Ernest O., assignor of three-fourths to T. W. Starr, Muncie, Ind., and A. 

Krueger, Des Moines, Iowa. Apparatus for making chains of molten metal 

Buedingen, Ferdinand B., Rochester, N. Y. Spool _ 

Buedingen, Ferdinand B., Rochester, N. Y. Spool 

Buedingen Manufacturing Company. (See Lorscheider, Edward N., assignor.) 

Buegge. John H., Davenport, Iowa. Means for operating washing-machines 

Buell, Azel C. (See Graham, Buell, and Salisbury. ) 

Buell, Harry J., assignor to H. Norris, A. C. Bradshaw, Indianapolis, Ind., and G. W. 

Harrod. "Nut-lock - --- 

Buente, Charles F., Allegheny, Pa. Fireproof floor construction 

Buer, August, Hanover, Germany. Horseshoe-pad 

Buerstatte, Julius H. C, Manitowoc, Wis. Electric soldering device for can-capping 

machines - 

Buescher, Ferdinand A., assignor to Buescher Manufacturing Co., Elkhart, Ind. Wind/ 

musical instrument - ^ 



0"s.715 
673.698 



687.601 
668,748 
683,019 

675,767 
■ 667,493 



689,161 



677,014 
682,826 

667,113 

667,114 
666.1VJ 
666,181 
679,105 
679,106 
679,107 
673,338 
677,497 
674,597 ! 

676,934 



666,487 
677,114 

676,872 

672,393 i 
665,058 I 
666.161 
674,755 
684,787 



675,586 
675,587 
675.588 
688.291 
688,059 
0*6.4411 
669,979 

685.251 



666,799 

665,873 

676,873 

676,874 
671,664 

684,185 



Dec. 10 
May 7 



Nov. 26 
Feb. 26 
Sept. 24 

June 4 
Feb. 5 



Dec. 17 



June 25 
Sept. 17 

Jan. 29 

Jan. 29 
Jan. 15 
Jan. 15 
July 23 
July 23 
July 23 
Apr. 30 
July 2 
May 21 

June 25 



684,186 
668.973 
668,974 

687,394 



689.036 
681,870 
677,398 

677,335 
670.365 



Jan. 22 
June 25 

June 25 

Apr. 16 
Jan. 1 
Jan. 22 
May 21 
Oct. 22 



June 4 
June 4 
June 4 
Dec. 10 
Dec. 3 
Nov. 12 
Mar. 19 

Oct. 29 



Jan. 29 

Jan. 15 

June 25 

June 25 
Apr. 9 

Oct. 8 



Oct. 8 
Feb. 26 
Feb. 26 

Nov. 26 



Dec. 17 
Sept. 3 
July 2 

July 2 
Mar. 19 



1897 
618 



3041 
2951 
2495 

737 
635 



2747 



3177 
2137 



445 

145 



802 
656 
566 

(156 

(Iff? 

128 



1637 



713 
483 



4376 1006 

4378 1006 

2522 , 586 

2523 : 586 

3457 771 

3458 771 

3459 771 
4453 1030 

285 I 70 



2264 
3037 



3163 
3359 



522 
677 



731 
(755 
)756 
(651 
1652 
2816 651 



•97 



'.15 



428 
3095 
2540 
2547 


96 
716 
587 
581 


423 

424 
425 
1121 
693 
1345 
1697 


87 
88 
88 
258 
161 
298 
399 


3404 


784 


3746 


864 


2003 


466 


2895 




2896 
1474 


338 


1416 


J 317 
1318 


1419 
3404 
3405 


318 
759 
760 


3246 


710 


2532 
399 
109 


581 
80 
24 


8 
2448 


2 
(573 
1574 



94 
94 
95 

95 

95 



2255 

1176 



1770 
1645 
2419 

2006 
1116 



2446 



2549 
2326 

946 

946 

544 
545 
752 
752 
753 
984 
62 
1543 

2520 



2493 

601 

87 

674 

1599 

565 



1947 
1947 
1947 
2096 
1982 
1259 
2172 

763 



824 

445 

2494 

2494 
323 

306 



307 
1734 
1734 

1685 



2401 

1945 

25 

4 
2324 



58 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Buescher Manufacturing Co. (See Buescher, Ferdinand A., assignor.) 

Buffalo Pitts Company. (See Todd, Marquis J., assignor.) 

Buffalo Pitts Company. (See Wadleigh, George E., assignor.) 

Buffington, Alvin L., Minneapolis, Minn. Acetylene-gas lamp 

Buffington, Leroy S., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to Buffington Light Company, of New) 
Jersey. Acetylene-gas-generating lamp _ J 

Buffington, Leroy S., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to Buffington Light Co., of West Vir- 
ginia. Carbid -cartridge for acetylene-gas generators - 

Buffington, Leroy S., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to Buffington Light Co., of West Vir- 
ginia. Expansible car bid-cartridge for acetylene-gas generators 

Buffington, Leroy S., assignor toW. T.Walker and G. Thwing, Minneapolis, Minn. Belt. 

Buffington Light Company. (See Buffington, Leroy S., assignor.) 

Buffum, Herbert H., Abington, Mass. Automobile-gearing __ 

Buffum, Herbert H, Abington, Mass. Carbureter for explosive-engines 

Bufkin, Samuel, Indianapolis, assignor, by mesne assignments, to National Machine) 

Company, Columbus, Ind. Band-cutter and feeder 5 

Buford, Algernon S. (See Jobson, Frank L., assignor.) 

Bugbee, Clarence J., Fulton, 111. Garment-supporter _ 

Bugbee, George W., Delhi, assignor to J. A. Fay & Egan Company, Cincinnati, Ohio.) 

Bending-machine ( 

Bugbee, George W., Delhi, Ohio, and P. Lesh, Jackson, Tenn., assignors to J. A. Fay &) 

Egan Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Spoke-facing machine 5 

Bugbee, Lucian W., Southbridge, Mass. Lens-polisher 

Buhl, Wilhelm G. , Barmen, Germany. Automatic saw-sharpening machine 

Buhl, William H. (See Durall, David S., assignor.) 

Bunle, Louis. (See Wiseburn and Buhle.) 

Biihne & Co., Firm of Aug. (See Biihne and Ritz, assignors.) 

Biihne, Friedrich W., Freiburg, Germany. Apparatus for comminuting metals 

Biihne, Friedrich W., Freiburg, and A. Ritz, St. Georgen, assignors to Firm of A. Biihne) 

& Co., Freiburg, Germany. Feed-motion ( 

Buhner, Albert H, San Francisco, Cal. Parallel-ruler __ 

Buhner, Carl, San Francisco, Cal. Box sofa-bed 

Buhoup, Harry C, et al. (See Rawles, John, assignor.) 
Buhoup, Harry C. (See Ritter, Gilbert P., assignor.) 

Buhoup, Harry C, Chicago, 111. Draft-rigging for railway-cars 

Buhoup, Harry C, Chicago, 111., assignor to McConway and Torley Company, Pittsburg, 

Pa. Car-coupling _ _ 

Buhrer, Casper, Sandusky, Ohio. Metallic railway-tie and means for securing track-) 

rails to same ) 

Buker, Harry G., et al. (See Lowe, Julius P., assignor.) 

Bulkeley, Benjamin, Marion, Iowa. Car^ 

Bulkley, Charles E. (See Fletcher and Bulkley.) 

Bull, Anders, Cologne, Germany. Method by which several telegraphic messages can 

be transmitted at the same time through one conductor or by wireless telegraphy 

Bull, Henry C, assignor of one-half to A. Watling, London, England. Extracting gold 

from sea-water _. 

Bull, William C, assignor to A. L. Kesner, Philadelphia. Pa. Money-box 

Bullard, Albert M., assignor to Western Electric Company, Chicago, 111. Apparatus for 

telephone toll-lines 

Bullard, Albert M., assignor to Western Electric Company, Chicago, 111. Apparatus for 

telephone-lines 

Bullard, Albert M., Somerville, and L. A. Falk, assignors to American Bell Telephone 

Company, Boston, Mass. Electrical relay and circuit 

Bullard, Dudley B., assignor to Bullard Machine Tool Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Tur-, 

ret-lathe _ _ : 

Bullard, Dudley B., assignor to Bullard Machine Tool Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Tur-i 

ret-lathe ! 

Bullard, Dudley B., assignor to Bullard Machine Tool Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Clutch mechanism 

Bullard, Edgar R., Springfield, Mass. Locking device for lens-carriages of cameras 

Bullard, Edgar R., Springfield, Mass. Camera - 

Bullard, Edward P., Jr., assignor to Bullard Machine Tool Company, Bridgeport, Conn.. 
Vertical turret-lathe — ; 

Bullard, Ellsworth F., Hackensack, N. J., assignor to Continental Tobacco Company, 

New York, N. Y. Label or tag 

Bullard, James H, Springfield, assignor to Overman Automobile Company, Chicopee, 

Mass. Locking device for vehicle-brakes 

Bullard, James H., Springfield, assignor to Overman Automobile Company, Chicopee, 

Mass. Valve. 

Bullard, James H., Springfield, assignor to Overman Automobile Company, Chicopee, 

Mass. Brace for motors of self-propelled vehicles --- 

Bullard, James H., Springfield, assignor to Overman Automobile Company, Chicopee, 

Mass. Boiler-feeder ._. 

Bullard, James H., Springfield, assignor to Overman Automobile Company, Chicopee, 

Mass. Running-frame for vehicles. 

Bullard, James H., Springfield, assignor to Overman Automobile Company, Chicopee, 

Mass. Valve for steam-pumps 

Bullard, James H., Springfield, assignor to Overman Automobile Company, Chicopee, 

Mass. Steam-boiler and burner therefor __ _ 

Bullard, James H, Springfield, assignor to Overman Automobile Company, Chicopee, 

Mass. Boiler-feeding device __ - - 

Bullard, James H., Springfield, assignor to Overman Automobile Company, Chicopee, 

Mass. Gradometer _ _ 

Bullard, James H, Springfield, assignor to Overman Automobile Company, Chicopee, 

Mass. Steering device for self-propelled vehicles 

Bullard Machine Tool Company. (See Bullard, Dudley B., assignor.) 
Bullard Machine Tool Company. (See Bullard, Edward P., Jr., assignor.) 

Bullen, Herbert D., Lansing, Mich. Coupling device for engine-indicators 

Bullen, William E. (See Cryer and Bullen.) 

Bullier, Louis M., Paris, France. Reducing metallic sulfids 

Bulling, Anton, Munich, Germany. Vaporizer 

Bullock, Arthur R., Cleveland, Ohio. Pressure-regulator .- 

Bullock Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Cooper, William, assignor.) 

Bullock, Frank M., and F. C. Schatz, Pittsburg, Pa. Attachment for adding-machines. . 



No. 


Date. 


Monthly 
volume. 


Official 
Gazette. 


d 
a) 

a 


bo 
G 


i 


a 
bo 

0a 


688,926 


Dec. 17 


2315 


536 


97 


2362 


677,934 


July 9 


1151 


(265 
1266 


j-96 


259 


677,935 


July 9 


1155 


266 


96 


259 


677,936 


July 9 


1157 


266 


96 


259 


689,352 


Dec. 17 


3078 


( 717 
}718 


J- 97 


2512 


675,620 
680,961 


June 4 
Aug. 20 


490 

2344 


101 
515 


95 
96 


1959 
1552 


671,581 


Apr. 9 


1321 


(305 
1306 


J-95 


292 


685,252 


Oct. 29 


3405 


784 


97 


763 


680,760 


Aug. 20 


1961 


(430 
1431 


j-96 


1476 


677,174 


June 25 


3452 


(778 
1779 


j-95 

97 
94 


2604 


684,187 
668,089 


Oct. 8 
Feb. 12 


1421 
1669 


318 
374 


307 
1343 


684,043 


Oct. 8 


1157 


255 


97 


253 


687,674 


Nov. 86 


3790 


(836 

1837 

328 

441 


j-97 

96 
95 


1801 


682,452 
671,906 


Sept. 10 
Apr. 9 


1440 
1903 


2167 
408 


668,574 


Feb. 19 


2567 


576 


94 


1547 


677,435 


July 2 


184 


44,45 


96 


41 


6C9,160 


Dec. 17 


2744 


1 636 
1637 


j-97 


2445 


687,116 


Nov. 19 


2680 


589 


97 


1556 


681,099 


Aug. 20 


2602 


575 


96 


1603 


679,215 
666,612 


July 23 
Jan. 22 


3663 
3375 


817 
782 


96 
94 


797 
731 


665,874 


Jan. 15 


2004 


466 


94 


445 


679,068 


July 23 


3367 


750 


96 


734 


668,554 
670,837 


Feb. 19 
Mar. 26 


2514 
3290 


567 
(775 
1776 


94 
j-94 


1533 
2511 


670,838 


Mar. 26 


3293 


(776 
1777 


j-94 


2512 


683,591 
668,090 
679,881 

683,592 


Oct. 1 
Feb. 12 
Aug. 6 

Oct. 1 


290 
1670 
315 

293 


65 
374 

67 
( 66 
-( 67 
( 68 


97 
94 
9t; 

(-97 


61 
1343 
1105 

62 


675,083 


May 28 


3131 


713 


95 


1736 


669,475 


Mar. 5 


728 


170 


94 


1941 


669,476 


Mar. 5 


730 


171 


94 


1941 


671,687 


Apr. 9 


1532 


353 


95 


334 


672,427 


Apr. 16 


2900 


671 


95 


618 


672,428 


Apr. 16 


2901 


671 


95 


618 


674,835 May 21 


2678 


614 


95 


1626 


685,567 


Oct. 29 


4008 


917 


97 


886 


685,568 


Oct. 29 


4011 


918 


97 


887 


685,569 


Oct. 29 


4014 


918 


97 


888 


685,570 


Oct. 29 


4015 


918 


97 


888 


666,407 


Jan. 22 


2986 


692 


94 


651 


673,974 
678,714 
673,133 


May 14 
July 16 
Apr. 30 


1097 
2655 
4276 


598 
984 


95 
96 
95 


1292 
576 
947 


666,643 


Jan. 29 


3440 


799 


94 


765 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



59 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Bullock, Frederick G., and T. Harford, assignors to Otterville Manufacturing Company, 

Limited, Otterville, Canada. Cot 

Bullock, Oliver L., Cherryville, Mo. Churn 

Bullowa, Ernest E. M. (See Redden, Henry, assignor.) 

Bulson, Ira L., Jacksonville, Fla. Saw-sharpening device 

Bumbarger, Clarence R., assignor of three-tourths to G. W. Johnson, H. M. Beardsley, 

and A. Gregory, Kansas City, Mo. Shutter- worker.. 

Bummert, Benjamin L., Minneapolis, Minn. Necktie-fastener 

Bunce, Theodore D., New York, N. Y. Combined hydrometer and syringe 

Bunch, Joel N. (See Smith, John A., assignor.) 

Bundy, Harvey J. (See Crockett and Bundy. ) 

Bundy Manufacturing Company. (See Bundy, Willard L., assignor.) 

Bundy, Willard L., Binghamton, N. Y., assignor to Bundy Manufacturing Company, of 

New York. Time-recorder 



Bundy, Willard L., Binghamton, N. Y., assignor to Bundy Manufacturing Company, of i 
New York. Time-recorder J 

Bundy, Willard L., Binghamton, N. Y., assignor to Bundy Manufacturing Company, of i 
New York. Time-recorder — ! 

Bundy, Willard L., Binghamton, N. Y., assignor to Bundy manufacturing Company, of) 
New York. Workman's time-recorder _ J 

Bundy, Willard L., Binghamton, N. Y., assignor to Bundy Manufacturing Company, of 

New York. Workman's time-recorder _ 

Bungeroth, Rudolf, Dusseldorf, Germany. Wrought-metal pipe 

Bunker, John W., Farmington, Me. Hernial truss 

Bunker, Thomas, Redoak, Iowa. Rolling-mill * 

Bunker, William I., La Grange, 111. Platform or base rocker 

Bunker, William I., Lagrange, 111. Cushion for saddles 

Bunker, William I., Lagrange, 111. Spring for bicycle-saddles 

Bunn. William M., et al. (See McMahon, Thomas, assignor.) 
Bunnell, George W., Jr. (See Barry, William F., assignor.) 

Bunnell, Morton G., Chicago, 111. Sprinkler-valve 

Bunnell, Morton G., Chicago, 111. Automobile grading and ditching machine 

Bunnell, Morton G., assignor to F. C. Austin, Chicago, 111. Vehicle wheel and axle 

Bunnell, Morton G., assignor to F. C. Austin, Chicago, 111. Roller-bearing vehicle-wheel. 

Bunnell, Morton G. , assignor to F. C. Austin, Chicago, 111. Dumping- wagon 



Bunnell, Watson B., Scranton, Pa. Flash-lamp _ _ 

Bunsen, George O, Milwaukee, Wis. Life-preserver 

Bunting, John T., Sr., Chicago, 111. Twine holder and take-up. 

Bunting, William, Jr., Brookline, Mass. Combination supply and waste apparatus 

Bunting, William, Jr., assignor to Meyer-Sniffen Company, Limited, New York, N. Y. 
Washbasin 



6*7,722 



683,842 

676,382 
678,098 
670,663 



671,125 
671,126 



671,127 



671,128 



671,129 
682,026 
674,598 
679,413 
667,967 
674,451 
684.35U 



671,045 
688,156 
670,048 
688,927 

689,950 

665,504 
680,452 
674,433 
682,453 

679,882 



Burbank, Louis S., Worcester, Mass. Machine for sealing cartons j 684,788 



Burbank, Louis S., Worcester, Mass. Distributive depositing or panning machine 

Burbank, Louis S., Worcester, Mass., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Natural Food 
Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Marking-machine _ 

Burbank, Louis S., Worcester, Mass., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Natural Food) 
Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Apparatus for facilitating packing j 

Burbank, Louis S., Worcester, Mass., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Natural Food 
Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Apparatus for curing or drying grain 

Burbank, Louis S., Worcester, Mass., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Natural Food 
Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Apparatus for cooking and drying 

Burbridge, Ora, Farmington, 111. Filter _ 

Burch, Charles E. S., Seattle, Wash. Ice-locomotive _ 

Burch, Clarance V., Terre Haute, Ind. Hand-vise 

Burch, Francis L., Bowling Green, Ky. Eaves-trough hanger _ 

Burch, Henry C, assignor of two-thirds to J. T. Wood and J. W. Walling, Amity, Oreg. 
Ironing-table 

Burchell, John G., Atlantic City, N. J. Means for fastening artificial teeth _ 

Burdic, Daniel W., and G. A. Zillafro, Rixford, Pa. Wrench for drilling-tools _ 

Burdic, Malvern W., assignor of one-half to T. H. Shepherd, Strawn, Tex. Self -dump- 
ing cage for hoisting coal, &c, from mines 

Burdick, Alberne H., Dunellen, N. J. Fruit-jar... 

Burdick, Christopher G., Antigo, Wis. Fifth-wheel 

Burdick, Hiram M., assignor to Standard Harrow Company, Utica, N. Y. Wheel-culti- 
vator 



Burdick, Hiram M., and C. H. Robinson, assignors to Standard Harrow Company, Utica, 
N. Y. Disk harrow _. 

Burdick, James T., Jr., Friendship, N. Y. Wagon-body _ 

Burdon, David P., Jacksonville, Fla. Electric motor _ 

Bureau, Louis J., Delray, Mich. Apparatus for making salt 

Burfeind, Joachim H., Salt Lake City, Utah, assignor of one-half to W. S. Keyes, Butte, 

Mont . Treatment of amalgam containing copper or precious metals 

Burfeind, William M. H. (See Brewer and Burfeind.) 

Burg, Hubert, Mollkirch, Germany. Type-writing machine _ _ 



Burg, Hubert, Mollkirch, Germany. Apparatus for provisionally separating lines ofi 
type or matrices __ j 

Burger, Franz. (See Williams, Henry M., assignor.) 

Burger, Franz, assignor of three-fourths to H. M.Williams, Fort Wayne, Ind. Lubricator 

Burger, Franz, assignor of three-fourths to H. M. Williams, Fort Wayne, Ind. Accel-i 
erating brake system i 

Burger, Franz, assignor of three-fourths to H. M. Williams, Fort Wayne, Ind. Speed- 
regulator for explosive-engines _ 

Burger, Franz, assignor of three-fourths to H. M. Williams, Fort Wayne, Ind. Rotary 
reaction explosive-engine _ 

Burger, Franz, and H. M. Williams, Fort Wayne, Ind.; said Burger assignor of one-half 
to said Williams. Propulsion mechanism for boats 

Burger, Franz, and H. 31. Williams, Fort Wayne, Ind.; said Burger assignor of one-half 
to said WiDiams. Rail-joint , 



684,789 

681,192 
683,100 

683,101 

685,671 
677,773 
669,210 
676,026 
689,385 

665,728 
683,198 
672,162 

677,175 
681,871 
671,328 

684,790 

689,574 
682,167 
687,723 
686,710 

671,988 
681,036 



669,195 
673,975 



684,743 
678,938 

685,672 



Dec. 3 

Jan. 8 

Oct. 1 

June 11 
July 9 
Mar. 26 



Apr. 2 

Apr. 2 

Apr. 2 

Apr. 2 



Apr. 2 

Sept. 3 
May 21 
July 30 
Feb. 12 
May 21 
Oct. 8 



Apr. 2 
Dec. 3 

Mar. 19 
Dec. 17 

Dec. 31 

Jan. 8 

Aug. 13 
May 21 
Sept. 10 

Aug. 6 

Oct. 22 

Oct. 22 

Aug. 27 
Sept. 24 

Sept. 24 

Oct. 29 
July 2 
Mar. 5 
June 11 
Dec. 24 

Jan. 8 
Sept. 24 
Apr. 16 

June 25 
Sept. 3 
Apr. 2 

Oct. 22 

Dec. 24 
Sept. 10 
Dec. 3 
Nov. 19 

Apr. 16 
Aug. 20 
Dec. 17 



Mar. 5 
May 14 

Aug. 6 

Oct. 15 
July 23 

Oct. 29 



1606 

755 

1974 
1452 

2'.m 



375 



387 

393 

410 
698 

2266 
4078 
1468 
2001 
1720 



229 
870 
1855 
2317 

4266 

1315 
1342 

1978 
1448 

318 

2548 

2551 

2782 
2623 

2624 



260 
1247 
3144 

1719 

2778 
2385 

3460 
401 
841 

2553 

3516 
934 
30 

1868 

2083 
2490 



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242 
1099 



3103 
4200 



165 



335 

703 



91,92 
92 
93 
94 
94 
95 
96 
96 
97 



150 
522 
909 
325 
463 
381 



53 

196 
430 
536 
(989 
"| 990 
303 
294 
458 
328 

67 
581 
582 
5X3 
583 
1584 

617 
(602 
1603 

603 

963 

193 

57,58 
278 
731 



640 
551 

779 
81 
186 

584 

823 

209 

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415 



551 

552 
536 
537 
538 

52 
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903 
1304 
1489 

365 



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2021 
2205 
2362 

2789 

278 
1328 
1485 
2167 

1106 

569 

566 

1660 
2445 

2445 

924 

170 

1845 

2125 

2541 

363 

2475 
519 

2606 
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175 

567 

2617 
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2362 

1840 
1292 

1107 



924 



60 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Burger, Leopold F., assignor to Woolley Foundry and Machine "Works, Anderson, Ind.i 
Gas-engine '. ; 

Burger, Samuel L., Idaho Springs, Colo. Vehicle-brake 

Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. Automatic gun ___ 

Burgess, Andrew, Owego, N. Y. Automatic gun 

Burgess, Edward C. , New York, N. Y. Air-pump for carbureters ' 

Burgess, Edward T., Columbus, Ohio. Gas heating-stove _ 

Burgess, Harold F., Vancouver, Canada. Propulsion of vessels 

Burgess, James C, Columbus, assignor to S. S. Drybread, Taylorsville, Ind. Adjustable 
wrench 



Burgess, James C, assignor to W. A. Scott, Sheridan, Ind. Metal-shears * 

Burgess, James C, assignor of three-fourths to A., J. A., and P. Weaver and H. H. Newby, 

Sheridan, Ind. Adjustable wrench 

Burgess, Percival G., Mexico, Mexico, and H. W. Wilder, Albany, N. Y., assignors to 

American Bell Telephone Company, Boston, Mass. Telephone-circuits. (Reissue) . . 
Burgess, Robert, et al. (See Lehan, William A., assignor.) 

Burgess, Robert, Jr., Congleton, England. Vignetting-f rame for photography 

Burgess, Robert, New Bedford, Mass. Loom and filling-carrier therefor. 

Burgh, John, Reynoldsville, Pa. Drill attachment _ . 



Burgholz, Frank C, Harrison, N. J. Sterilizing device - 

Burgmann, Hugo, Altona, Germany. Retort gas-furnace 

Burie, Fredrick, assignor to P. Ramer, Bedford, Ohio. Wheel-lubricator 

Burk, Holmes C, Burlingame, Kans. Tongue-support 

Burk, Holmes C., Burlingame, Kans. Draft-equalizer 

Burk, Richard, Schroenningen, Germany. Workman's time-checking apparatus 

Burkart, Maggie, Crandall, Ohio. Pin-holder 

Burke, Charles G., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor of one-half to J. Q. A. Whittemore, Boston, 

Mass. Telegraphic code _ 

Burke, Edward E., Anderson, Ind. Reversible spring-lock attachment for railway- 
switches 



Burke, Edward E., Anderson, Ind. Safety-switch lock for street-railways 

Burke, Eugene, Lakeview, Oreg. Pencil-sharpener 

Bui'ke, Frederick C. (See Hagerman, Judson E., assignor.) 

Burke, James, Berlin, Germany. Brush-holder _ 

Burke, James, assignor, by mesne assignments, to H. W. Leonard, New York, N. Y. 
Regulation and control of electric motors 

Burke, Martin J., Marion, Ohio. Water-tube boiler _ 

Burke, Percy W., Chicago, 111. Multitubular steam-boiler 

Burke, Stephen E., Edon, Ohio. Device for oiling windmills 

Burke, Thomas F., New York, N. Y. Nozzle 

Burke, Thomas J., New Orleans, La. Trolley attachment 

Burke, Thomas J., assignor to W. A. Russell and W. E. Kinsey, Los Angeles, Cal. Gold- 
saving appliance _ 

Burkert, Hermann, Berlin, Germany. Incandescent gas-burner 

Burkhalter, Charles, Hosensack, assignor to D. S. Kern and C. M. Reed, Pennsburg, and 
W. H. Deshler, Allentown, Pa. Depilating process 

Burkhardt, Gustave, Chicago, 111. Fountain oiling device 

Burkhardt, Richard P., Sr., Dayton, Ohio. Machine for cutting chair-seats 

Burkhart, Charles, Altoona, Pa. Sound-box support for graphophones 

Burkhart, Henry A. (See Kennedy and Burkhart.) 

Burkhart, William, assignor of one-half to G. B. Updegraff, Williamsport, Pa. Com- 
bined drill and countersink .'. 

Burkholder, John H., Ashland, Ohio. Door-hanger 

Burkman, Aaron, Rockford, 111. Miter-box 

Burleigh, Dudley A. (See Powers, Albert, assignor.) 

Burleson, Andrew M., Kansas City, Kans. Nut-lock 

Burley, George H., Tyrone, Pa. Expanding tap : 

Burlingham, William, assignor of one-third to William R. Trigg Company, Richmond, 
Va. Pneumatic hammer 

Burmeister, Alexis, assignor of seven-eighths to J. Ost, I. B. Lesh, F. R. Nagel, W. G. 
Smith, Fort Madison, Iowa, and CM. Hewitt, Chicago, 111. Pipe-coupling 

Burmeister, Charles, et al. (See Gielow, Frederick, Sr., assignor.) 

Burmingham, Daniel W. M., Taylor, Tex. Milk-cooler 

Burnap, Charles E. (See Sheffy and Burnap.) 

Burner, Mary E., Washington, D. C. Buttonhole cutter or shears. 

Burnet, Hugh, Victoria, Canada. Bicycle-support 

Burnett, Charles M. (See Nichols and Burnett.) 

Burnett, Charley, Moons, Ohio. Corn receiving and carrying device. 

Burnham, Clarence A. (See White and Burnham.) 

Burnham, Cornelius A., and C. N. Van Riper, Holly, Mich. Wire-stay-twisting device .. 

Burnham, Frederic H., Chicago, 111. Glove 

Burnham, Herbert D. (See White and Burnham.) 

Burnham, William H. (See Hoxie and Burnham.) 

Burnham, Williams and Company. (See Vauclain, Samuel M., assignor.) 

Burnham, Williams & Company. (See Rushton, Kenneth, assignor.) 

Burnison, Fred, et al. (See Darwin and Barber, assignors.) 

Burnison, John, et al. (See Darwin and Barber, assignors.) 

Burns, Charles M., and F. T. Mercer, Philadelphia, Pa. Lock 

Burns, Charles O., New York, N. Y., and E. A. Strauss, Chicago, 111., assignors to C. O. 
Burns Co., of 'Sew York. Coin-receptacle 

Burns, Daniel C. (See Ten Winkel, Herman, assignor.) 

Burns, Ezekiel J. (See Luft and Burns. ) 

Burns, George J. (See Chandler, Daniel L., assignor.) 

Burns, Jeremiah D., Washington, D. C, assignor of one-half to C. G. Quast, Baltimore, 
Md. Button. _ 

Burns, John, assignor of three-fourths to H. Davies, J. H. Barker, and W. L. McKarsie,^ 
Kensee, Ky. Mine-door-operating and signal system.'... ) 

Burns, Owen, issignorto W. F. Burns Company Chicago, 111. Coin-receptacle 

Burns, Peter C. (See Douglas, Harold A., assignor.) 

Burns, Peter C. (See Meissner, William 0., assignor.) 

Burns, Peter O, Chicago, 111. Telephone apparatus. 

Burns, Robert, New York, N. Y. Roaster tor coffee 



666,260 

689,386 

666.081 
687,418 
665,993 
677,115 
682,027 

670,890 
685,096 

689,606 

11,922 

669,616 
679,941 
686,257 

666,844 

677,336 

666.488 
674,452 
686,586 

668,158 

667,673 

676,936 

670,366 
685,200 
679,942 

684,188 

673,239 
66S,320 
673,494 
667,615 
673,756 
684,408 

672,413 
675,712 

690,357 
680,193 
665,059 
669,895 



679,693 
671,996 
666,465 

667,361 
670,531 

690,358 

671,158 

674,113 

673,043 
670,367 

687,117 

665,729 
673,157 



666,489 
679,216 



680,121 
668,600 
664,990 



669,072 
673,757 



Jan. 22 

Dec. 24 
Jan. 15 
Nov. 26 
Jan. 15 
June 25 
Sept. 3 

Mar. 26 
Oct. 22 

Dec. 24 

July 23 

Mar. 12 
Aug. 6 
Nov. 12 

Jan. 29 

July 2 

Jan. 22 
May 21 
Nov. 12 

Feb. 19 

Feb. 12 

June 25 

Mar. 19 
Oct. 22 
Aug. 6 

Oct. 8 

Apr. 30 
Feb. 19 
May 7 
Feb. 5 
May 7 
Oct. 15 

Apr. 16 
June 4 

Dec. 31 
Aug. 6 
Jan. 1 

Mar. 12 



July 30 
May 28 
Jan. 22 

Feb. 5 
Mar. 26 

Dec. 31 

Apr. 2 

May 14 

Apr. 30 
Mar. 19 

Nov. 19 

Jan. 8 
Apr. 30 



Jan. 22 
July 23 



Aug. 6 
Feb. 19 
Jan. 1 



Burns, Robert, New York, N. Y. Cooler 673,758 



Mar. 
May 

May 



2682 

3145 

2362 
3341 
2197 
3361 



3378 
3126 

3570 

3815 

1004 
429 
1012 

3851 

10 
3164 
2003 
1620 

1796 

929 

3041 

2454 
3311 
431 

1421 

4456 
2133 
259 
829 
723 
1861 

2870 
653 

5038 
869 
429 

1537 



4612 
2963 
3097 

378 
2741 

5039 

475 

1369 

4106 
2455 

2682 

1720 



3165 
3665 



737 

2628 

312 



15 
724 

725 



619 
620 
731 
546 
735 
506 
756 
151 

801 
717 



855 

238 

90 

223 



2 
732 
464 
361 

1404 

1405 

200 

677 

574 

(761 

1762 

90 

318 

1030 
472 
61 
176 
171 
412 



135 



194 
96,97 



1035 
679 
717 

78 
642 

1163 

109 

316 

940 
574 



395 

997 



732 
817 



163 

589 

590 

70 



3,4 
172 
172 
173 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



61 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Burns, Robert, Chicago, 111., and C. K. Pickles, St. Louis, Mo.; said Pickles assignor toj 
B. E. Tilden, Chicago, 111. Engine _. j 

Burns, Walters, assignor to Brunswick Refrigerating Company, New Brunswick, N. J. 
Refrigerating apparatus _ 

Burns, William J., Bonanza, Ark. Shingler's hatchet 

Burow, Carl F. G., Hamburg, Germany. Bottle-cleaning apparatus 

Burr, Nelson, Batavia, 111., assignor to Spartan Manufacturing Company, of Illinois. 
Feed-mill 

Burr, William H., Philadelphia, Pa. Chain wrench „. 

Burr, William H., Philadelphia, Pa. Wrench 

Burrell and Company, D. H. (See Morgan, Frank E., assignor.) 

Burrell & Co., D. H. (See Feldmeier, Harvey, assignor.) 

Burrell, Henry, Glasgow, Scotland. Equipment of electric cranes 



Jan. 29 



Burrell, Henry, Glasgow, Scotland. Cargo-steamer. _._ 

Burrell, Leonard, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Positive water-meter 

Burridge, Lee S., New York, N. Y. Type-writing machine 

Burroughs, Charles F., Newark, N. J. Hydraulic press 

Burroughs, Charles F., Newark, N. J. Valve for hydraulic presses 

Burroughs, Charles F., Newark, N. J. Printer's chase 

Burrow, William J. (See Bennett and Burrow.) 
Burrowes, Edward T. (See Gay, William H., assignor.) 

Burrowes, Edward T., Portland, Me. Justifying device for game-boards 

Burrowes, Edward T., Portland, Me. Game-board 

Burrowes, Edward T., Portland, Me., assignor to Curtain Supply Company, Chicago, 111. 

Tip for cable fixtures *. ...'. __ 

Burrows, Charles, Schenectady, N. Y. Ruling-machine ___ 

Burrows, George H., Somerville, assignor to Incandescent Gas Light Company, Boston,i 

Mass. Incandescent-gas-light apparatus - J 

Burrows, George H., Somerville, and G. L. Weaver, assignors to Incandescent Gas Light 

Company, Boston, Mass. Incandescent-gas-light apparatus 

Burrows, Joseph A., Akron, Ohio. Rubber-tire-setting machine 

Burrows, Lester P. (See Miller, Andrew H., assignor.) 

Burrows, Linus P., Washington, D. C. Desulfurizing ores 

Burrows, Taylor, Staines, assignor to Ramie Fibre Spinning Syndicate, Limited, Lon-i 

don, England. Machine for decorticating fibrous plants - J 

Burrows, William R. (See Howell and Burrows.) 

Burry, John, Fort Lee, N. J. Cryptographic type _ 

Burry , John, Fort Lee, N. J. Apparatus for use in wireless telegraphy 

Burry, John, Fort Lee, N. J. Apparatus for use in wireless telegraphy 

Burry, John. Fort Lee, N. J. Telegraph apparatus 



Burry, John, Fort Lee, N. J. Printing-telegraph . 



Burry, John, Fort Lee, N. J. Telegraph or other system 

Burson, Alexander P., California, Pa. Folding camp-stool 

Burson, Amos, Carnegie, Pa. Door-fastener... 

Burson, Amos, assignor to A. Valentour, McDonald, Pa. Packing and storing vessel ... 

Burson, Ernest E., Los Angeles, Cal. Urinal screen 

Burson, William W., assignor to himself, R. Emerson, and W. A. Talcott, Chicago, 111. 

Knit mitten.. 

Burt, Andrew B., Redlands, Cal. Split expansion-bit for drilling oil-wells 

Burt, Charles A., assignor to Burt Labeling Machine Company, Baltimore, Md. Label- 

ing-machine 

Burt, David B., Cleveland, Ohio. Routing-machine 

Burt, Eli A., and H. Harris, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mourning-band for hats.. 

Burt, Frederick N. (See Palmer, Lyndon O, assignor.) 

Burt, James H. (See Stauffer, Peter S., assignor.) 

Burt Labeling Machine Company. (See Burt, Charles A., assignor.) 

Burt, William J., Niles, Ohio. Copy-holder 

Burt, William J., Burtsboro, Ga. Resawing-machine 



Burtis, Ellsworth H., Burlington, N. J. Umbrella. 

Burtis, Willard J., Granville, N. Y. Game apparatus 

Burton, Charles H., assignor to National Pneumatic Service Company, Chicago, 111. 

Terminal for pneumatic-despatch tubes. 

Burton, Charles S. (See Hubbard, Eber, assignor.) 

Burton, Charles V., London, England. Tube-expander _ 



Burton, Charles W. and E. M., Royal Center, Ind. Pneumatic straw-stacker . 
Burton, Edward M. (See Burton, Charles W. and E. M.) 

Burton, George D. , Boston, Mass. Electrically-operated brake 

Burton, George D., Boston, Mass. Apparatus for electrical laundrying _ 

Burton, George D., Boston, Mass. Apparatus for heating furnace-blasts 



666,644 

674,054 
667,494 
667,817 i Feb. 12 



May 14 
Feb. 5 



Burton, George D„ Boston, Mass. Ore roasting and distilling apparatus _ 

Burton, James L., New Britain, assignor of one-half to H. Button, New Haven, Conn. 

Medicine-dose indicator . _ _ 

Burton, John R., Curtain Road, county of London, England. File case or cabinet 

Burton, Matthew. Batavia. 111. Meat-cutter 

Burton, Samuel F., Forsyth, Mont. Garden-tool 

Burton, William E. (See Trost, Henry, assignor.) 
Burton, William K., et al. (See Beech, Paul W., assignor.) 

Burwell, Arthur W., Cleveland, Ohio. Making compounds for use in tinning-baths 

Burwell, Dallas D., Clarinda, Iowa. End-gate 

Burwell, George A. , Plattsburg, N. Y. Electric generator _ 

Burwell, George A.. Toledo, Ohio. Automatic drilling-machine 

Busch, Carl W. J., Munich, assignor to Luxsche Industriewerke, A. G., Ludwigshafen, 

Germany. Armature for electric meters _ 



674,599 
666,490 
677,937 



675,811 

6S0,692 

070,146 

667,929 

0(7,116 
678,994 
682,840 



671,754 
674,729 

668,810 
674,434 

665,311 

672,888 
680,312 

680,313 
666,G45 

665,402 
673,418 
673,553 
677,535 



r,Siu;o:s 



685,571 

675,713 
672,439 
689,790 
683,419 

680,672 
690,359 

666,491 

676,935 
685,391 



672,750 

682,909 

666,646 
672,999 

667,185 

677,930 
680,761 

670,415 
672,074 
679,450 

679,452 

675,364 
668,848 
679,884 
676,416 



683,435 
08K.292 
672,029 
673,533 

686,023 



May 21 
Jan. 22 
July 9 



June 4 

Aug. 20 

Mar. 19 

Feb. 12 

June 25 
July 23 
Sept. 17 



Apr. 9 
May 21 

Feb. 26 

May 21 

Jan. 1 



Apr. 30 
Aug. 13 

Aug. 13 
Jan. 29 

Jan. 8 

May 7 

May 7 

July 2 



Aug. 20 



Oct. 29 

June 4 
Apr. 23 
Dec. 24 
Sept. 24 

Aug. 13 
Dec. 31 

Jan. 22 

June 25 
Oct. 29 



Apr. 23 

Sept. 17 

Jan. 29 
Apr. 30 

Feb. 5 

July 9 
Aug. 20 

Mar. 26 
Apr. 16 
July 30 

July 30 

May 28 
Feb. 26 
Aug. 6 
June 18 



Oct. 1 
Dec. 10 
Apr. 16 
May 7 

Nov. 5 



3442 

1263 
636 
1211 

2267 
3169 
1159 

831 

1809 
2035 
1409 

3363 

3209 
2170 



1644 
2197 



1979 
891 



3791 
1087 



1088 
3444 



11)72 



364 
.356 



1811 



4016 

d53 

2927 
3934 
3197 

1759 
5044 

3170 

3038 

3668 



3536 

2291 

3446 
4016 

18 

1144 
1966 

2553 

2240 
4150 

4153 



3147 
322 

2040 



18 

1123 

2150 

331 

575 



i 799 



292 
128 
265 

523 
732 

206 



1179 
|180 
\ 399 
1400 
472 
1311 
1312 
756 
718 
490 



379 

577 



458 
( 205 
1206 

871 
(240 
J 241 

241 

(800 
1801 

249 
20 

88 

87 

(400 
401 

-U02 
403 

[404 

1918 
I 919 
135 
677 
917 
733 

387 
1164 
1733 
|734 
677 
841 



(516 

1517 

801 

921 



(263 

1264 

431 

596 

516 

931 

(932 

1933 

828 

704 

68 

454 



4 

259 

499 

77,78 

119 



-94 



-96 



94 



- 97 



95 

J-96 

94 
95 

94 

j-96 
96 

94 
95 
96 

i-96 



765 

1323 
1117 
1249 

1544 
689 
260 



2024 

1442 

2240 

1292 

2577 
703 



356 
1591 

1666 
1485 

179 

846 
1276 

1277 
766 

229 
1071 
1126 

77 



1442 



888 

1990 

641 

2704 

2562 

1412 
2945 

690 

2520 
821 



773 

2357 

766 
897 

994 

257 
1478 

2365 
492 
917 

917 

1833 
1682 
1107 
2305 



6 

2090 
475 
1119 

1075 



62 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 


Date. 


671,582 


Apr. 9 


674,956 


May 28 


676,121 
679,015 


June 11 
July 23 


685,097 
665,403 


Oct. 22 
Jan. 8 


686,202 


Nov. 5 


665,060 
677.634 
688,060 
688,061 
676,978 
689,850 
689,851 


Jan. 1 
July 2 
Dec. 3 
Dec. 3 
June 25 
Dec. 31 
Dec. 31 


687,194 
688,589 


Nov. 26 
Dec. 10 


680,638 


Aug. 13 


679,943 


Aug. 6 


671,263 


Apr. 2 


681,949 


Sept. 3 


687,118 


Nov. 19 


666,733 
675,541 
682,028 


Jan. 29 
June 4 
Sept. 3 


688,149 


Dec. 3 


678,715 


July 16 


671,063 


Apr. 2 


686,024 
672,204 


Nov. 5 
Apr. 16 


673,634 


May 7 


685,098 


Oct. 22 


686,505 


Nov. 12 


678,537 


July 16 


670,532 
669,679 
677,061 
684,564 


Mar. 26 
Mar. 12 
June 25 
Oct. 15 


681,298 


Aug. 27 


681,299 


Aug. 27 


681,300 


Aug. 27 


682,600 
687,602 


Sept. 17 

Nov. 26 


668,771 


Feb. 26 


689,064 


Dec. 17 


687,476 
667,495 
666,375 


Nov. 26 
Feb. 5 
Jan. 22 


670,127 


Mar. 19 


667,674 


Feb. 12 


688,062 
688,590 


Dec. 3 
Dec. 10 


669,617 


Mar. 12 


666,261 
665,505 


Jan. 22 
Jan. 8 


669,381 
670,764 
679,292 
679,293 
683,843 


Mar. 5 
Mar. 26 
July 30 
July 30 
Oct. 1 


666,918 


Jan. 29 



Monthly 
volume. 



Busch, John G., Potter Valley, Cal. Gate--..- 

Busch, Max. (See Deutsch, John H., assignor.) 

Buschmann, John F., Hattiesburg, Miss. Device for decorating Christmas trees 

Buschmann, William, et al. (See Mauro, John, assignor.) 

Busenbenz, Jacob J. , Chicago, 111. Reservoir for vapor-lamps 

Busenbenz, Jacob J., Chicago, 111. Hydrocarbon-burner 

Bush, Howard H. (See Campbell, Charles R., assignor.) 

Bush, William O, Wilmington, Del. Harvester-knife and fastening therefor _ 

Bushman, Ernst, assignor of one-fourth to W. Bucknor, New York, N. Y. Compound. . 

Bushner, Frederic W., Neosho, Mo. Well-drilling apparatus 

Busky , Christopher, Prairie du Chien, Wis. Pea-harvester _ 

Busselle, Arthur S, Ottumwa, Iowa. Basket attachment for desks 

Bussert, Earl D., Lima, Ohio. Tobacco-pipe _ 

Bustanoby, Andrfi, New York, N. Y. Parallel-ruler ._ 

Buster, Walter L., Iredell, Tex. Plow attachment 

Bustin, Robert, St. Johns, Canada. Fire-escape. 

Bustin, Robert, St. Johns, Canada. Ice-skate _ 

Bustin, Robert, St. Johns, Canada, and E. F. Myers, Boston, Mass.; said Bustin assignor 

to said Myers. Bottle-stopper device for preventing refilling of bottles 

Butcher, Anthony, and W. Browder, Chillicothe, Mo. Wagon-jack. 

Butcher, Charles, Cambridge, Mass. Disappearing and safety hitching-post. 

Butcher, Frank, Healdsburg, Cal. Means for preserving fruits and their juices 

Butkus, John A. (See Butkus, Joseph and J. A.) 

Butkus, Joseph and J. A., Baltimore, Md. Bottle-stopper 

Butkus, Joseph and J. A. , Baltimore, Md. Bottle-stoppering machine 

Butkus, Joseph and J. A. , Baltimore, Md. Bottle-stoppering machine 

Butler, Bert, Kensett, Iowa. Hand-cart 

Butler, Bert, Kensett, Iowa. Push-cart _ 

Butler, Braxton R., Fayetteville, N. C. Bed-spring-making machine 

Butler, Charles A., et al. (See McCord, Ralph, assignor.) 

Butler, Charles M., assignor of one-third to R. L Crawford, Wonewoc, Wis. Belt 

Butler, Edward, Gateshead, England. Compound explosion-engine 

Butler, Edward F., Whitewater, Wis. Cover for cooking utensils 

Butler, Frances E., et al. (See Krause, Hugo O, assignor.) 

Butler, James F., Scranton, Pa., assignor to D. S. and C. A. Beemer. Pleasure-swing .. 

Butler, John A., assignor to Southington Cutlery Co., Southington, Conn. Safety-razor 

Butler, John A., assignor to Southington Cutlery Co., Southington, Conn. Tool for 
dressing emery-wheels _ 

Butler, John A., assignor to Southington Cutlery Co., Southington, Conn. Holder for 
stropping safety-razors _. _ 

Butler, John A., assignor to Southington Cutlery Co., Southington, Conn. Safety- 
razor 

Butler, John D., assignor of one-half to E. F. Young, Dunn, N. C. Apparatus for pre- 
serving fruit _ 

Butler, John F. (See Millen, Amos W., assignor.) 

Butler, John T., et al. (See Davison, George J., assignor.) 

Butler, Joseph C, Iowa Falls, Iowa. End-gate 

Butler, Lorenzo D. Crandon, Wis. Combined harrow and roller 

Butler, Nea! A., J. H. Ballance, and G. L. Cannady, Dunn, N. C. Fertilizer-distributer . 

Butler, Nelson C, Greenfield, Mass. Drill-chuck 

Butler, Paul, Lowell, Mass. Cartridge-machine 

Butler, Paul, Lowell, Mass. Cartridge-shell-trimming machine 

Butler, Paul, Lowell, Mass. Machine for packing articles into boxes 

Butler, Paul, Lowell, Mass. Machine for scoring bullets 

Butler, Samuel W., Jacksonville, assigno.- to H. J. Bixler, Johnsonburg, Pa. Pole-tip .. 

Butler, Thomas H. , and O. Hammond, Baltimore, Md. Ice-cutting machine 

Butler, Thomas H., and O. Hammond, Baltimore, Md. Ice-cutting machine .' 

Butler, Thomas P., assignor of one-half to F. J. Macrae, New York, N. Y. Hook and eye 

Butler, William M., Philadelphia, Pa. Combined book-cover and pincushion 

Butler, William R., assignor of one-half to F. H. Garber, Richmond, Va. Truss 

Butt, Joseph A. (See McKeever, William, assignor.) 

Butterfield, Edgar O, Marseilles, 111. Foot-support for wagon-boxes 

Butterfield. George F., Framingham, Mass. Machine for applying rubber soles to bot-> 

tomsof leather boots or shoes 5 

Butterfield, John S., et al. (See Rooney, Patrick, assignor.) 

Butterfield, Leonard D. (See Smith, Albert W., assignor.) 

Butterfield, Oscar A., assignor to Nichols and Shepard Company, Battlecreek, Mich. 

Sieve-holder _ _ 

Butterfield, Wells D., Detroit, Mich. Sliding and folding partition 

Butterly, George H., Salford, England. Quoit game 

Butterworth, Frank. (See Fowler and Ewen, assignors.) 

Butterworth, Robert, Somerville, assignor of one-half to Reversible Collar Company, 

Boston , Mass. Adhesive stay-tape 

Biittgenbach, Conrad, Hamburg, Germany. Checker-board game 

Buttifant, Archibald G. (See Gersant and Buttifant.) 

Buttler, William, Redkey, Ind. Applying backing material to glass sheets or plates 

Buttler, William, Redkey, Ind. Glass-pressing apparatus 

Buttler, William Redkey, Ind. Apparatus for the manufacture of sheet-glass 

Buttler, William, Redkey, Ind. Manufacture of window-glass 

Button, Frank E., New York, N. Y. Railway-signal 

Button, Herbert. (See Burton, James L., assignor.) 

Butz, John A., Pittsburg, Pa. Stirrup or hanger for floor-beams 



1324 



2885 



3127 
1073 

919 



1692 
1005 



1316 

563 
3162 
3832 
3834 

757 

4003 



625 
398 



|370 
91 



335 

699 



194 



| 599 
61 



119 



2743 
1114 
3259 
2110 

2987 

2998 

3004 

170 
3644 

2989 

2583 

3401 

637 

2924 

1996 



264 

732 

477 

1663 

664 

665 

|665 

1666 

|666 

|667 

389 

802 

1665 

|666 

1596 

1597 

746 

129 

676 



i 200 

i201 



162 

398 
(238 
(239 



620 



130 
743 
858 
858 
166 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



63 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Butz, Walter D., Norristown, Pa. Machine for running on knitted fabrics 

Buyten, Hermann, Dusseldorf, Germany. Trunk or box 

Buzard, John C, and C. L. Norton, Mars, Pa. Neck-yoke 

Buzzacott, Francis H., Chicago, 111. Hair-fastener 

Byall, Myer, Winterville, Miss. Match-box 

Bybee, S. C, et al. (See Darwin and Barber, assignors.) 

Bye, Martin, assignor to Harrington & Richardson Arms Company, Worcester, Mass. 
Ejector mechanism for breakdown guns 

Byers, Cyrus A. (See Abbey, Edward F., assignor.) 

Byers, Jacob J., Cameron, Mo., assignor of one-half to National Malleable Castings Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Draft-rigging _ 

Byers, James W., Mercer, Pa. Needle- valve for gas-burners 

Byers, James W., Mercer, Pa. Cleaner for incandescent gas-burners 

Byers, John F., Ravenna, Ohio. Motor-vehicle construction 

Byers, John F., Ravenna, Ohio. Spring-mounting for motor-vehicle frames 

Byers, John Y., Descanso, Cal. Amalgamator _ 

Byers, Morton L., and T. Shafer, Logansport, Ind. Switch and signal mechanism 

Byers, William J. (See Parry and Byers.) 

Byers, William L., Sunderland, England. Pivoted anchor 

Byington, John, St. Charles, Mo. Dust-extractor 

Byrd, Anthony A. A., Edmonton, England. Expanding mandrel and chuck 

Byrens, John M., Vancouver, assignor of two-thirds to G. E. Drew and T. R. Pearson, 

New Westminster, Canada. Weather-strip 

Byrider, William A. (See Swinehart and Byrider.) 

Byrne, Hugh H., La Crosse, Wis. Garment support and fastener 

Byrne, John R. E., Tilden, Tex. Windmill _\ 

Byrne, Rosa I., Cincinnati, Ohio. Drainer or colander 

Byrnes, Clarence, Sewickley, Pa. Ornamental glass and making same 

Byrnes, Clarence P., Sewickley, Pa. Pickling-bath 

Byrnes, James J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Incandescent burner 

Byron, Harold W., Williamsport, Md. Computing apparatus 

Byron, Harold W., Williamsport, Md. Computing apparatus 

Byron, J. P. (See Weatherwax, Walter S., assignor.) 

Byvoet, Antoon F. J. (See Vierdag, Verheggen, Arntzenius, and Byvoet.) 

C. B. Cottrell & Sons Company. (See Cottrell, Charles P., assignor.) 

C. B. Cottrell & Sons Company. (See Seymour, Ralph C, assignor.) 

C. O. Burns Co. (See Burns and Strauss, assignor.) 

Cabell, Robert H., Chicago, 111., assignor to Armour & Company, of Illinois. Drink-dis- 
pensing urn 

Cabot, Samuel, Boston, Mass. Composition for staining and fireprooflng wood 

Cabrie, Prosper, New York, N. Y. Manufacture of artificial stone 

Cabrie, Prosper, New York, N. Y. Manufacture of artificial stone 

Cadden, Charles C. (See Yaxley and Cadden.) 

Cadell, John F., assignor to Ott. Mergenthaler Company, Baltimore, Md. Boring-tool .. 

Cadman, Addi B. (See Gardner and Cadman.) 

Cadwgan, Thomas C, assignor of one-half to O. S. Kelly Company, Springfield. Ohio. 
Machine for washing paper-stock 

Cady. Frank P., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to D. W. Aylworth, South Haven, Mich. Ma-i 
chine for making clamps. ] 

Cady, Frank P., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to D. W. Aylworth, South Haven, Mich. Die . 

Cady, Henry G., Pine Bluff, Ark. Toy ._ 

Cady, Henry G., Pine Bluff, Ark. Timber or log buoy __ 

Cady, Hutchins C, Columbus, Ohio. Supporting-bracket for display-cards 

Cady, John C, Jr., et al. (See Mayrhofer, Joseph O, assignor.) 

Cadv, Palmer M., assignor of one-half to C. J. Kaighin, San Francisco, Cal. Necktie- 
hold' 



Caesar, Emil, New York, N. Y. Attaching device for letters 

Caesar, Jacob, Perth Amboy, N. J. Window 

Caesar, Jacob, Perth Amboy, N. J. Window 

Caffey, Charles B., Bastrop, Tex. Automatic regulator for pneumatic flues 

Caffey, John W., Bastrop, Tex. Boat-propeller 

Caffrey, James H., et al. (See Ingram, Robert K. and J. K., assignors.) 

Cage, Raff F., Asbury Park, N. J. Match-safe 

Cahen, Emile D. (See Sevene and Cahen.) 

Cahen, Marcus, Miilheim, Germany. Stuffing-box packing for cold-water pumps 

Cahill, Mortimer, Chicago, 111. Hydrocarbon stove-heater 

Cahling, Gustaf A. (See Almqvist, Kastberg, Cahling, and Sjoqvist.) 

Caillavet, Eugene, Villeneuve-sur-Lot, France. Explosive-gas motor 

Cain, Andrew B. (See Sieg, Francis L., assignor.) 

Cain, Robert E., Platte City, Mo. Belt or strap splicer 

Cain, William M., Carlton, Minn. Load-retaining apparatus for vehicles 

Caine, Frank C. (See Watterson, Sherman W., assignor.) 

Cairns, Adam, Glasgow, Scotland. Substitute for rubber or gutta-percha 

Calberla, Georg. (See Stern and Martin, assignors.) 
Calculagraph Company. (See Abbott, Henry, assignor.) 

Calder, Arthur R., Steelton, Pa. Gas-producer _ 

Calder, James, assignorof one-half to G. S. Bingham, Hamilton, Canada. Binding mech- 
anism and shocking attachment for harvester-binders 

Calder, John W., Pittsburg, Pa. Hot-blast stove ' 

Caldwell, Alexander, assignor to Bill and Caldwell, New York, N. Y. Hat 

Caldwell, Alonzo C, St. Paul, Minn. Removable denture 



Caldwell & Co., Edward F. (See Wagner, Charles, assignor.) 

Caldwell, Eugene W., New York, N. Y. Electric-current interrupter 

Caldwell, Eugene W., New York, N. Y. Interrupting electric currents 

Caldwell. Eugene W., New York, N. Y. Stereoscopic X-ray apparatus 

Caldwell, Frank G., Wheeling, W. Va. Clamp for bundling corrugated-metal sheets or 
plates __ 

Caldwell, Jack, assignor to Perfection Hitcher Manufacturing Company, Kansas City, 
Mo. Horse-hitcher __ _ 

Caldwell, Jack, assignor of one-half to E. G. Ege, Kansas City, Mo. Horse-hitching de- 
vice 



670,308 

683,908 

686.258 
6116.86(1 
6813,551 



674,957 

673,419 
675,193 
675,322 
679,471 
684,189 

674,624 

673,379 

670,368 
683,436 
670,533 

673,333 

684,744 
668,975 
681,473 
676,122 
686,842 
682,527 
682,910 
683,379 



670,221 
666,647 
677,853 
679,828 

687,724 



675,930 

670,891 

678,158 
677,015 
687,298 
669,680 



(177,051 
672,751 
676,352 
689,162 
674.958 
667,496 

687,119 

674,902 
683,723 

689,791 

686,711 
686,587 

680,426 



679,885 

673,358 

688,716 
690,230 

672,163 

677,498 
677,499 

688,458 

670,765 
682,972 
683,552 



Mar. 19 

Oct. 8 
Nov. 12 
Jan. 29 
Oct. 1 



May 28 



May 7 
May 28 
May 28 
July 30 
Oct. 8 

May 21 

May 7 

Mar. 19 
Oct. 1 
Mar. 26 

Apr. 30 

Oct. 15 
Feb. 26 

Aug. 27 
June 11 
Nov. 19 
Sept. 10 

Sept. 17 

Sept. 24 



Mar. 19 
Jan. 29 
July 9 
Aug. 6 

Dec. 3 



June 11 

Mar. 26 

July 9 
June 25 

Nov. 26 
Mar. 12 



July 9 
Apr. 23 
June 11 
Dec. 17 
May 28 
Feb. 5 

Nov. 19 

May 28 
Oct. 1 

Dec. 24 

Nov. 19 
Nov. 12 

Aug. 13 



Aug. 6 

Apr. 30 

Dec. 10 
Dec. 31 

Apr. 16 

July 2 
July 2 

Dec. 30 

Mar. 26 
Sept. 17 
Oct. 1 



2340 

899 
1013 
38113 

226 



2886 



3515 
4186 
1422 

2308 

17 

2457 

19 

2744 

4631 

2459 
3406 
3313 

1446 
2151 
1564 

2292 

3117 



2197 

3448 

970 

211 

32 



1075 

3380 

1566 
3179 
3060 
1115 



1180 
3537 
1925 

2750 



2690 

2804 
548 

3937 

1870 
1621 

1298 

324 

4673 

1898 
4816 

2386 

287 
288 

1427 

3163 

2396 

227 



i 545 
1546 
200 
224 
894 
51 



661 



20,21 

759 

811 

940 

319 

(533 

(534 

3 

574 
4,5 
643 

1072 

559 
760 
737 
324 
477 
355 
(517 
1518 
714 



510 



236 
(801 
1802 
361 
714 
671 
264 



272 
809 
427 
638 
664 
129 

591 

641 
121 

917 

415 



(18. 09 
(1080 
U081 
446 
1113 
(551 
"(552 

71 

71 

329 



743 
542 
52 



■94 

97 
97 
94 
97 



95 

95 
95 
95 
96 
97 

-95 

95 

94 

07 
94 



97 
94 
96 
95 
97 
96 

96 



97 



i-94 



96 
95 
95 
97 
95 
94 

97 

95 
97 

97 

97 

97 



96 
j-95 

97 

97 

i-95 



2303 

201 

1186 

850 

50 



1(18(1 



1073 
1775 
1814 
923 
307 

1552 

1058 

2326 

6 

2402 

1018 

530 

1734 
1764 
2167 
1448 
2192 

2358 

2546 



2273 
767 
225 

1084 

1849 



2091 

2530 

339 
2549 
1651 



264 
773 
2263 
2446 
1686 
1117 

1558 

1669 
113 

2705 

1384 
1316 

1318 



1108 

1027 

2255 
2900 

519 

62 
62 

2157 

2486 

2379 

50 



64 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Caldwell, James P., assignor of one-half to J. R. Hunter, Howard, Ga. Cotton -chop- 
per _ _ ___ 

Caldwell, John, Minneapolis, Minn. Leather-stretching device 

Caldwell, John, assignor of two-thirds to J. S. Kellogg, Providence, R. I. Trolley-wheel 

Caldwell, John, assignor to W. S. Nott Co., Minneapolis, Minn. Clamp for leather- 
stretching machines __ 

Caldwell, John, assignor to W. S. Nott Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Leather-stretch- 
ing device . 

Caldwell, John, assignor to W. S. Nott Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Leather-stretch- 
ing device - _. 

Caldwell, John, assignor to W. S. Nott Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Leather-stretch- 
ing device _ ._ . __ 

Caldwell. John, assignor to W. S. Nott Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Leather-stretch- 
ing device __ 

Caldwell, John, assignor to W. S. Nott Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Leather-stretch- 
ing device _ _ 

Caldwell, John, assignor to W. S. Nott Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Leather-stretch- 
ing device .. 

Caldwell, John, assignor to W. S. Nott Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Leather-stretch- 
ing device _ _ __ 

Caldwell, John, assignor to W. S. Nott Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Leather-stretch- 
ing device _ 

Caldwell, John P., Gainesville, Ga. Cooking apparatus 

Caldwell, Julia, et al. (S:e Cary, Lewis C, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Caldwell, Robert, Auckland, New Zealand. Lancet __. 

Caldwell, William L., et al. (See Cui ris, Lewis E., assignor.) 

Caldwell, William L., assignor of two-thirds to J. W. Rapp and H. L. Easton, New York, 
N. Y. Sidewalk.. 

Caldwell, William L., assignor of two-thirds to J. W. Rapp and H. L. Easton, New York, 
N. Y. Stud for building construction. 

Calhoon, W. W., et al. (See Johnson, William H., assignor.) 

Calhoun, James L. and W, II.. Phicago, 111. Carbon copying device 

Calhoun, James M., Lincoln. >■. Seat-sur^rting attachment for wagons 

Calhoun, William H. (See C...uua, James L. aiKl W. H.) 

Calkins, Albert C, assignor to F. W, Braun, Los Angeles, Cal. Ore-pulverizer 

Calkins, Albert C, assignor to F. W. Braun, Los Angelec, Cal. Gyratory muller 

Calkins, Albert O, assignor to F. W. Braun, Los Angeles, Cal. Ore-sampling machine- 
Calkins, Albert C, assignor to F. W. Braun, Los Angeles, Cal. Automatic blowpipe ... 

Calkins, Albert O, assignor to F. W. Braun, Los Angeles, Cal. Attachment for ore-sam- 
pling machines . . 

Calkins, Albert O, assignor to F. W. Braun, Los Angeles, Cal. Coronet-rolls 

Calkins, Almon B., Franklin, N. J., assignor to American Match Machine Company, New? 

York, N. Y. Rotary cutter mechanism 5 

Calkins, Arthur N., Franklin, N. J., assignor to Amorican Match Machine Company, 

New York, N. Y. Match-splint carrier 

Calkins, Daniel N., assignor to Rochester Germicide Co., Rochester, N. Y. Disinfectant- 
holder 

Calkins, William C, Momence, 111. Electrical switch 

Call, Delmer W., assignor to National Malleable Castings Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Hub-band 

Call, Delmer W., assignor to National Malleable Castings Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Hub-band. 

Call, James F., Felchville, Vt. Pencil-holder 

Callahan, Cornelius, Canton, Mass. Hose pipe or nozzle 

Callahan, John. (See Rogginger, John, assignor.) 

Callahan, Joseph N., and J. D. Short, Henrietta, N. C. Vehicle-brake 

Callahan, Owen P., New York, N. Y. Car-coupling 

Callahan, Patrick J., Marlboro, Mass. Shoe-rack 

Callahan, Richard T., 3uffalo, N. Y. Speed-wagon. 

Callahan, Thomas A., St. Louis, Mo. Apparatus for threading conduits 

Callaway, Alonzo N., baa Antonio, Tex. Photographic-printing frame. 

Callaway, Charles O, et al. (See Callaway, James W., assignor.) 
Callaway, Emily L. A., et al. (See Callaway, James W., assignor.) 

Callaway, Hugh, Guildford, England. Closing tube ends 

Callaway, James W., assignor of seven-eighths to E. L. A., M. A., J. A., J. W., Jr., W. S., 

C. O, and L. L. Callaway, Montrose, Colo. Rotary engine 

Callaway, Joseph A., et al. (See Callaway, James W., assignor.) 

Callaway, Laura L., et al. (See Callaway, James W., assignor.) 

Callaway, Michael A., et al. (See Callaway, James W., assignor.) 

Callaway William S., et al. (See Callaway, James W., assignor.) 

Callendei Edwin F., assignor of one-half to J. J. Callender, Galesburg, 111. Electric 

battery _ _ _ 

Callender, James J. (See Callender, Edwin F., assignor.) 

Callender, James J. , Galesburg, 111. Harrow-tooth fasten ing._ 

Callender, Monroe N., San Francisco, Cal. Dental engine 

Callender, William O, Piqua, Ohio. Bracket. 

Calleson, Amos, New York, N. Y. Drawing-press -- 

Callison, Abner F., and W. S. Bing, Salt Lake City, Utah. Cattle-tag 

Callison, Abner F., and W. S. Bing, SaltLakD City, Utah. Marker-affixing tool 

Callison, Abner F., and W. S. Bing, Salt Lako City, Utah. Cattle-marker 

Callon, Harry A., assignor of one-half to Knight and Jillson Company, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Surface condenser 

Callum Fire Signal Company. (See Galium, Robert G., assignor.) 

Callum, Robert G., assignor to Callum Fire Signal Company, Washington, D. C. Tem- 
perature alarm and indicator for car axle-boxes - 

Calmette, Leon C. A., Lille, France. Manufacturing glucose - 

Calveard, Frances L. , Louisville, Ky. Attachment for type-writing machines 

Calwell, J. H., et al. (See Smith, Gary B., assignor.) 

Camden Iron Works. (See Graves, Irwin, assignor.) 

Camden Iron Works. (See Jensenius, Herman A., assignor.) 

Cameron, Alexander A. (See Spencer and Cameron.) 

Cameron, Alexander N., Perth, Canada, assignor of one-half to H. Ramsden, Philadel-i 
phia, Pa. Metal-rod-bending machine - J 

Cameron, Arthur, assignor to F. C. Austin, Chicago, 111. Street-sweeping machine 



670,554 
687,177 
670,382 

685,253 

680,840 

682,785 

682,786 

685,254 

685,255 

686,506 

687,001 
687,421 
665,952 

677,756 

672,822 

682,316 

679,722 
684,671 

675,264 
675,265 
l»82,5S8 
682,529 

6S3,844 
685,673 

682,787 

681,872 

681,100 
687,422 

681,666 

681,667 
667,968 
672,161 

677,635 

682.827 
683,637 
666,955 
683,845 
690,131 

674,903 
666,163 



687,121 

687,120 
682,317 
678,112 

667,866 

670,099 
673,193 
673,314 

689,037 



671,813 
687,122 
669,618 



676,027 
670,926 



Mar. 26 
Nov. 19 
Mar. 19 

Oct. 29 

Aug. 20 

Sept. 17 

Septj. 17 

Oct. 29 

Oct. 29 

Nov. 12 

Nov. 19 
Nov. 26 
Jan. 15 

July 2 

Apr. 23 

Sept. 10 

Aug. 6 
Oct. 15 

May 28 
May 28 
Sept. 10 
Sept. 10 

Oct. 1 
Oct. 29 

Sept. 17 

Sept. 3 

Aug. 20 
Nov. 26 

Aug. 27 

Aug. 27 
Feb. 12 
Apr. 16 

July 2 

Sept. 17 
Oct. 1 
Jan. 29 
Oct. 1 
Dec. 31 



May 28 
Jan. 29 



Nov. 19 

Nov. 19 
Sept. 10 
July 9 

Feb. 12 

Mar. 19 
Apr. 30 
Apr. 30 

Dec. 17 



Apr. 9 

Nov. 19 
Mar. 12 



June 11 
Apr. 2 



2785 
2819 
2479 

3406 

2126 

2057 

2059 

3408 

3410 

1467 

2481 
3291 
2135 

767 

3651 

1210 

8 
2327 

3455 

3456 
1565 
1567 

759 

4201 

2061 

402 

2604 

3292 



1470 



546 
2139 

380 
4065 

760 
4632 



2805 
4478 



2693 

2692 
1210 
1481 

1296 



4382 
4586 



2533 



1743 
2694 
1006 



1248 



652 
615 
579 

785 

464 



785 
786 
324 

545 

(720 

1721 

495 

184 

839 

274 

3 

527 

789 
790 
355 
356 

166 
j 963 

1964 
1466 
(467 

81 

575 
721 



826 
325 
552 

130 

483 

85 

939 

166 

1069 



641 

1026 



591 

591 

274 
342 

(283 
1284 
449 
1011 
1062 

582 



404 
592 
239 



(278 

1279 

2 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



G5 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Ml 
P-i 



1180 



1247 
5 
1988 
1772 
1191 

727 



2419 
1247 

1165 
2064 
985 
1849 

1196 

840 

840 

841 
842 



1305 
820 



1430 



4 
201 



691 

112 

116 

551 

207^ 

153 

2243 
2311 



438 

2273 
2024 
528 
1592 
1796 
2315 
2071 

2495 

1148 



979 

1393 
1394 

1394 



1395 

504 

1482 



Cameron, Daniel. (See Englen, Frederick J., assignor.) 

Cameron, Daniel, Kansas City, Mo., and H. Clingen, South Omaha, Nebr., assignors to 
Cudahy Packing Company, Chicago, 111. Treating food products in cans 

Cameron, Henry S. (See Morrison and Cameron.) 

Cameron, Herbert G. (See Mackrow and Cameron.) 

Cameron, James A., New York, N. Y. Sewing-machine for hemming 

Cameron, John W. (See Zimmerman, Albert L., assignor.) 

Cameron, Julia E. (See Coryell, Edwin M., assignor.) 

Cameron, Louis O., Bellevue, Pa. Heater 

Cameron, Murdick, Duluth, Minn. Meat or vegetable cutter 

Cameron, Thomas A., and P. T. Beygrau, Rossland, Canada. Water-closet attachment. 

Cameron, William T., and W. A. Purks, Philadelphia, Pa. Garbage-receptacle 

Camp, Erasmus T., Gadsden, Ala. Apparatus for vaporizing medicinal agents .. 

Camp, Ferdinand de, Berlin, Germany. Apparatus for prouucing coal-dust and carry- 
ing it into furnaces _ 

Camp, Frederick A. (See Judd, Silas C , assignor.) 

Camp, George E. (See Foster and Camp.) 

Camp, James E., et al. (See Ritchel, Charles F., assignor.) 

Camp, Joseph E., Washington, 111. Catch for end-gates 

Camp, Julian E., Brooklyn, 111. Vehicle-wheel 

Camp, Robert D., Chicago, 111., assignor to Moffett Bearing Company, Council Bluffs, 
Iowa. Roller-bearing _ 

Camp, William W., Smithville, Canada. Acetylene-gas apparatus 

Campbell, Albert, Iron ton, Ohio. Tobacco-pipe 

Campbell, Alden L., Manchester, Va. Pump _ _ 

Campbell, Andrew C, assignor to E. J. Manville Machine Company, Waterbury, Conn. 
Double-acting press _. 

Campbell, Angus, assignor to American Cctton Picker Company, Pittsburg, Pa. Cot- 
ton-picker spi ndle _ 

Campbell, Angus, assignor to American Cotton Picker Company, Pittsburg, Pa. Cot- 
ton-harvester. ; 

Campbell, Angus, assignor to American Cotton Picker Company, Pittsburg, Pa. Cot-' 
ton-harvester ; 

Campbell, Angus, assignor to American Cotton Picker Company, Pittsburg, Pa. Cot-i 
ton-harvester ._ __ -.. | 

Campbell, Angus, assignor to American Cotton Picker Company, Pittsburg, Pa. Cot-i 
ton-harvester. | 

Campbell, Annie. (See Young, Tapley W., assignor.) 

Campbell, Archibald, Surf, Cal. Assaying device 

Campbell, Archibald D., Stabler. Ala. Heating device _ 

Campbell Bosworth Machinery Company. (See Dodge and Wilson, assignors.) 

Campbell, Caroline M. (See Freeman, Thomas J. A., assignor.) 

Campbell, Charles B. (See Hornbeck, Lewis N., assignor.) 

Campbell, Charles H. (See Campbell, Joseph H. and C. H.) 

Campbell, Charles H., McKeesport, Pa. Curtain-pole 

Campbell, Charles H., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to J. H. Campbell, New York, N. Y. 
Food product _ 

Campbell, Charles R., Huguenot, assignor to himself and H. H. Bush, New York, N. Y. 
Incandescent electric lamp _ 

Campbell, Clell D., Lincoln, Nebr. Scaffold-bracket , 

Campbell & Co., William. (See Campbell, William K., assignor.) 

Campbell Cotton Tie Buckle Company. (See Campbell, Douglas M., assignor.) 

Campbell, Douglas M., assignor of one-half to S. Taliaferro, Houston, Tex. Turning-tool 
for bale-band fasteners 

Campbell, Douglas M., assignor to Campbell Cotton Tie Buckle Company, Houston, Tex. 
Turning-tool for bale-band fasteners ._ 

Campbell, Edward, assignor to himself and C. J. Wardrope, Winnipeg, Canada. Wash- 
ing-machine 

Campbell, Edward R. East Ryegate, Vt. Nut-lock 

Campbell, Frank W. , assignor of one-half to J. Chancellor, Chicago, 111. Match-box 

Campbell, George D., Columbiana, Ala. Ice-cream freezer 

Campbell, George R. (See Birchard and Campbell.) 

Campbell, George W., Kenton, Ohio. Lever-jack 

Campbell, Harry H., and E. M. Hawkins, Steelton, Pa. Gas-engine 

Campbell, Henry S. (See Martin and Campbell.) 

Campbell, Horace G., Portland, Oreg. Valve-gear 

Campbell, Howard, Brooklyn, N. Y. Concrete-mixer _._ 

Campbell, James, London, England. Navigable vessel _ 

Campbell, James, assignor to O. C. Devereux & Co., Providence, R. I. Button 

Campbell, James, assignor to O. C. Devereux & Co., Providence, R. I. Button or stud.. 

Campbell, James W., Paris, Tex. Rein-holder 

Campbell, Jeremiah, Newton, Mass. Automatic switch device _. __. 

Campbell, Jeremiah, Newton, Mass. Apparatus for handling coal or other material 

Campbell, Jeremiah, Newton, Mass. Lighter or barge for handling coal or other mate- 
rial - | 

Campbell, Jeremiah, Newton, Mass. Scraper for scraping coal or other material '. 

Campbell, Jesse G. (See Kimplen and Campbell.) 

Campbell, John, New York, N. Y. Hoof -pad __ 

Campbell, John, Matteawan, assignorof three-fourths to E. L. Tompkins, Fishkill Land- 
ing, N. Y. Manufacture of etched metal rules.- 

Campbell, Joseph H. (See Campbell, Charles H., assignor.) 

Campbell, Joseph H., New York, N. Y. Desiccated milk and making same 

Campbell, Joseph H., New York, N. Y. Food compound 

Campbell, Joseph H., New York, N. Y. Condensed milk and obtaining same 

Campbell, Joseph H., New York, N. Y., and C. H. Campbell, Philadelphia, Pa.; saidC. H. 

Campbell assignor to said Joseph H. Campbell. Desiccating milk. _ 

Campbell. Leon W., Woonsocket, R. I., assignor of one-half to M. Campbell, Boston, 

Mass. Top roll __ _ _ 

Campbell, Malcolm. (See Campbell, Leon W., assignor.) 

Campbell, Malcolm, Boston, Mass. Friction-clutch 

5 PAT 



686,259 
664,831 



680.223 
677,337 
688,068 
681,493 
680,122 

679,046 



683.020 
680,224 

667,647 
669,741 
673.240 
687,725 

667,675 

685,439 

685,440 

685,441 

685,442 
685,443 

667,969 
672,876 



671,755 

668,253 

670,927 
683,909 

666,492 

671,180 

677,636 
678,640 
675,879 
683,846 

682,601 
682.788 

684,494 

670,222 
675,812 
006.128 
674,730 
669,073 
670,339 
682,168 

683,246 



690,231 

679,599 

668,159 
668,160 

668,161 

668,162 
678,538 
686,923 



Nov. 12 
Jan. 1 



Aug. 13 
July 2 
Dec. 3 
Aug. 27 
Aug. 6 

July 23 



Sept. 24 
Aug. 13 

Feb. 5 
Mar. 12 
Apr. 30 
Dec. 3 

Feb. 12 

Oct. 29 

Oct. 29 

Oct. 29 

Oct. 29 
Oct. 29 

Feb. 12 
Apr. 23 



Apr. 9 

Feb. 19 

Apr. 2 

Oct. 8 



Jan. 22 

Apr. 2 

July 2 
July 16 
June 11 
Oct. 1 

Sept. 17 
Sept. 17 



Dec. 31 

July 30 

Feb. 19 
Feb. 19 

Feb. 19 

Feb. 19 
July 16 
Nov. 19 



1014 




937 

11 

700 

3357 

738 

3326 



2496 

938 

876 

1255 

4458 

33 



3736 
3767 

3772 

3776 

3780 



1471 
3762 



1645 
1995 



10 
900 



°173 

532 

548 

2536 

976 

762 

1707 
2063 



Oct. 


15 


1999 


Mar. 


19 


2198 


June 


4 


833 


Jan. 


15 


2437 


May 


21 


2501 


Mar. 


5 


17 


Mar. 


19 


2402 


Sept 


10 


936 


Sept 


24 


2876 


Nov. 


5 


921 



4818 

4446 

1800 
1807 

1808 

1814 
2302 



224 
2 



210 
3 
162 
745 
164 

743 



567 
211 

187 

298 

1030 

7 

201 

864 

864 

865 

866 

(866 

^867 

(868 



870 



326 

865 



379 



201 



734 
120 



131 



215 
167 



467 



(451 

1452 

510 

180 

564 

577 

4 

563 

210 

1660 

(661 

203 

1113 



405 



(405 
/406 

406 

519 

514 



96 
96 
'97 
96 
96 



96 

94 
94 
95 
97 

94 

97 

-97 



■97 



94 



96 
•96 



■97 

94 
95 
94 
95 
94 



97 

97 

96 

94 
94 

\ U 

94 

96 

97 



66 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



(See Johnston, Robert T 
(See Stonemetz, John H 
(See Wood, Henry A. W., as 



as- 



Campbell, Oliver M., Pittsburg, Pa. Locomotive 

Campbell, Oliver M., Pittsburg, Pa. Drip-pan. 

CampbellPrinting Press & Manufacturing Company. (See Bennett, Walter G., assignor.) 

Campbell Printing Press & Manufacturing Company. (See Huson, Winfield S., as- 
signor. ) 

Campbell Printing Press & Manufacturing Company, 
signor.) 

Campbell Printing Press & Manufacturing Company, 
signor.) 

Campbell Printing Press & Manufacturing Company, 
signor.) 

Campbell, Thomas B. (See Bee and Campbell.) 

Campbell, Victor E., Winnemucca, Nev. Automatic gas cut-off 

Campbell, William 0., Vashon, Wash. Draft-equalizer _ 

Campbell, William C, and F. M. Humphrey, Pendleton, Oreg. Freight-car, &c 

Campbell, William K., assignor to W. Campbell & Co., Cambridge, Mass. Fertilizer-drier 
Campbell, William M., et al. (See Pennock, Frederick G., assignor.) 

Campbell, Wilson D., Autreyville, Ga. Latch 

Canadian Camera and Optical Company. (See Gill, Albert P., assignor.) 

Canda, Ferdinand E. (See Smyser, Louis B., assignor.) 

Canda, Ferdinand E., New York, N. Y., and L. B. Smyser, Elizabeth, N. J.; said Smyser; 

assignor to said Canda. Motor-vehicle .'. _ \ 

Canedy, Albert E., Chicago Heights, 111. Driving-motor '. 

Canedy, Ernest E., North Adams, Mass. Work-rest for heel-trimming machines 

Canedy Otto Manufacturing Company. (See Backstrom, Martin, assignor.) 

Canfleld, Benton V., Indianapolis, Ind. Inflatable tire 

Canfleld, Charles H., Bath, N. Y. Chicken-coop 



671,159 
673,241 



Apr. 2 
Apr. 30 



476 
4459 



110 
1031 



95 
95 



Canfleld, Lewis T., Scranton, Pa. Flush drop-door for freight-cars. _ 

Canfleld Manufacturing Company. (See Higgins, Ross H., assignor.) 

Cannaday, Winfield S., Florence, Ala., assignor of one-third to A. B. Paxton, Alexandria, 

Ind. Vehicle-wheel ._. _ 

Cannady. George L. (See Butler, Ballance, and Cannady.) 

Canniff, Edgar, Winnipeg, Canada. Stubble-burning machine 



Canning, Alexander H., Toronto, Canada. Weighing-machine 

Cannon, Edward A., Kewaunee, Wis. Toy building-block .. _ 

Cannon, Edward W., Boston, Mass. Veterinary mouth-speculum 

Cannon, John T., et al. (See Cross, Marion S., assignor.) 

Cannon, Joseph M., assignor of one-half to S. H. Ramsey, Bowen, 111. Door-hinge 

Cannon, Joseph W., et al. (See Gary, Albert D., assignor.) 
Cannon, Le Grand B. (See Cross, Marion S., assignor.) 
Cannon, Le Grand B., et al. (See Cross, Marion S., assignor.) 

Cannon, Michael J., Boston, Mass. Self-setting animal-trap 

Cannon, Orin H., Decatur, 111. Adjustable window-shade and lace-curtain fixture 

Cannon, Thomas L., Belmond, Iowa. Feed attachment for printing-presses ___ 

Cannon, Warren B., Kalamazoo, Mich. Coupling device 

Canode, Benjamin F., Mount Morris, 111. Adding-machine ___ 

Cantey, James L. (See Delph and Cantey.) 

Cantlon, William, Paris, 111. Tube cutter and expander 

Canton Machine and Manufacturing Company. (See Schmeltzer, Samuel M., assignor.) 
Canton Steel Roofing Company. (See Belding and Schlabach, assignors.) 

Cantrell, George W., and W. J. Empey, Spokane, Wash. Railway-switch ___ 

Cantrell, Robert B., New York, N. Y. Angler's book ._ 

Cantrell, Thomas G., San Francisco, Cal. Capstan or windlass . _ . 

Cantrill, Henry A., Springfield, III. Scale-rack 



Cantwell, Edward J., New Boston, Mo. Horse hay-rake 

Cantwell, Edward J., New Boston, Mo. Hay-stacker _ 

Cantwell, Edward J. and O. B., New Boston, Mo. Hay or straw stacker 

Cantwell, Otis B. (See Cantwell, Edward J. and O. B.) 

Capel, Herbert C, deceased; H. G. Ogden, Jr., Washington, D. C, administrator, 
ing-gear 

Capel, Herbert C, deceased; H. G. Ogden, Jr. , Washington, D. C, administrator. Power- 
transmission gear 

Capel, Herbert C, deceased; H. G. Ogden, Jr., Washington, D. Coadministrator. Driv- 
' >belt . 



Steer- 



ing-! 



Capen, Thomas W., assignor to Gates Iron Works, Chicago, 111. Rock and ore pulver- 
izer _ _ -. 

Caperton, William B., et al. (See Chambers, Fred D., assignor.) 

Capewell, George J., Hartford, Conn. Metal-cutting shears -- 

Capewell, George J. , Hartford, Conn. Brake for high-speed-railway-car trucks 

Capewell, George J., Hartford, Conn. Railway-car truck __ _ - 

Capewell, George J., assignor to George J. Capewell, Jr., Hartford, Conn. Pin-retainer 

Caplan, August. (See Conn, Samuel, assignor.) 

Caples, Fred, Morgantown, W. Va. Cane . - 

Capps, Elijah, assignor of one-half to S. L. Swain, Adel, Iowa. Gate . 

Capps, Ferdinand L., Atlanta, 111. Fruit-tree sprayer - 

Capps, Frank L., Newark, N. J., assignor to American Graphophone Company, Wash- 
ington, D. C. Duplicate sound-record and forming same _ 

Capps, Frank L., Newark, N. J., assignor to American Graphophone Company. Manu- 
facturing celluloid records __ _ 

Capps, Frank L., and V. H. Emerson, Newark, N. J., assignors to American Grapho- 
phone Company, of West Virginia. Graphophone -- 

Capra. Alessandro, Philadelphia, Pa. Mecnanical piano 

Caramagna, Aristide. (See Arno and Caramagna. ) 

Carbaugh, Conrad A., Johnstown, Pa. Rail-joint 

Carbolite Construction Company. (See Davis, Augustine, assignor.) 

Carbone, Tito L., Berlin, Germany. Soldering apparatus 

Cardella, Alexander S., Kinmundy, 111. Thermal motor - 



667,186 
670,839 

666,734 

666,301 

685,969 

677,854 
690,360 
672,834 

676,733 
671,329 

669,722 

679,294 

671,010 

668,437 

668,976 
685,710 

686,025 



688,770 

678,159 

067,765 

685,970 
666,599 

684,190 



679,886 
667,676 
686,441 
682,169 

672,091 

672,092 
672,090 



669,654 
674,794 
675,838 
682,170 

678,474 

674,365 
677,016 
666,735 

688,157 
688,385 
668,007 

666,493 

689,536 

675,349 
675,149 

682,911 

673,554 
671,181 



Feb. 5 
Mar. 26 

Jan. 29 

Jan. 22 

Nov. 5 



July 9 
Dec. 31 
Apr. 23 

June 18 
Apr. 2 

Mar. 12 

July 30 

Apr. 2 

Feb. 19 

Feb. 26 
Oct. 29 

Nov. 5 



Dec. 10 

July 9 

Feb. 12 

Nov. 5 
Jan. 22 

Oct. 8 

Aug. 6 
Feb. 12 
Nov. 12 
Sept. 10 

Apr. 16 

Apr. 16 
Apr. 16 

Mar. 12 
May 21 
June 4 
Sept. 10 

July 16 

May 21 
June 25 
Jan. 29 

Dec. 3 
Dec. 10 
Feb. 12 

Jan. 22 

Dec. 24 

May 28 
May 28 

Sept. 17 

May 7 
Apr. 2 



20 
3295 

3626 

2769 



970 
5045 
3680 

2638 
843 

1204 

3835 

167 

2326 

3408 
4263 

577 



1996 

1567 

1100 

470 
3350 

1423 

325 
933 
1347 
938 

2267 

2268 
2265 

1077 

2592 

891 



2181 

1841 
3180 
3627 

872 
1286 
1529 

3176 

3444 

3594 
3264 

2294 

369 
535 



5 

777 
i 836 
1837 

642 

95 



1228 
(229 
1164 
(846 
| 847 

593 

1186 
]187 
J283 

}284 



859 



i 521 
1522 
760 
977 

119 



i 468 

I 469 

361 

I 239 

|240 

95 

777 

319 



202 
298 
211 
1522 
1523 
523 
522 



256 

599 

197 

211 

1491 

1492 

426 

714 

837 

197 
296 
341 

735 

807 

820 
742 

518 

88 
121 



94 
94 

j-94 

94 

97 



•95 

95 
■95 

•94 



96 

95 

-94 

94 
97 

97 



•97 

96 

94 

97 
94 

97 



96 
94 
97 
96 

-95 

95 
95 



94 
95 
95 
96 

-96 

95 
95 
94 

97 
97 
94 

94 

97 



95 
95 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



67 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



1 



Cardella, Alexander S., Kinmundy, 111. Hat-fastener 

Carden, John, Gardena, Cal. Currycomb 

Carder, John R., assignor of one-half to M. C. Chipps, Marion, Ohio. Ironing-board . 

Cardot, Charles A., Paris, France. Lock _ _. 

Cardwell, George A., New York, N. Y. Telephony _.. 



Cardwell, George A., assignor to J. E. Heimerdinger, trustee, New York, N. Y. Print-i 
ing-telegraph < 

Cardwell, James R., Chicago, 111. Brake-shoe 

Cardwell, Robert, Manchester, England. Reel-holder 

Carew, Patrick O, Gloucester, Mass. Picture-frame support 

Carey, Arthur M., Middlesbrough, England. Acetylene-gas generator 



Carey, Frank, assignor to H. L. Lewis, Syracuse, N. Y. Engine 

Carey, Frank C. (See Banning and Carey.) 

Carey, Patrick W. (See Dempsey, James T., assignor.) 

Carnart, Arlington B. (See Loy and Carhart.) 

Carichoff, Eugene R., assignor to Otis Elevator Company, East Orange, N. J. Control-! 
ling apparatus for elevators ; 

Carichoff, Eugene R., East Orange, N. J., assignor to Sprague Electric Company, New- 
York, N. Y. Electric resistance 

Caris, Frank L., Meadville, Pa. Carpenter's gage 

Carkin, Charles S., Keene, N. H. Hoof-pad 

Carl, Frederick, Washington, D. C. Inking-pad 



Carl, Frederick, Washington, D. C. Inking-pad _ 

Carleton, Cyrus, assignor to Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company, Providence, 

R. I. Hair-clipper ? 

Carleton Electric Company. (See Carleton, Henry G., assignor.) 

Carleton, George A., Jr., Edgewater. N. J. Feed-bag 

Carleton, Henry G., assignor to Carleton Electric Company, New York, N. Y. Electric 

signaling system _ _ 

Carleton, Monroe G., Grasslake, Mich. Book-mark _ __ 

Carleton, Roswell, Boston, assignor to C. F. Brown, trustee, Reading, Mass. Awl mech-) 

anism for shoe-sewing machines ) 

Carleton, William M., et al. (See Lane and Davenport, assignors.) 

Carley, Horace S., Hydepark, Mass. Knife 

Carlile-Kent, Susan H., et al. (See Moore, Edward L., assignor.) 

Carling, Albert G., Hackensack, N. J. Clothes- vringer 

Carlisle, George, Attleboro, Mass. Automatic "eed-water regulator 

Carlisle, James W., Algiers, Ind. Corn-harvester 

Carlisle, John A., assignor to Pedrick & Ayer Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Portable? 

pneumatic riveter \ 

Carliss, Thomas E., assignor to Monarch Brake Beam Company, Limited, Detroit, Mich. 

Making metallic brake-beams. 

Carliss, Thomas E., assignor to Monarch Brake Beam Company, Limited, Detroit, Mich. 

Apparatus for making metallic brake-beams 

Carlsen, Andrew M.. St. Paul, Minn. Animal-trap 

Carlsen, Soren, Denver, Colo. Shoemaker's jack _ _ 

Carlson, Adolph G., Chicago, 111. Car-fender 

Controlling device for electric motors 



Controlling device for electric motors . 
Brake for vehicles 



Carlson, Adolph G., Chicago, 111. 

Carlson, Adolph G., Chicago, 111. 

Carlson, Adolph G., Chicago, 111. 

Carlson, Carl A., Chicago, 111. Chair 

Carlson, Charles F. (See Quackenbush and Carlson.) 

Carlson, Charles O., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor, by mesne assignments, to International; 
Gas Engine Company, of New Jersey. Friction-clutch 5 

Carlson, Edwin, Minneapolis, Minn. Combination-square ._ 

Carlson, Emanuel, assignor of one-half to J. Kahn, Los Angeles, Cal. Printing-press 

Carlson, Frank F. (See Larsen, Adolph B., assignor.) 

Carlson. Gabriel, assignor to Confectioners' Machinery & Manufacturing Company, 
Springfield, Mass. Ratchet device . - __ .__ 

Carlson, Gabriel, assignor to Confectioners' Machinery and Manufacturing Company,? 
Springfield, Mass. Starch-printer __ _ 5 

Carlson, John, Brooklyn, N. Y. Clutch. 

Carlson, John, and B. J. Malmfelt. Brooklyn, N. Y. Split gear-wheel.. 

Carlson, John A., Stromsburg, Nebr. Pump-plunger __ __ 

Carlson, Victor, Chicago, assignor of one-half to G. W. Rodorner, Norwood Park, 111. 
Combined dust-receptacle and broom-holder 

Carlton, Harvey B. (See Robertson, John A., assignor.) 

Carlton, Harvey B., and C. E. Hutchings, assignors to Rochester Optical and Camera? 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Extension-bed for photographic cameras 5 

Carlton, Harvey B., and J. Goddard, Rochester, N. Y.; said Goddard assignor to said 
Carlton. Photographic camera _ __ 

Carlton, Howard, et al. (See Conway, William M., assignor.) 

Carlton Manufacturing Company. (See Roegner, George, assignor.) 

Oarmack, John W., Dyersbu^g, Tenn. Rack and pinion _ 

Oarmical, Oliver L., Newnan, Ga. Seeding-machine and fertilizer-distributer 

Carmichael, Henry, Maiden, Mass. Tanning hides or skins 

Carmichael, Henry, Maiden, Mass., assignor to Carmichael Reduction Company, Port- 
land, Me. Apparatus for roasting ores _ _. _ 

Carmichael, Henry, Maiden, Mass., assignor to Carmichael Reduction Company, Port- 
land, Me. Roasting ores 

Carmichael Reduction Company. (See Carmichael, Henry, assignor.) 

Carmody, Jonn T., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Hand-punch _ 

Carmody, Patrick E., Ansonia, Conn. Mechanism for removing snow from railways,? 
highways, &c __\ 

Carmon, Nelson F. (See Grover, Bradley E., assignor.) 

Carnahan, Cyrus M., Allegheny, Pa. Car-truck 

Dumping-car _ 



671,182 
665,172 
667,164 
671,064 
6S8,293 

673,315 

668,624 
666,182 
678,221 
678,375 

684,745 



677,891 

684,791 
673,677 
682,789 
669,071 

672,120 

679,944 

678,641 

678,475 
670,766 

678,539 

686,712 

675,813 
685,971 
681,777 

675,880 



671,536 

671,537 
674,551 
668,139 
668,977 

668,978 

668,979 
670,948 
678,376 

669,681 

675,464 
679,453 



Carnahan, Cyrus M., Allegheny, Pa. 

Carnahan, Cyrus M., Allegheny, Pa. 
Carnahan, Cyrus M., Allegheny, Pa. 

Carnahan, Cyrus M., Allegheny, Pa. 



Apr. 2 
Jan. 1 
Jan. 29 
Apr. 2 
Dec. 10 

Apr. 30 

Feb. 26 
Jan. 15 
July 9 
July 16 

Oct. 15 



July 9 

Oct. 22 

May 7 



Railway draft-rigging . 
Girder construction ... 



Mar. 5 


Apr. 16 


Aug. 6 


July 16 


July 16 
Mar. 26 


July 16 


Nov. 19 


June 4 
Nov. 5 
Sept. 3 


June 11 


Apr. 9 


Apr. 9 
May 21 

Feb. 12 
Feb. 26 


Feb. 26 


Feb. 26 
Apr. 2 
July 16 


Mar. 12 


June 4 
July 30 


Mar. 19 


July 30 


Feb. 26 
Mar. 5 
Jan. 8 


May 28 


Sept. 3 


Dec. 24 


Apr. 9 
Mar. 26 
Dec. 10 


June 18 


June 18 


Mar. 5 


July 16 


Jan. 22 


Feb. 19 


Feb. 19 
Mar. 19 


June 18 



536 

666 
4179 

262 
1125 

4588 

2681 
2521 
1679 
1991 

2460 



1046 

2555 

588 

2066 

18 

2315 

434 

2537 

2182 
3164 

2303 
1871 



472 
239 

978 



1230 

1232 
2187 
1761 
3409 

3411 

3416 



1116 

189 
4156 



2481 

4354 

2785 

263 

1318 

3062 
701 



1327 
2745 
1126 

2041 

2044 

294 

2659 



1820 

2051 
2344 

2256 



121 

148 

1026 

61 

259 

(1062 

■11)03 

H064 

' 601 

586 

386 

454 

1559 

)560 



i 245 
| 246 

584 
138 
468 
4 
i 534 
53.") 



568 

492 

744 

(519 

152U 

415 

180 

95 

46 

(215 

(216 

282 

282 

505 

395 

761 

(761 

/762 

762 

10 

454 

(264 

"l 205 

43 

933 



579 

977 
978 
622 
58 



151 
152 



307 
643 
259 

454 

454 

67 
599 
600 



(406 
I 407 
454 
546 
(501 
1502 



95 
94 
94 
95 
97 

-95 

94 
94 



^96 

97 
95 
96 
94 

[■95 



94 



97 



95 

95 
95 
94 
94 



•94 

95 
96 



94 



113 
134 
968 
55 

2096 

1011 

1587 
545 
362 
439 

530 



239 

567 

1169 
2312 
1796 

506 

1128 

551 

478 
2487 

505 

1384 

2024 
1054 
1913 

2071 



275 

275 

1527 
1360 
1735 

1735 

1736 

10 

439 



2038 

1898 
918 



2331 

958 

1611 
1845 
279 

1721 
2003 
2706 



293 
2402 
2097 

2305 

2305 

1851 
575 

627 

1396 

1441 
2304 

2347 



68 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED PROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Carnahan, Cyrus M., Allegheny, Pa. Bolster _ _ 

Carnahan, Cyrus M., Allegheny, assignor to National Rolled Steel Car Company, Pitts- 
burg, Pa. Equalizing draft-gear _ 

Camay, William B., Ballston Spa, N. Y. Shipping-refrigerator 

Camay, William B., L. and C. Schwarz, Ballston Spa, N. Y. Frost-guard for refriger- 
ator-buildings _ _ 

Carnegie, James, Passaic, assignor of five-sixths to W. J. Kennedy, H. Brinkman, J. B. 
Morse, J. Thomson, and W. Heavey, Jersey City, N. J. Detaching device for life- 
boats _ __ 

Carnelius, Bert, Orville, Ohio. Stone-scabbling machine 

Carnes, James W., assignor of one-half to H. W. Dauchey, Waynesburg, Ohio. Valley 
for roofs 

Carney, Charles J., and J. C. Gorton, Dunkirk, N. Y. Riveting-machine 

Carney, Frank E., Denver, Colo. Game apparatus 

Carney, Patrick H., and R. G. Henderson, Pawtucket, R. I. Thermostatic draft-regu- 
lator _ _ _ 

Carney, Perley W., Portsmouth, Va. Extensible axle 

Carney, Thomas, Dayton, Ohio. Grain-drill 

Carney, Thomas, Dayton, Ohio. Shock-loader.. 

Carney, Thomas, Dayton, Ohio. Grain-drill or seeder 

Carney, Thomas, Dayton, Ohio. Windmill 

Carney, Thomas, Dayton, Ohio, assignor to National Cash Register Company, Jersey 
City, N. J. Cash-register. __ 

Carney, Thomas, Dayton, Ohio, assignor, by mesne assignments, to National Cash Reg- 
ister Company, Jersey City, N. J. Cash-register 

Carney, Thomas, Dayton, Ohio, assignor to National Cash Register Company, Jersey 
City, N. J. Brake mechanism 

Cams, Theodore F., East Berlin, Conn. Producing wrought-metal wrench-jaws. 

Carolin, James B., Newark, N. J. Burnishing-machine 

Carolus, William B. (SeeHoak, Abijah, assignor.) 

Caron, Albert, Haus Ellenbach, Germany, assignor to Farbenfabriken of Elberfeld Co., 
of New York. Culture of bacteria 

Caron, Albert, Haus Ellenbach, Germany, assignor to Farbenfabriken of Elberfeld Co., 
of New York. Fertilizing agricultural crops 

Carothers, James C, and N. E. Morris, Jr., Franklin, Tenn. Straw-stacker and chaff- 
separator -. _ 

Carpenter, Chalmer, Swissvale, Pa. Switch-throwing device _• 

Carpenter, Chalmer, Swissvale, Pa. Switch-throwing device 

Carpenter, Charles W., et al. (See Crowell, Luther C., assignor.) 

Carpenter, Charles W., et al. (See North, Thomas M., assignor.) 

Carpenter, Charles W., et al. (See Raabe, Otto L., assignor.) 

Carpenter, Charles W., et al. (See Read, George F., assignor.) 

Carpenter, Charles W., et al. (See Spalckhaver, William, assignor.) 

Carpenter, Edwin P., et al. (See Marshall, John J., assignor.) 

Carpenter, Edwin P., Pawtucket, R. I. Electromagnetic brake 

Carpenter, Frank B. (See Matthias, Joseph, assignor.) 

Carpenter, Franklin R., Denver, Colo. Treating ores 

Carpenter, Henry, Edmond, Okla. Ter. Draft-equalizer 

Carpenter, James C, and J. Mcllvain, Council Grove, Kans. Cultivator for listed corn . 

Carpenter, Jesse, Muncie, assignor of one-half to D. Smith, Eton, Ind. Dipper-handle .. 

Carpenter, John D. (See Baulieu, William J., assignor. ) 

Carpenter, Lewis A., Revere, assignor to F. W. Morse, Boston, Mass. Adjuster for in- 
candescent electric lamps __ 

Carpenter, Lewis G., and M. Sproul, Wright, Iowa. End-gate for wagons 

Carpenter, Oscar M. (See Jacobs, Charles C, assignor.) 

Carpenter, Thomas E., Providence, R. I. Cigar-machine 

Carpenter, Thomas E., Providence, R. I. Universal joint 

Carpenter, Thomas E., Providence, R. I. Angular shaft-coupling 

Carpenter, Thomas E., Providence, R. I. Attachment for cigar-machines 

Carpenter, Thomas E., Providence, R. I. Attachment for cigar-machines 

Carpenter, Thomas E., Providence, R. I. Angular shaft-coupling 

Carpenter, Thomas E., Providence, R. I. Interchangeable roller for cigar-machines 

Carpenter, William D. (See Just, John A., assignor.) 

Carper, Lonega. (See Grim, Edward H, assignor.) 

Carr, Andrew R., Baltimore, Md. Axle-lubricator __ 

Carr, Caroline, Sunderland, England. Bottle-closure 

Carr, Caroline, Higate, London, England. Apparatus for closing bottles or jars 

Carr, David M., Rochester, N. Y. Cord-adjuster for electrical conductor-cords 

Carr, Delbert C, Rochester, N. Y. Air-brake hose-splicer 

Carr, Emory M., Newcastle, Ind. Engine-governor ._ 

Carr, Emory M., Newcastle, Ind. Steam-pump governor 

Carr, Frederick J. (See Hylard, John, assignor.) 

Carr, Howard, assignor to San Francisco Arms Company, San Francisco, Cal. Magazine- ) 
gun - - - v- - - 5 

Carr, James. (See Carr, William, assignor.) 

Carr, James A., and S. H. Jones, assignors to Hoosier Drill Company, Richmond, Ind. 

Grain-drill _ 

Carr, James L., Indianapolis, Ind. Book or paper holder __ _ _ 

Carr, John F., St. Louis, Mo. Horse breaker and starting machine 

Carr, Julian S. (See Hogan, George L., assignor.) 

Carr, Mahlon M., Fostoria, Ohio. Torch _ __ 

Carr, Mahlon M., Fostoria, Ohio. Railway-torpedo _ - 

Carr, Rufus B., Boston, Mass. Gun-cleaner _ 

Carr, Thomas J. (See Dickinson, Dwight M., assignor.) 
Carr, Walter C. (See Webber, William O., assignor.) 

Carr, William, assignor of one-half to J. Carr, New Haven, Conn. Shaft-coupling 

Carraway, Charles W., Marco, Fla. Plow 

Carrell, Wilber A., West Homestead, assignor of one-half to J. 0. Horning, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Electric resistance 



No. 



682,318 

665.382 
668,304 

679,526 



060,000 
672,258 

678,995 
681,873 
678,824 

676,459 
668,091 

681,037 
686,802 
689,634 
689,635 

671,950 

683,877 

688,386 
685,256 
670,703 

679,600 

679,601 

689,793 
687,123 
687,493 



665,404 

678,457 
678,717 
666,494 

680,026 



670,949 

684,907 

665,173 
665,174 
665,175 
665,176 
665,177 
686,027 
688,158 



686,588 
671,011 
688,226 
679,829 
684,495 
677,855 
677,940 



681,439 



666,895 
683,724 
674,162 

688,929 
688,930 
667,060 



667,424 
689,636 

684,628 



Date. 



Sept 10 

Jan. 1 
Feb. 19 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



1212 



1024 
2004 



July 


30 


4312 


Jan. 
Apr. 


22 
16 


3351 
2579 


July 


23 


3211 


Sept 


3 


405 


July 


16 


2846 


June 18 
Feb. 12 


2123 
1672 


Aug. 


20 


2493 


Nov. 


19 


2075 


Dec. 


24 


3616 


Dec. 


24 


3620 


Apr. 


16 


2020 


Oct. 


1 


836 


Dec. 


10 


1287 


Oct. 


29 


3412 


Mar. 


26 


3062 


July 


30 


4448 


July 


30 


4449 


Dec. 

Nov. 
Nov. 


24 
19 
26 


3943 

2096 
3427 


Jan. 


8 


1074 


July 
July 
Jan. 

Nov. 


16 
16 

22 
5 


2150 

2662 

3179 

578 


Apr. 
Oct. 


2 
22 


45 
2770 


Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Nov. 
Dec. 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
5 
3 


667 
670 
671 
672 
674 
579 
873 


Nov. 
Apr. 
Dec. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
July 
July 


12 
2 
3 
6 

15 
9 
9 


1622 
169 
983 
212 

2003 
973 

1162 


Aug. 


27 


3238 


Jan. 
Oct. 

May 


29 

1 

14 


3957 
549 
1452 


Dec. 
Dec. 
Jan. 


17 

i; 

29 


2329 
2330 
4273 


Feb. 
Dec. 


5 

24 


508 
3622 


Oct. 


15 


2256 



w> 



275 

'238 
462 



778 
595 

719 
I 81 
1 82 

642 

472 
375 

(552 
| 553 
1460 
"(461 
(848 
'I 849 
(849 
1850 

465 

184 

296 

1786 

"(787 

718 



918 
592 
752 



24'.) 



600 
735 
119 



10 



149 
149 
149 
149 
150 
120 
197 



362 
39 
227 
45 
452 
229 
267 

719 

720 
721 



9(19 
121 
337 



102 



510 



96 



94 
94 



96 



94 
95 

96 

1-96 
'96 

95 
94 

J- 96 

1 97 

r 97 

^97 



97 

97 

J- 97 

94 



96 

96 

97 
97 
97 



96 



94 
97 



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97 

94 
94 
94 
94 
94 
97 
97 



•96 



94 
97 
95 

97 
97 
94 



94 
97 



97 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



69 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Carrick, Charles C. (See Henry and Carrick.) 

Carrick, William. Boston, Mass. AVatchmaker's oil-cup _ 

Carrico, Joseph M., Washington, D. C. Ventilator 

Carrier, Lyman, Joliet, 111. Railway-gate _ 

Carrington, Maxwell, assignor to A. J. Bates,Webster, Mass. Confectioner's folding box. 

Carroll, Charles, Chicago, 111. Dumping-wagon 

Carroll, Charles J. (See Steinbach, George P., assignor.) 

Carroll, Charles J., et al. (See Hazelip, Joseph N., assignor.) 

Carroll, Daniel J. (See Williams, John R., assignor.) 

Carroll, Fred A., assignor of one-half to H. B. Turner, Penn Yan, N. Y. Switch-operat-( 

ing mechanism 5 

Carroll, James E., London, England. Distillation .._ _ 

Carroll, James J., Buffalo, N. Y. Garbage-receptacle . 

Carroll, John J., assignor to National Malleable Castings Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Rammer 

Carroll, Samuel C, Dallas, Tex. Flushing-tank for water-closets, &c 

Carroll, Samuel C, Dallas, Tex. Drainage apparatus 

Carroll, Thomas, Dayton, Ohio, assignor to National Cash Register Company, Jersey) 

City, N. J. Cash-register s 

Carroll, Thomas, Dayton, Ohio, assignor, by mesne assignments, to National Cash Reg-( 

ister Company, Jersey City, N. J. Cash-register 5 

CarrolL, William. (See Ellicott and Carroll. ) 

Carroll, Wilson J.. Cripplecreek, Colo. Trunk 

Carruth, James M. (See Harris and Carruth.) 

Carruthers, John, and E. J. Fithian, Grove City, Pa. Clutch __ 

Carruthers, John, and E. J. Fithian, Grove City, Pa. Clutch 

Carruthers, John, and E. J. Fithian, Grove City, Pa. Clutch.. 

Carryl, Henry D., New York, N. Y. Brush 

Carryl, Henry D., New York, assignor to J. R. Hay, Nutley, N. Y. Ladder 

Carse, David B. (See Armstrong, Charles G., assignor.) 

Carslaw, John W. D., Chicago, 111. Tire for vehicle- wheels _ 

Carslaw, John W. D., Chicago, 111., assignor to Union Tire and Rubber Company. Vehi- 
cle-tire _ _ 

Carson, Albert A., Bluff ton, Ind. Frictional driving mechanism 

Carson, Edgar F., South Bend, Ind. Game-board 

Carson, Edgar F., South Bend, Ind. Game-board 

Carson, George C, Castella, assignor of one-half to H. W. Brooks, Kendon, Cal. Desul- 
furizing copper matte. 

Carson, John W., Sangerville, Va. Gate 

Carson, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Hoisting and dumping bucket 

Carson. Lauris L.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to Federal Appliance and Manufac-i 
turiug Company, Pittsburg, Pa. Printing-press. (Reissue) ) 

Carson, William R., et al. (See Jenkins, William S., assignor.) 

Carstens, Alexander, Leadville, Colo. Machine for sharpening or shaping drills 

Carstens, Alexander, and J. H. Henley, Leadville, Colo. Safety apparatus for setting 
cage-chairs in mining-shafts 

Carswell, James W., and S. Trotter, Chatham, Canada. Apparatus for drying peat 

Carter, Alfred E. (See Carter, Charles M., assignor.) 

Carter, Charles M., Cuming City, assignor of one-half to A. E. Carter, Blair, Nebr. Lis- 
ter-plow _ 

Qarter, Charles W., Rome, Iowa. Wireworking-tool __ 

Carter-Crume Co. (See Feister, Henry P., assignor.) 

Carter-Crume Company. (See McDowell, Bengough, and Comes, assignors.) 

Carter, Curtis C, Jacksonville, 111. Wire-fence machine 

Carter, Frank L., Dorsey, Md. Hydrocarbon-burner 

Carter, George A., Pittsburg, Pa. Emergency street-car brake _ _. 

Carter, George F. , Corsicana, Tex. Oil-purifier 

Carter, George Y., Arlington, N. J. Compound rule attachment.. _. 

Carter, Henry W., assignor to American Enamel Company, Providence, R. i. Auto-i 
matic turning-lathe ._. __ _ _.( 

Carter, Jesse B., Bluffs, 111. Check-row corn-planter 

Carter, JohnR., assignor to E. H. Huenefeld, Cincinnati, Ohio. Hinge '.'. 

Carter, John R., Augusta, Ky., assignor to E. H. Huenefeld, Cincinnati, Ohio. Hinge 

Carter, John R., Augusta, Ky., assignor to E. H. Huenefeld, Cincinnati, Ohio. Pitman . 

Carter, John R., Augusta, Ky., assignor to E. H. Huenefeld, Cincinnati, Ohio. Washing- 
machine _ 

Carter, John R., Augusta, Ky., assignor to E. H. Huenefeld, Cincinnati, Ohio. Grate - 

Carter, John R., Augusta, Ky., assignor to E. H. Huenefeld, Cincinnati, Ohio. Reduc- 
ing stovepipe-joint 

Carter, John R., Augusta, Ky., and J. E. Hausfeld, assignors to E. H. Huenefeld, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. Stove-door _ _ _ 

Carter, John R., Augusta, Ky., and J. E. Hausfeld, assignors to E. H. Huenef eld" Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. Stove-shelf __ 

Carter, John R., Augusta, Ky., and J. E. Hausfeld, assignors to E. H. Huenef eld, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. Warming-oven _ 

Carter, John R., Augusta, Ky., and J. E. Hausfeld, assignors to E. H. Huenefeld, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. Stove-door and frame therefor 

Carter, John R., Augusta, Ky., and J. E. Hausfeld, assignors to E. H. Huenefeld, Cin- 
cinnati , Ohio. Hinge _ 

Carter, John W. (See Wise, Edgar H., assignor.) 

Carter, Joseph, Canonsburg, Pa. DrafHiook 

Carter, Lincoln J., Chicago, 111. Stage appliance for theaters ."".". 

Carter, Llewellyn D.. Wauseon. Ohio. Gold-separator ■ 

Carter, Marguerite H., and T. W. G. Cook, New York, N. Y.; said Cook assignor tosaid 
Carter. Device for retaining shirt-waists and dresses in relative positions 

Carter, Martin J., St. Louis, Mo. Car-coupling 

Carter, Rice and Company Corporation. (See Jenkins, Charles D., assignor") 

Carter, Rice & Company. (See Crowell, Charles H., assignor.) 

Carter, Richard F., Niagara, Canada. Acetylene-gas generator 

Carter, Robert A., Pittsburg, Pa. Puddling mechanism 

Carter. Roy F., and R. W. Zierlein, St. Louis, Mo. Carbureter . .. 



No. 


Date. 


Monthly 
volume. 


Official 

Gazette. 


d 

a 


6i 


"3 
> 




675,851 
665,507 


June 4 
Jan. 8 


912 
1319 


200 

304 


95 
94 


2038 
279 


679,496 


July 30 


4254 


j 957 
1958 


[■96 


937 


077,017 
674,959 


June 25 
May 28 


3181 
2889 


714 
665 


'95 
95 


2550 
1687 


680,020 


Aug. 6 


563 


(121 
"i 132 


i-96 


1155 


666,242 
667.497 


Jan. 15 
Feb. 5 


2644 
639 


612 
129 


94 
94 


569 

1117 


684,396 
665,825 
665,826 


Oct. 8 
Jan. 8 
Jan. 8 


1840 
1884 
1886 


406 
437 
438 


97 

94 
94 


390 
396 
396 


675,126 


May 28 


3222 


J 732 
|733 


[•95 


1752 


688,502 


Dec. 10 


1515 


1352 
1353 


[97 


2175 


674,075 


May. 14 


1299 


301 


95 


1331 


682,126 
682,127 
682,128 
680,427 


Sept. 3 
Sept. 3 
Sept. 3 
Aug. 13 


856 

857 
858 
1299 


192 
192 
193 
285 


96 
96 
96 
96 


2035 
2035 
2035 
1318 


680,428 


Aug. 13 


1300 


j 285 
(286 


[96 


1318 


671,103 


Apr. 2 


337 


82 


95 


70 


689,852 
670,535 
677,938 
677,939 


Dec. 31 
Mar. 26 
July 9 
July 9 


4073 
2746 
1160 
1161 


945 

644 
267 
267 


97 
94 
96 
96 


2752 

2402 

260 

260 


668,952 
666,376 
665,061 


Feb. 26 
Jan. 22 
Jan. 1 


3367 
2925 
433 


749 

676 
, 98 


94 
94 
94 


1726 
639 
88 


11,881 


Jan. 8 


1962 


(454 
(455 


[94 


412 


667,187 


Feb. 5 


23 


5,0 


94 


995 


677,437 


July 2 


188 


46 


96 


42 


688,014 


Dec. 3 


583 


j 137 
(138 


[97 


1957 


667,648 
672,474 


Feb. 5 
Apr. 23 


878 
2994 


187 
695 


94 
95 


1165 
655 


077,757 


July 2 


768 


(184 
1185 


[96 


162 


667,165 
665,875 
680,639 
683,247 


Jan. 29 
Jan. 15 
Aug. 13 
Sept. 24 


4480 
2008 
1672 
2886 


1026 
466 
370 
662 


94 

94 

96 

► 96 


969 
446 
1394 
2499 


676,123 


June 11 


1447 


( 324 
|325 


[95 


2167 


674,233 
673,380 
674,454 
675,716 


May 14 
May 7 
May 21 
June 4 


1577 

19 

2006 

658 


366 

4 

464 

136 


95 
95 
95 
95 


1386 
1058 
1490 
1992 


683,553 
685,099 


Oct. 1 
Oct. 22 


230 
3129 


52 

718 


97 
97 


50 
683 


687,556 


Nov. 26 


3561 


782 


97 


1752 


674,453 


May 21 


2004 


464 


95 


1490 


675,714 


June 4 


655 


136 


95 


1991 


675,715 


June 4 


656 


136 


95 


1991 


679,830 


Aug. C 


213 


45 


96 


1085 


686,384 


Nov. 12 


1231 


272 


97 


1232 


669,382 
688,387 
676,419 


Mar. 5 
Dec. 10 
June 18 


564 

1289 
2047 


130 
297 
455 


94 
97 
95 


1909 
2130 
2306 


674,195 
673,898 


May 14 
May 14 


1574 
977 


351 

228 


95 
95 


1374 
1266 


689,163 
665,876 
669,157 


Dec. 17 
Jan. 15 
Mar. 5 


2751 

2009 

157 


638 

467 

36 


97 
.94 
94 


2447 
446 
1822 



70 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Carter, Roy F., and R. W. Zierlein, assignors to Home Comfort Gas Machine Company, 
St. Louis, Mo. Carbureter 

Carter, Warren N., assignor to American Laundry Machinery Company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Washing-machine 



Carter, William L. B., assignor of one-half to E. P. Romines, Corinth, Miss. Hay-press 

Carter's Ink Company. (See Gordon, Charles B., assignor.) 

Carter's Ink Company. (See Raymond, Freeborn F., 2d, assignor.) 

Carthage Machine Company. (See Unser, John, assignor.) 

Carton Daniels Company. (See Thomas, Albert D., assignor.) 

Cartter, Richard W., West Springfield, Mass. Sterilizer 

Cartwright, Charles P. (See Elwell, James A., assignor.) 

Cartwright, Harry D. (See Bader and Cartwright.) 

Cartwright, William H., Blakeley, Minn. Educational appliance 

Cartwright, William H., Blakeley, Minn. Educational appliance 

Cartwright, William J., assignor to Union Paper Company, New York, N. Y. Cut-off 
mechanism for paper-tube machines, &c 

Carver and Swift Stamping Press and Manufacturing Company. (See Hewston, How- 
ard S., assignor.) 

Carver, Charles B. , Elk Rapids, Mich. Measuring-machine 



Carver, George A. (See Haines, John H. J., assignor.) 

Carver, Jacob H., New York, N. Y. Paper-weight and chart-case 

Carver, Jacob H. , New York, N. Y. Combined chart-case and paper-weight . _ 

Carver, James W., Auburn, Me., assignor to Boston Display Rack Company, of New 

Hampshire. Sample-display rack 

Cary, George W., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to himself, and G. L. Vattier, Covington, 

Ky. Boiler-furnace ._ 

Cary, George W., assignor of nine-tenths to J. V. Thuot, J. B. Dion, J. B. Gregoire, U. E. 

Collette, C. Chrochier, D. H. Gauthier, J. Poisson, II. Collette, and G. Poisson, New 

Bedford, Mass. Motor-vehicle 

Cary, Henry B. , assignor to F. W. Braun, Los Angeles, Cal. Gasolene-burner 

Cary, James H., Providence, R. I., assignor to Cary Universal Engine Stop Company. 

Engine stop mechanism 

Cary, Lewis C, assignor of two-thirds to J. Caldwell, El Paso, and C. A. Rasbury, Dallas, 

Tex. Car-coupling. (Reissue) 

Cary Universal Engine Stop Company. (See Cary, James H., assignor.) 

Casaday, William L., South Bend, Ind. Boiler-tube cleaner and driving mechanism 

therefor -._ .-. 

Casanova, Charles, Paris, France. Advertisement-pillar. 

Casassar, William L., Beaverfalls, Pa. Rail-joint 

Cascade Cerial Company. (See Berry, John W., assignor.) 

Cascaden, Thomas, Jr., Waterloo, Iowa. Grinding-rmll 

Cascaden, Thomas, Jr., assignor to Davis Gasoline Engine Works Company, Waterloo, 

Iowa. Steam-generator _ 

Case, Alfred W., Highland Park, Conn. Apparatus for making leather-board 

Case, Alfred W., Highland Park, Conn. Fluid-conveyer 

Case, Alfred W., Highland Park, Conn. Beating-engine. 

Case, Arthur L., Plainfleld, N. J. Bed-and cylinder printing-press 

Case, Charles H., Highland Park, and J. Gray, Manchester, Conn.; said Gray assignor 

to said Case. Machine for making paper or the like 

Case, Frank E. (See Potter and Case.) 

Case, Frank E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of New, 

York. Rheostat ; 

Case, Frank E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of New 

York. System of motor control 

Case, Frank E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of New 

York. Electric brake 

Case, Frank E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company. System of 

electric circuits _ 

Case, Frank E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company. System of 

train control 

Case, Henry J., Owasco, assignor to Adriance, Piatt & Company, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Stretching device for grain-harvester aprons 

Case, Henry J., Owasco, assignor to Adriance, Piatt and Company, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Stretching device for harvester-aprons 

Case, Luther, and H. J. Schuldt, assignors to P. W. Herzog, St. Paul, Minn. Fender foi- 
st reet-cars 

Case, Ora E. (See Lord, Charles W., assignor.) 

Case, Wil lard E., Scipio, N. Y. Valve _. 

Case, William, Chicago, 111., assignor to National Malleable Castings Company, Cleveland,! 

Ohio. Spring-rigging for cars J 

Case, Wilmer S., Haywards, Cal. Can-heading machine 

Case, Wilmer S., Haywards, Cal. Can-soldering apparatus 



Case, Wilmer S., Haywards, Cal. Can-testing machine 

Casebolt, Joseph B., Mount Sterling, Wis. School-seat - 

Casebolt, Joseph B., Mount Sterling, Wis. Shingling-bracket 

Casebolt, Joseph B., assignor of one-half to O. A. Sherwood, Mount Sterling, Wis. School- 
desk _ 

Casein Company of America. (See Hall, William A., assignor.) 

Casella, Louis M., London, England. Printing-telegraph instrument 

Casella, Louis M., London, England. Printing-telegraph instrument 

Casey, James F., Chattanooga, Tenn. Grate 

Casey, John W., Sistersville, W. Va. Feed-water heater 

Casey, Michael E., Mansfield, Ohio. Adjustable swinging manhole-plate 

Casgrain, Louis A., Winchester, assignor to United Shoe Machinery Company, Boston, 

Mass. Boot or shoe 

Casgrain, Louis A., Winchester, assignor to United Shoe Machinery Company, Boston,! 

Mass. Machine for inserting metallic fastenings '. 

Casgrain, Louis A., Winchester, assignor to United Shoe Machinery Company, Boston, 

Mass. Metallic fastening 

Casgrain, Louis A., Winchester, assignor to United Shoe Machinery Company, Boston, 

Mass. Making metallic fastenings 



No. 



088,931 

672,259 
674,836 



682,171 

677,952 
688,388 
684,539 

680,640 

668,870 
669,682 

678.356 

676,734 

688,591 
665,670 

686,668 
11,936 



679,723 
668,749 
681,038 

669,060 

665,062 
665,068 

673,595 
690,097 
668,347 

667,902 

677,941 

678,861 
679,362 

687,124 

687,195 

666,466 
669,232 



665,595 

673,614 

668,305 
675,507 

683,679 

673,334 
674,756 

673,335 



666,861 

673,381 
685.444 
675,553 

677,637 

669,022 
669,024 

669,025 



Date. 



Dec. 17 

Apr. 16 

May 21 



Sept. 10 



July 9 
Dec. 10 

Oct. 15 



Aug. 13 

Feb. 26 
Mar. 12 

July 16 

June 18 



Dec. 10 
Jan. 8 



Nov. 12 
Oct. 15 



Aug. 6 
Feb. 26 
Aug. 20 

Feb. 26 

Jan. 1 
Jan. 1 
May 7 
Dec. 31 
Feb. 19 

Feb. 12 



July 9 

July 23 
July 30 

Nov. 19 

Nov. 26 

Jan. 22 

Mar. 5 

Jan. 29 

Jan. 8 

May 7 

Feb. 19 
June 4 

Oct. 1 

Apr. 30 
May 21 

Apr. 30 

Jan. 29 

May 7 
Oct. 29 
June 4 
July 2 

Feb. 26 
Feb. 26 

Feb. 26 



669,02G I Feb. 26 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



2331 

2581 
2680 



941 



1181 
1291 

2070 



1674 



3191 
1118 



1951 
2641 



1693 
1608 



1791 
2511 



11 
2953 
2499 

3574 

434 

436 

452 

4571 

2170 

1359 

1163 

2937 
8978 

2697 

2860 

3098 

295 

3629 

1477 

483 

2095 
270 

458 

4632 
2541 

4634 



3894 

20 

3782 
353 
549 

3479 
3503 

3506 
3508 



538 

595 

i 614 
1615 



272 
297 

J 467 

1 4l 



I 370 
| 371 

713 
265 

447 

593 

399 



i 571 

1572 



3.4 
657 
554 

796 



99 
105 
1054 
485 

298 

(267 



661 

(889 
1 890 
| 592 
1 593 
) 625 
)626 

717 

67 

837 



(112 
1113 

463 

58 

( 103 

1104 

1072 

587 
$1072 
11073 

(894 

1 895 

4 

870 

76 

131 

777 
(780 
1781 

781 

781 



-95 



96 



97 
1-97 



r 96 

94 
94 

96 

95 

97 
94 

97 
•97 



94 
96 

94 

94 
94 
95 
97 
94 

94 

[■96 

< 

h 

j-97 
j-97 

94 

94 

94 

94 

j-95 

94 
95 

[97 

95 
95 



-94 

95 
97 
95 
96 

94 
• 94 

94 
94 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



71 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 



Casgrain, Louis A., Winchester, Mass., assignor, by mesne assignments, to United Shoe) 
Machinery Company, of New Jersey. Machine for making and inserting metallic fas-/ 669,028 



tenings. 

Cash, Arthur W., Newark, N. J. Pressure-regulator 

Cashin, Olivine H., Springfield, Mass. Pillow-sham holder 

Casler, Herman, Canastota, N. Y. Consecutive-view apparatus 

Casler, Herman, Canastota, N. Y. Mutoscope 

Casler, Philo W., Little Falls, N. Y. Sectional bookcase --- 

Caspar, Richard, Lisbon Falls, Me. Curtain-fixture 

Casper, Joseph W., and W. Gerder, Sacramento, Cal. Steam-mangle 

Casperke, Charles A., Brandenburg, Ky. Series telephone system 

Cass, George W., trustee. (See Guillott, James W., assignor.) 

Cassard, Herbert. (See Miller, Andrew E„ assignor.) 

Cassedy, Thomas, et al. (See Dimmick, Albert M., assignor.) 

Cassell, James C. (See Gillett, Pearce, Holmes, and Staley, assignors.) 

Cassell, James C. (See Pearce, James S., assignor.) 

CassellaA Co., Leopold. (See Kertesz, Adolf, assignor.) 

Casser, Henry. (See Casser, Ida W. and H.) 

Casser, Ida \V. andH., Colorado Springs, Colo. Horse-hitching device 

Cassidy, Patrick F., Boston, Mass. Stopper 

Cassidy, Patrick F., assignor to Boston Bottle Wiring and Labeling Company, Boston, ( 

Mass. Labeling-machine ) 

Cassidy, Patrick F., assignor to Boston Bottle Wiring and Labeling Company, Boston,/ 

Mass. Bottle-labeling machine j 

Cassidy, Patrick F., assignor to Boston Bottle Wiring and Labeling Company, Boston, 

Mass. Paste-applying device 

Cassidy, Patrick F., assignor to Boston Bottle Wiring and Labeling Company, Boston, 

Mass. Obstetrical appliance 

Casson, Thomas, London, England. Solo attachment for musical instruments 

Cassullo, Francesco, Verezzi, Italy. Artificial tooth 

Caster, William H., Angels Camp, assignor of one-half to H. F. Whirlow, San Francisco, 

Cal. Air-compressor valve 

Castin, Lucien, Point Marion, Pa. Metallic railway-tie - 

Castin, Lucien, New Kensington, Pa. Car-fender _ 

Castle, Arthur, Rochester, N. Y. Sterilizer 

Castle, Edwin C, Sodus, N. Y. Egg-rack 

Castle, James M., Lynn, Mass. Shower-bath apparatus. 

Castle, Lewis D., Greensburg, Pa., assignor to J. T. Kelly, New York, N. Y., and G. M.i 
Jones, Pittsburg, Pa. Tapping-machine ) 

Castle, Lewis D., Greensburg, Pa., assignor to J. T. Kelly, Brooklyn, N. Y., and G. MJ 
Jones, Pittsburg, Pa. Boring, reaming, and threading machine S 

Castle, Oliver H., Indianapolis, Ind. Driving connection for compressors. 

Castner Electrolytic Alkali Company. (See Mauran, Max, assignor.) 

Castner, George L., Clarksville, Tenn. Duplicate-whist scoring device 

Castro, Angel de, assignor of one-half to H. W. Schlomann, New York, N. Y. Apparatus 

for accumulating and storing energy _ ___ 

Caswell, Frank G. , Harrison, Me. Combined bureau and washstand 

Cataract Tool and Optical Company. (See De Zeng, Henry L., Jr., assignor. ) 
Catenacci, Emilio, Milan, R. and C. Petrini, Chieta, Italy. Feeding mechanism for sew-; 

ing-machines - - 5 

Catenacci, Emilio, Milan, R. and C. Petrini, Chieti, Italy. Revolving-hook machine 

Cater, William H., assignor to F. C. Austin, Chicago, 111. Well-machine 

Cathan, Charles, Beloit. Kans. Thill-coupling _ _ 

Cathcart, JohnT., Chambersville, Pa. Folding case _._ 

Cather, Charles E., Worcester, Mass. Envelop 

Cathriner, Joseph, assignor of nine-tenths to A. Brockschmidt, W. L. Niebuhr, G. A. T. 
New, P. Frank, V. G. Baumgart, W. E. Hoting, F. W. Holle, and W. L. C. Tesch, Bren- 

ham, Tex. Bung-extractor __ 

Catlin, Edson J., and L. H. Kilbourne, Wellsboro, Pa. Nut-lock 

Catlin, Henry A., Richmond, Va. Lamp-shade _ 

Catlin, Minnie M., New York, N. Y. Broom-moistener 

Caton, Fred E., assignor to Caton's Foundry and Machine Company, San Jose, Cal. 

Can-filling machine 

Caton's Foundry and Machine Company. (See Caton, Fred E., assignor.) 
Caton's Foundry & Machine Company. (See Trullinger, James, assignor.) 

Cauderay, Jules, Lausanne. Switzerland. Electric meter 



Caudry, Bailey C, Coffeeville, Kans. Device for removing or elevating lamp-chimneys. 

Caulfield, John, Brooklyn, N. Y. Wheel for horseless carriages 

Caumont, Louis, Luxeuil, France. Metallic packing for stuffing-boxes 

Caunter, George, et al. (See Banwell, James, assignor.) 

Cauro, Luigi E. G., Naples, Italy. Electric meter _ 

Cavallaro, Francisco, San Jose, Cal. Expansible packing attachment for Artesian wells. 
Cavanaugh, James, et al., trustees. (See Place, James F., assignor.) 

Cavanaugh, William M., New York, N. Y. Seat for cobblers' chairs 

Cavell, George, Cleveland, Ohio. Clothes-line or rope holder 

Cavenaugh, Ralph W. (See Lloyd, Charles E., assignor.) 

Cavett, William A., Kirksville, assignor of one-half to H. A. Parsons, Laplata, Mo. Hay- 
stacker 



Caylor, Joseph J., Washington, D. C. Non-corrodible pump. 

Caynor, Julius R. (See Beck and Caynor.) 

Cay ton, Thomas A. (See Meyer, Svend M., assignor.) 

Cayuta Wheel & Foundry Company. (See Loetzer, Christian E., assignor.) 

Cazes, Peter A., Baton Rouge, La. Sugar-cane mill 

Cea, John, Grundy Center, Iowa. Horseshoeing-rack 

Cease, Henry O., Louisa, assignor of one-third to C. Waits, Catlettsburg, Ky. Fire-escape. 

Cease, Nicholas W., assignor to American Automatic Fan Company, Richmond, Va. 

Fan attachment for sewing-machines 

Ceipek, Norbert, Vienna, Austria-Hungary. Apparatus for filling cartridge-like envelops. 



687,002 

670.1111 

' 666,495 
683,910 
688,390 
689,038 
686,885 
682,030 



676,847 
680,518 
6*8,832 

678,&33 
681,101 



678,718 
675,881 

684,565 
689,704 

689,705 
687,978 
665,178 

689,164 
672,205 



673,015 
683,911 
082,912 

674,825 
664,991 



670,340 



672,613 
669,505 
687,125 
687,196 



674,ia3 
672,260 
671,814 
685,100 

680,762 



686,507 

678,939 
670.664 
669,318 

675,931 
672,475 

678,357 
673,495 



674,495 
676,353 



666,377 
668,487 
687,126 

681,193 
679,665 



Feb. 26 

Nov. 19 
Mar. 19 

Jan. 22 

Oct. 8 
Dec. 10 
Dec. 17 
Nov. 12 
Sept. 3 



June 18 
Aug. 13 

July 16 

July 16 

Aug. 20 

Sept. 24 
July 16 
June 11 

Oct. 15 

Dec. 24 

Dec. 24 

Dec. 3 

Jan. 1 

Dec. 17 
Apr. 16 

Apr. 30 

Oct. 8 

Sept. 17 

May 21 
Jan. 1 

Mar. 19 

Oct. 1 

Apr. 23 

Mar. 12 
Nov. 19 
Nov. 26 



May 14 
Apr. 16 
Apr. 9 
Oct. 22 

Aug. 20 



Nov. 12 

July 23 

Mar. 26 
Mar. 5 

June 11 
Apr. 23 

July 16 
May 7 



May 21 
June 11 



Jan. 22 
Feb. 19 
Nov. 19 

Aug. 27 
July 30 



1778 
3481 K779 
780 



2 183 
2138 

3181 

901 
1294 

2536 
1232 
705 



2819 
1477 

2878 
2882 



3118 
2663 



2110 

3751 

3752 

525 

676 

2754 
2463 



4050 



22115 



2658 
314 



2405 

764 

3249 
804 

2700 



1399 
2581 
1744 
3131 

1967 



1470 

3105 
2997 

457 

1076 
2995 

1953 
260 



20K1 

1926 



2928 
2414 
2701 



545 

499 
(735 
(736 
201 
298 
582 
273 
152 



639 
325 

I 649 
'[ 650 
I 6.50 
|651 

575 

714 

600 
216 

477 
881 
881 
125 
150 



1 561) 
|570 
1928 
^929 
| 930 
(201 
/202 

518 

611 
70 

1563 

|564 

(167 

1168 

752 

187 

593 



323 
595 
404 
719 



j 324 

(325 

695 

704 

106 

237 

695 

447 



427 



-94 1749 

9" 1513 

94 ! 2261 

-94 692 

97 202 

97 ! 2131 

97 2401 

97 | 1232 

116 2oo| 



96 
96 
95 

97 
97 
97 
97 
94 

j-97 
[-95 



-115 



•97 



96 



95 



■94 



2463 
1355 

618 
619 

1604 

2547 

575 

2071 

458 
2666 
2666 
1946 

136 

2447 
535 



202 



2358 



1623 
65 



2316 

154 

710 

1978 
1559 
1609 



1352 
555 
377 
684 

1478 



1285 

682 
2452 
1887 

2091 
655 

431 
1103 



1506 



676 

677 I 

541 ' 94 1511 



593 I 



594 , I 



97 1560 



2783 618 
4552 1024 



96 1660 
96 1001 



72 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Cellerier, William, Philadelphia, Pa. Attachment for pianos for automatically operat- 
ing same.- t 

Celluloid Company. (See Lefferts, Marshall C., assignor.) 

Celluloid Company. (See Thurber, Charles H., assignor.) 

Cellulose Products Company. (See Waite, Charles N., assignor.) 

Central Electric Construction Company. (See Fowler, George L., assignor.) 

Central Electric Construction Company. (See Hansel, Charles, assignor.) 

Central Foundry Company. (See Fowle, Alfred, Jr., assignor. ) 

Central Iron Works. (See Lear, Kossuth M., assignor.) 

Central Stamping Company. (See Hess, John, assignor.) 

Century Machine Company. (See Hess and Stoughton, assignors.) 

Century Milk Company. (See Kissel and Parsons, assignors. ) 

Century Motor Vehicle Company. (See Van Wagoner, William, assignor.) 

Century Post Co. (See Keeney, Alanson M., assignor.) 

Century Rural Mail Box Company. (See Lidke, Otto F., assignor.) 

Cerf, Leon, Lyons, France. Making ammonia derivatives of saccharin. 

Cervenka, Emanuel. (See Bernt and Cervenka.) 

Cervenka, Emanuel, and J. Bernt, Prague, Austria-Hungary. Incandescent gas-burner. 

Cesak, Wenzel, Milwaukee, Wis. Fastening device 

Cessna, Oliver M. (See Fromm, Eddie, assignor.) 

Chabut, Louis D. , Pittsburg, Pa. Trolley for electric railways _ _ _ 

Chadbourn, Henry, Stoneham, Mass., assignor, by mesne assignments, to United Shoe 
Machinery Company, Paterson, N. J. Thread-controlling mechanism for sewing-ma- 
chines 



Chadbourn, Henry, Stoneham, Mass., assignor to United Shoe Machinery Company,! 
Paterson, N. J. Shoe-sewing machine J 

Chadbourne, Joseph H., et al. (See Pierce, John, assignor.) 

Chaddock, William H., Allegan, Mich. Pinch-cock _. 

Chaddock, William H., Allegan, Mich. Coin-holder 

Chadsey, Effie M., Durango, Colo. Spring-clasp 

Chad wick, Robert, Sumner, Nebr. Fire-escape 

Chaffee, Alfred M., Oxford, Mass. Cloth-board 

Chaffee, Frank W., Albany, N. Y. Hose-band 

Chaffee, Frank W., Albany, N. Y. Gas-regulating equipment for railway-cars. 

Chaffee, Frank W., Albany, N. Y., assignor to H. Stern, Cleveland, Ohio. Cushion-beat- 
ing machine 

Chaffee, Harry C, assignor of one-half to P. H. Kelly, Clinton, Iowa. Device for trim- 
ming shades __ _ 

Chainey, Emanuel, Florence, Wis. Saw-set _ 

Chainey, Emanuel, Florence, Wis. Saw-swage 

Chaize, Jacques. (See Chaize, Nicolas and J.) 

Chaize, Nicolas and J., St. Etienne, France. Loom for weaving narrow fabrics 

Chaize, Nicolas and J., St. Etienne, France. Cop- winding mechanism for ribbon-looms . 

Chalandre, Autoine J. O., L. J. B. A. Colas, Paris, and C. J. Gerard, Seveux, France. 
Electrolyzing soluble salts _.. 

Chalmers, Harvey, assignor to H. Chalmers & Son, Amsterdam, N. Y. Button-drillingi 
machine \ 

Chalmers & Son, Harvey. (See Chalmers, Harvey, assignor.) 

Chalmers, William J. (See Robeson, Anthony M., assignor.) 

Chalmot, Guillaume de, Holcombs Rock, Va., assignor to Willson Aluminum Company, 
New York, N. Y. Electric crucible-furnace 

Chalmot, Guillaume de, Leaksville, N. C, assignor to Willson Laboratory Company, 
New York,N. Y. Manufacture of soluble phosphates _ - _.. 

Chamberlain, Blanchard, Bellefontaine, Ohio. Mail-bag catcher and deliverer 

Chamberlain, Frank R. (See Litchfield and Chamberlain.) 

Chamberlain, George, Allegheny, Pa. Washing-machine 

Chamberlain, Jacob C., New York, and H. R. Sutphen, Highbridge, N.Y. Storage-bat- 
tery cell „_ _ 

Chamberlain, Jacob C, New York, and H. R. Sutphen, Highbridge, N.Y. Storage bat- 
ter; 



Chamberlain, James H. D., Springfield, Mass., D. E. Chism, Stafford Springs, Conn., 
and L. A. Cooper, Springfield, Mass. Cash-carrier apparatus. 

Chamberlain, John G., et al. (See Weddell, Edward G., assignor.) 

Chamberlain, John W., Richardton, N. D. Animal-weaner _ 

Chamberlain, Rufus N. (See Hubbard and Chamberlain.) 

Chamberlain, Rufus N, Depew, assignor to Gould Storage Battery Company, New 
York, N. Y. Separator for storage batteries _. 

Chamberlin, Altia, Fairbury, Nebr. Bicycle - 

Chamberlin, Eugene, and G. C. Murray, Brooklyn, N. Y. Wire-covering machine 

Chamberlin, Walter H., et al. (See Zeng, Henry L. de, assignor.) 

Chambers, Arthur E., assignor to Western Novelty Company, Kalamazoo, Mich. Boat . 

Chambers Brothers Company. (See Chambers, Cyrus, Jr., assignor.) 

Chambers Brothers Company. (See King, Howard K., assignor.) 

Chambers Brothers Company. (See King and Chambers, assignors.) 

Chambers, Charles E. (See Chambers, Robert M. and C. E.) 

Chambers, Cyrus, Jr. (See King and Chambers.) 

Chambers, Cyrus, Jr., Overbrook, assignor to Chambers Brothers Company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Brick-machine _ 

Chambers, David, assignor of one-half to L. B. Chambers, San Jose, Cal. Tea-strainer.. 

Chambers, David, assignor of one-half to S. Chambers and B. F. Kent, San Jose, Cal. In- 
destructible cork for bottles - 

Chambers, Fred D., assignor of one-fourth to F. E. Beatty and W. B. Caperton, Washing- 
ton, D. C. Cutting-tool _ 

Chambers, John E., Chicago, 111. Standard for optical instruments 1 

Chambers, John E., Chicago, 111. Chin-rest for opthalmometers — 

Chambers, John W., Brice, Mich. Whiffletree-hook 

Chambers, Lydia B. (See Chambers, David, assignor.) 

Chambers, Stanley, et al. (See Chambers, David, assignor.) 

Chambers, Robert M. and C. E., Belfast, Ireland. Machine for wiring corks of bottles .. 671,412 
Chambers, William H. (See Penn, Louis T., assignor.) 

Chambon, Louis, Paris, France. Machine for charging cartridges 675,932 June 11 

Chambost, Pierre J. E. E., Liverpool, England. Liquid-fuel heating apparatus 676,063 June 11 



No. 



674,904 



668,164 

668,676 
679,724 

664,992 



670,195 
684,540 

682,172 
685,814 
680,763 
688,592 
672,590 
673,382 
687,368 

673,635 

686,687 
668,677 
668,678 

675,084 
676,875 

665,953 
680,909 



672,054 

689,286 
686,933 

688,593 

673,652 

673,678 

685,740 

688,594 



686,886 
683,381 
674,670 

681,363 



687,915 
687,979 

689,013 

685,572 
678,642 
681,494 

605,769 



Date. 



May 28 



Feb. 19 

Feb. 26 

Aug. 6 

Jan. 1 



Mar. 19 
Oct. 15 

Sept. 10 
Nov. 5 
Aug. 20 
Dec. 10 
Apr. 33 
May 7 
Nov. 26 

May 7 

Nov. 12 
Feb. 26 
Feb. 36 

May 28 
June 25 

Jan. 15 
Aug. 20 



Apr. 16 

Dec. 17 
Nov. 19 

Dec. 10 

May 7 

May 7 

Nov. 5 

Dec. 10 



Nov. 19 
Sept. 24 
May 21 

Aug. 27 



Dec. 3 
Dec. 3 

Dec. 31 

Oct. 29 
July 16 
Aug. 27 
Jan. 8 



Apr. 2 



Monthly 
volume. 



2805 



1822 



2786 
14 



315 



2139 

2072 

942 
166 
1970 
1695 
3205 
22 
3178 

525 

1829 
2786 
2788 

3132 
2897 

2137 
2348 



2195 



2970 
3364 



552 
589 



1697 



2331 
3119 
3403 

3105 



408 
536 

4422 

4020 
2538 
3358 
1796 



997 



1078 
1318 



Official 
Gazette. 



641 



95 



622 
4 



i 468 



212 
35 
432 
399 
744 
5' 



132 

405 
622 
623 

714 
652 



1494 



507 

692 
520 

400 

138 

138 

3,3 

400 



494 
714 
554 

689 



135 
1018 

919 

569 
745 
413 



(225 
^236 
(327 

(337 

^338 

(339 

295 



94 



94 



96 
97 
96 
97 
95 
95 
97 

95 

97 
94 
94 

95 



94 



97 
97 

97 

95 

95 

97 

97 

97 
96 
95 



97 
97 



97 

97 



94 



-95 
95 , 2139 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



73 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Champ, Joseph H., Cleveland, Ohio. Liquid-earbonating apparatus 

Champ, Joseph H., Cleveland, Ohio. Cut-off valve 

i assignor to Bishop & Babcock Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 



Bottling- 



Champ, Joseph H 
machine 

Champion Electric Belt Company. (See Moore and Murray, assignors.) 

Champion, Francis M., Catlin, 111. Door-hinge 

Champion Vending Machine Company. (See Romans and Grover, assignors.) 

Chancellor, Justus. (See Campbell, Frank W., assignor.) 

Chandlee, Lewis, Colorado Springs, Colo. Machine for extracting precious metals from 



Chandler, Alphonso L., Chicago, 111. Miter-box 

Chandler, Bartlett B., Jr., Nevada City, Cal. Center-line level- 
Chandler, Charles L., Seattle, Wash. Trunk-lashing 

Chandler, Dana G. , Sylvania, Ohio. Mole-trap . _ 



Chandler, Daniel L., assignor to G. J. Burns, Ayer, Mass. Plaiting-machine 

Chandler, Daniel L., assignor to G. J. Burns, Ayer, Mass. Plaiting-machine 

Chandler, Frank M., assignor to W. H. Faxon and E. L. Parker, Buffalo, N. Y. 
and i 



Hook 



I eye 



Chandler, Frederic A., Boston, Mass. Combined sash-pull and safety-guard. 

Chandler, Frederick G. , Hornellsville, N. Y. Folding umbrella 

Chandler, Orvin H., Clinton, S. C. Measuring-faucet 

Chandler & Taylor Company. (See Lindsay, Thomas J., assignor.) 

Chandronnait, Oscar, Lippitt. R. I. Picker-check for looms 

Chaney, Nathan P., Buffalo, N. Y. Sash-fastener 

Channel, Isaac M., Duquesne, Pa. Nut-lock ,-_ _ 



Channell, Emmet W., Lake Charles, La. Slat-and-wire-fence machine . 



Channon, William, Des Moines, Iowa. Expansion drill and reamer 

Chant, Edward W., Shrewton, England. Gramophone-stand 

Chantler, George, Chicago, 111. Fire-box for boilers or furnaces 

Chantler, Israel B., Sewickley. Pa. Electric switch for alarms 

Chantler, Israel B., Sewickley, Pa. Electric rail-bond 

Chanute, Octave, Chicago, 111. Preserving wood _.. 

Chapin, Abbie M., Ware, Mass. Puzzle _ ...J _ 

Chapin, Daniel S., assignor of one-half to E. L. Wires, Milford, Mass. Roller cotton-gin 

Chapin, Henry A. (See Hastings and AValkins, assignors.) 

Chapin. James C, et al. (See Munson, John W., assignor.) 

Chapin & Manion. (See Docharty and Wagner, assignors.) 

Chapin, William G., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Thompson & Norris Company, of New 
Jersey. Knockdown paper box 

Chaplin, Edwin D., Winchester, and H. G. Halloran, Boston, Mass. Electrolytic cell _._ 

Chaplin, Edwin D., Winchester, and H. G. Halloran, Boston, Mass. Electrolytic produc- 
tion of white lead - 

Chaplin, Manley J., and E. Falk, San Francisco, Cal. Valve 

Chapman, Abner J. (See Nichols, Robert J., assignor.) 

Chapman, Charles A., Horley, England. Device for starting horses at races 

Chapman, Edward J., Merrimac, Mass. Chemical fire-extinguisher 

Chapman, Frank J., Philadelphia, Pa. Casing for pneumatic hammers.- 

Chapman, Frank S., Kenton, Ohio. Generator of steam 

Chapman, Fred O. (See Harraman, Chapman. Severin, and Brown.) 

Chapman, Frederick B. (See Chapman, Joseph A., assignor.) 

Chapman, George B., assignor of one-fourth to D. Q. Stephens, Chicago, 111. Toy or puz- 
zle - 



Mer- 



Chapman, George E. , and G. L. Ensign, Cleveland, Ohio. Trolley _ 

Chapman, Harry H., assignor of one-half to J. H. Tenvoorde, Minneapolis, Minn, 
chant's short-account case 

Chapman, James E., San Jose, Cal. Bracket.- _._ '. 

Chapman, James N., Memphis, Tenn. Shaft-bending machine 

Chapman, Joseph A., Bay City, Wis., assignor of one-half to F. B. Chapman, St. Paul, 
Minn. Toy or game.. 

Chapman, Justin H., and C. E. Worrell, National Military Home, Ind. Dish washing, 
and rinsing apparatus \ 

Chapman, Lee J., assignor of one-half to D. Kinsell, Jr., Columbus, Ohio. Electro- 
massage device __ 

Chapman, Mark C. (See Chapman, Matthew T. and M. C.) 

Chapman, Matthew T. and M. C, Aurora, 111. Pumping apparatus -_ 

Chapman, Richard M., Oceanside, assignor of one-half to H. Clemens, New York, N. Y. 
Composite railway-tie __ 

Chapman, Robert E., Cherokee, Tex. Baling-press __ 

Chapman, Robert J., Lowell, Mass., assignor to Draper Company, Portland, Me., and 
Hopedale, Mass. Spinning-frame __ ___ 

Chapman, Stephen G. (See Lund, Joel, assignor.) 

Chapman, Washington I. (See Bercha and Chapman.) 

Chapman, William, Washington, D. C, assignor to Electro-Magnetic Traction Company, 
of West Virginia. Electric railway ._ 

Chapman, William A., Suffern, N. Y. Metallic insert for brake-shoes 

Chapman, William T., Blanchester, England, assignor to American Alkali Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Electrolyzer _ 

Chapman, William W., Prescot, England. Mold for casting baths or other vessels 

Chappell, Frank M., Pittsburg, Pa. Feed-water regulator 

Chappell, Frank M., Pittsburg, Pa. Rotary balance-valve 

Chappell, Frank V., et al. (See Miller, Frank, assignor.) 

Chappell, Thomas J., Grovelake, Minn. Neck-yoke attachment 

Chappell, William H., Pittsburg, Pa. Machine for planing metal 

Chapuy, Paul, Vincennes, France. Electric battery .__ 

Charbeneau, John O, and J. Schaldenbrand, Mount Clemens, Mich. Acetylene-gas gen- 
erator -_ _ 



Charles. Albion P., Iola, Kans. Steam-engine 

Charles Craske Company. (See Clouse, Warren C, assignor.) 
Charles E. Reed & Co. (See Reed, Charles E., assignor.) 
Charles, Frank C, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Sanding device 



687,726 
690,098 

670,395 
671,434 



684,672 
6S0.H21 
679,602 
685,972 
678,222 

671,790 
671,791 

687,197 
689,287 
675,554 
679,295 

675,717 
675,621 
689,637 

669,953 

675,465 

684,496 
667,970 
681,495 

0*4,000 

688,933 

665,508 
681,194 



671,012 
665,064 

675,555 
669,196 

673,997 
073,383 
665,391 
681.746 



665,671 
687,452 

668,727 

687,127 
665,179 

682,790 
673,699 



677,438 

685,392 
680,841 

680,194 



681,039 

676,489 

667,498 
682,841 
679,273 
690,232 

679,603 
670,128 
685,101 

667,766 
680,406 



Date. 



Dec. 3 
Dec. 31 

Mar. 19 
Apr. 9 



Oct. 15 
Aug. 6 
July 30 
Nov. 5 
July 9 

Apr. 9 
Apr. 9 

Nov. 26 
Dec. 17 
June 4 
July 30 

June 4 
June 4 
Dec. 24 

Mar. 12 

June 4 
Oct. 15 
Feb. 12 
Aug. 27 
Oct. 15 
Dec. 17 
Jan. 8 
Aug. 27 



Apr. 2 

Jan. 1 

June 4 

Mar. 5 

May 14 

May 7 

Jan. 1 

Oct. 15 



Jan. 8 
Nov. 26 

Feb. 26 

Nov. 19 
Jan. 1 

Sept. 17 
May 7 

Oct. 1 

July 2 

Oct. 29 
Aug. 20 

Aug. 6 



Aug. 20 
June 18 

Feb. 5 
Sept. 17 
July 23 
Dec. 31 

July 30 
Mar. 19 
Oct. 22 

Feb. 12. 
Aug. 13 



Monthly 
volume. 



35 

4573 



2505 
1052 



232S 
565 

4450 
473 

1680 

1697 
1702 



2,s69 

2973 

354 

3836- 

659 

492 

3623 

1640 

190 

2004 
1472 
3359 
22112 
2333 
1321 
2785 



170 
437 

356 
244 

1148 
23 

1043 
2)63 



1009 
3354 

2894 

2702 
677 

2067 
619 

460 

189 

3668 
2129 

870 



250(1 
2183 

641 
2172 
3771 
4818 

4450 
1997 
3132 

1102 
1265 



673,316 Apr. 30 I 4601 1064 95 I 1012 



(1054 
}1055 

585 

242 



528 

122 

999 

96 

386 

(392 

'I 393 



027 

692 

76 

859 

137 
102 
850 
385 
3S6 
387 
44 
452 
326 
745 
498 



304 
618 



39 
99 

76 
53 

207 

5 

243 

560 



736 
737 
645 
646 
594 
151 

468 
145 
146 

104 

46,47 

841 
465 

194 



554 
485 



Official 
Gazette. 



130 
490 
842 96 
1114 97 



94 



II 100 
463 
719 

240 
1278 
1279 



1849 
2853 



233G 



503 
1156 

979 
1055 

362 

368 
369 

1609 

2491 

1932 

852 

1992 
1959 
2639 

2141 



439 
1305 
1773 

478 



1061 



37 



1932 
1841 



95 1301 

95 1059 

94 208 

97 530 



340 
1707 

1633 

1560 
136 

2312 

1176 

95 

42 

821 
1508 

1219 



1582 
2333 

1118 
2333 

817 
2900 



2233 
684 



1229 
1311 



74 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Charlton, Richard B 
ica, of New Jersey 

Charlton, Richard B 
ica, of New Jersey. 



Charles, Harley J . , Knoxville, 111. Combined ice-creeper and heel-protector 

Charles, James, Richmond, Ind. Device for adjusting electric appliances to the human 
body. 

Charles, Joseph. (See McMullen, George, assignor.) 

Charles, Oliver D., Homestead, Pa. Non-spillable cuspidor 

Charles Parker Company. (See King and Hayes, assignors.) 

Charlier, Henri J. J. , Philadelphia, Pa. Melting-furnace _ _ 

Charlton, Richard B., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to Continuous Rail Joint Co. of Amer- 
ica, of New Jersey. Railway-rail joint.- 

Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to Continuous Rail Joint Co. of Amer- 

Railway-rail-joint plate 

Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to Continuous Rail Joint Co. of Amer- 
Railway-rail j oint _ 

Chariton, Richard B., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to Continuous Rail Joint Company of 
America, of New Jersey. Rail-joint 

Charlton, Richard B., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to Continuous Rail Joint Company of 
America, of New Jersey. Railway-rail joint _ 

Charlton, Richard B., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to Continuous Rail Joint Company of 
America, of New Jersey. Railway-rail joint 

Charlton, Richard B., Milwaukee, A^is., assignor to Continuous Rail Joint Company of i 
America, of New Jersey. Machine for sawing bars of iron into lengths j 

Charpentier, Joseph 0., Concord, N. H. Blast-pipe safety-valve _ 

Chas. Beck Paper Company. (See Beck, Charles, assignor.) 

Chase, Charles, Charter Oak, Iowa. Burglar-alarm _._ 

Chase, Charles A. (See Collins, Archie F., assignor.) 

Chase, Charles A., Chicago, 111., assignor to General Incandescent Lamp Company, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Incandescent electric lamp .__ _ 

Chase, Charles S., et al. (See Storm, Charles H., assignor.) 

Chase, EllaS., Old Orchard, Me. Stock-supporter 

Chase, Frank, South Sutton, N. H. Window-shutter 

Chase, Frederick S., Waterbury, Conn. Machine for close-coiling loose-wound coils of 
sheet metal _ _ 

Chase, George P., et al. (See McNulty, Harry B. and B. L., assignors.) 

Chase, Harrison 0., San Francisco, Cal. Molding and hook 

Chase, Henry E., Cambridge, Mass. Spool or bobbin 

Chase. James, deceased; M. A. Chase, Rochester, N. Y., administratrix. Door-knob fas- 
tener. 



No. 



Chase, James C. (See Moody and Chase.) 

Chase, James L., Ayer, Mass. Roof-bracket. 

Chase, Llewellyn W., Waltham, Mass. Portable locomotive-tender spring-jack 

Chase Machine Company. (See Metcalf, Frederick, assignor.) 

Chase, Minerva A., administratrix. (See Chase, James.) 

Chase, Oscar L., et al. (See Van Note, Jacob E., assignor.) 

Chase-Shawmut Co. (See Whiton, Morris F., assignor.) 

Chase-Shawmut Company. (See Pettee, William E., assignor.) 

Chase, Solon. (See Fergusson and Chase,.) (Reissue.) 

Chatfleld, Horace G. , Waterbury, Conn. Ticket-holder 

Chatham, William A., Beebetown, Ohio. Gate-valve indicator __ 

Chatillon, George H., New York, N. Y. Computing weighing-scale.- 



Chattanooga Pipe and Foundry Company. (See Hedges, Mertland M., assignor.) 

Chattanooga Plow Company. (See Moore and Buchanan, assignors.) 

Chattaway, John J., assignor to W. A. Force, Brooklyn, N. Y. Traction drum or roller . 

Chatterton, George, Hawarden, Iowa. Window-counter 

Chaumartin, Marc. (See Mercier and Chaumartin.) 

Chauncey, Clayton, Waynesboro, Tenn. Saw-gummer ._ .__ _-. 

Chauveau, Gustave L. V., Paris, France. Gas engine or motor 

Chauvet, Joseph J. M., and J. W. Coulter, Brooklyn, N. Y. Seam for sewed articles 

Chaveriat, Charles. (See Geisel, Paul, assignor.) 

Chavot, Henri V., and A. Hozana, Paris, France. Manufacture of alloys of iron or steel. 

Chavous, Harry A., Lima, Ohio. Bouillon-boiler _ _ 

Cheatham, Robert V., assignor of one-half to J. A. Stewart, Louisville, Ky. Protective 

mechanism for systems of electrical distribution 

Cheatham, William P., Willisburg, Ky. Stamp-canceling and postmarking machine 

Cheeseman, Lewis, Sr., assignor of two-thirds to A. H. and P. Agnew, Alexandria, Va. 

Treating natural phosphates __ _ 

Cheeseman, Lewis, Sr., assignor of two-thirds to A. H. and P. Agnew, Alexandria, Va. 

Making water-soluble phosphates 

Chellis, Alexander H., Biddeford, Me. Adjustable window-shade bracket 

Chellis, Fred A., assignor of One-half to C. J. Stone, Portland, Me. Placket-fastener 

Chemical Works formerly Sandoz, Firm of. (See Boniger, Melchior, assignor.) 

Chemische Fabrik auf Actien, (vorm. E. Schering. ) (See Schmidt, Albrecht, assignor.) 

Chemische Fabrik auf Actien, vormals E. Schering. (S^e Melzer, Hermann, assignor.) 

Chemische Fabrik, Griesheim Electron. (See Zacharias and Bernhard, assignors.) 

Chemische Fabrik Guestrow. (See Spiegel, Leopold, assignor.) 

Chemische Fabrik Rhenania. (See Hartleb, Richard, assignor.) 

Chemische Fabrik Rhenania. (See Uebel, Carl, assignor.) 

Chemische Fabrik Rhenania. (See Weber, Wilhelm, assignor.) 

Chemische Fabrik von Hayden, Actien-Gesellschaft. (See Siegfried, Max A., assignor.) 

Cheney, George K., assignor to National Gramaphone Corporation, New York, N. Y.) 

Sound-reproducing apparatus ...'. 5 

Cheney, Harry. (See Bailey and Cheney.) 

Chenoweth, J. O., et al. (See Littlefield, Freeman H., assignor.) 

Chenu, Charles, and L. Gautreau, Paris, France. Fastening-ring for flat-bottomed rails. 

Cherrington, William P., Boston, Mass. Truck for carrying barrels, &c 

Cherry, Edward E. (See Laurent and Cherry. ) 

Cherry, Frank W., and H. F. Radke, San Francisco, Cal. Holder for fly-paper. 

Cherry, Frank W., and H. F. Radke, San Francisco, Cal. Fly-trap.-. 

Chesney, Cummings C. (See Kelly, John F., assignor.) 

Chesney, Cummings C, and W. J. Lloyd, Pittsfleld. Mass. Frequency-indicator 

Chesney, Cummings C, and H. W. Smith, assignors to Stanley Electric Manufacturing 

Company, Pittsfleld, Mass. Electric switch _ _ 

Chester, Edward D., assignor to Edward Chester & Company, Limited, London, Eng- 
land. Crusher. _._ __ 

Chesterman, William, assignor of two-thirds to D. G. Davis and D. Thomas, Punxsutaw- 

ney , Pa. Boiler-cleaning device 



664,&32 

669,619 

680,023 

687,557 

680,195 

680,196 

680,197 

667,499 

667,500 

667,501 
678,940 
687,&31 

684,409 

668,904 

683,437 
671,756 

672,261 

683,248 
678,540 

666,800 

681,649 
688,824 



676,876 
684,191 

684,629 



688,159 

675,034 
671,160 
668,327 

680,694 
681,406 

689,353 
675,814 

690,048 

690,049 
686,442 
673,759 



Date. 



685,712 

689,537 
673,700 

667.293 
667,294 

682,351 

674,076 

666,129 

666,408 



Jan. 1 

Mar. 12 

Aug. 6 

Nov. 26 

Aug. 6 

Aug. 6 

Aug. 6 

Feb. 5 

Feb. 5 

Feb. 5 
July 23 
Dec. 3 

Oct. 15 

Feb. 26 

Oct. 1 
Apr. 9 

Apr. 16 

Sept. 24 
July 16 

Jan. 29 

Aug. 27 
Dec. 17 



June 25 
Oct. 8 

Oct. 15 



Sept. 10 
Dec. 3 

May 28 
Apr. 2 
Feb. 19 

Aug. 20 
Aug. 27 

Dec. 17 
June 4 

Dec. 31 

Dec. 31 

Nov. 12 
May 7 



Oct. 29 

Dec. 24 

May 7 

Feb. 5 
Feb. 5 

Sept. 10 

May 14 

Jan. 15 

Jan. 22 



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volume. 



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Gazette. 



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9 

1006 

568 

3562 

874 

875 

877 

641 

643 

644 

3106 

240 

1862 

3271 

20 
1646 

2582 

2887 
2307 

3747 

3653 



2898 
1425 

2257 



1075 
875 

3028 

478 

2134 

1840 
3173 

3079 
837 

4482 

4483 
1348 
727 



4266 

3445 
620 

228 
229 

1269 

1301 

2438 

2987 



2 

239 

122 

783 

194 

195 

195 

130 

130 

130 
695 



412 
413 



727 



5 
379 



596 



662 
520 



818 
491 



652 
319 
510 
511 



243 
197 

693 
110 
472 



707 



718 
181 



298 
173 



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)978 



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564 
692 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE. 1901. 



75 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



60 __. 



Chevalier, Jean. (See Hanzer and Chevalier.) 

Chevalier, Joseph F., Shelbyville, Ky. Dumping-wagon 670,605 



Chevrette, Augustin, Fitchburg. Mass. Repairable gearing for looms 674,600 

Chew, William M., near Petersburg, assignor of one-half to J. L. Robinson, Petersburg, 
Ind. Wire-fence machine _ _ 678,160 

Cheyne, Frederick H., Indianapolis, Ind. Speed-governor 686,386 

Chicago Car Seal & Manufacturing Company. (See Peirce and Foote, assignors.) 

Chicago-Cleveland Car Roofing Company. (See McCarthy, James J., assignor.) 

Chicago Corset Company. (See Gardner, Marshall B., assignor. ) 

Chicago Folding Box Company. (See Walker, William J., assignor.) 

Chicago Handle Bar Co. (See Spencer. George G.. assignor.) 

Chicago Handle Bar Company. (See Maldaner, Charles, assignor.) 

Chicago Handle Bar Company. (See Oftedahl, Peter, assignor. ) 

Chicago Motocycle Company. (See Anderson, Erickson, and Wickstrom, assignors.) 

Chicago Motor- Vehicle Company. (See Ames. Albert C, assignor.) 

Chicago Ordnance Co. (SeeLovett, Thomas J., assignor.) 

Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Fassett, Francis K., assignor.) 

Chicago Rubber Horse Shoe Company. (See Wilcox, Elmer A., assignor.) 

Chick, Edward G. (See Hodges and Chick.) 

Chickering & Sons. (See Bowen, Robert S., assignor.) 

Chief Husker and Shredder Company. (See Teeguarden and Himes, assignors.) 

Childress, BenjaminF., Bristol. Tenn. Mosquito-canopy _ 689,165 

Childress, Henderson P., Memphis, Tenn. Trace-fastener 684,792 

Childs, AllieK:., Leoti, Kans. Windmill 680,314 

Childs, Eugene, Boston, Mass., assignor to Trimont Manufacturing Company, Boston, 

Mass., and Portland, Me. Coupling for poles or shafts ». -- 672,871 

Childs, Eugene, Boston, Mass., assignor to Trimont Manufacturing Company, Boston, | 

Mass., andPortland, Me. Pipe-wrench _ 674,399 

Childs, Eversley. (See Bevier, Andries. assignor. ) 
Chilling-worth, Charles C. (See Lindsey, Archie W.. assignor.) 

Chils, Otto, Brooklyn, N. Y. Window-sash tightener 

Chilton, Franklin H., New York, N. Y. Attachment for machines for sewing on buttons . 685,815 
Chipley, Gardiner W., assignor of one-half to C. W. Armbrust, Chicago, 111. Railway? g90 099 

brake-beam _ —5 

Chipperfield, William H. (See Cook and Chipperheld.) 

Chipps, Melville C, et al. (See Carder, John R.. assignor.) 

Chisholm, Boyd & White Company. (See Avery, Colby M., assignor.) 

Chisholm, James W. (See Faller, Ernest A , assignor.) 

Chisholm & Moore Manufacturing Company. (See Barrow, Thomas, assignor.) 

Chisholm & Moore Manufacturing Company. (See Moore, Edward Y., assignor.) 

Chism, David E. (See Chamberlain, Chism, and Cooper.) 

Chisolm, Caspar A., Charleston, S. C. Tree-protector 

Chitwood, Leonard P. (See Boring and Chitwood.) 

Chmelir, Joseph F., St. Louis, Mo. Ventilating-window 

Chmelitzek, Charles, New York, N. Y. Window 

Chodzko, Adam E., San Francisco, Cal. Continuous compression of fluids 

Chorlton, Isaac, and W. J. Wentworth, Manchester, England. Rotary cutter 

Chott, Peter A., St. Louis, Mo. Suspender attachment for waists or shirts ... 

Chrestien, Francis N. , assignor to F. R. Hynes, Camden, N. Y. Shingle-strip 

Chrisman, Horace, Pittsburg, Pa. Fluid-meter 

Chrisman, Horace, Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Pittsburg Meter Company, of Penn- 
sylvania. Fluid-meter _ 

Chrisman, William E., Clearwater, Idaho. Brake-shoe 

Christ, Charles F., Detroit, Mich. Machine for unloading matches 

Christen, Frank. Des Allemands, assignor of one-half to F. Martin, New Orleans, La. 
Channel-clearer _.. - 

Christensen, Christian, Denver, Colo. Bicycle _ 

Christensen, Christoffer A., Oretown, Oreg. Ore-concentrator 

Christensen, Emil, Portland, Oreg. Power saw-shifter for gang-edgers 

Christensen, Niels A., Milwaukee, Wis. Fluid-pressure hoist _ 



Mar. 26 
May 21 

July 9 
Nov. 12 



Dec. 17 
Oct. 22 
Aug. 13 

Apr. 23 

May 21 



Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 



Sept. 3 

Oct. 1 
Jan. 1 



Christensen, Niels A., Milwaukee, Wis. Air-brake 

Christensen, Niels A., Milwaukee, Wis. Automatic governor for fluid-compressors . 

Christensen, Niels A., Milwaukee. Wis. Air-brake system _. 

Christensen, Niels A., Milwaukee, Wis. Valve for compressors 

Christensen, Niels A.. Milwaukee. Wis. Brake-lever system for railway-cars 

Christian, Robert W.. Bannack, Mont. Centrifugal pump _ 



Christiansen, John, and F. M. Dewing, Hartford, Conn. Automatic weighing-machine . 

Christiansson, Christian, assignor to Surte Aktieboiag, Surte, near Gothenburg, Sweden, i 
Machine for use in making hollow articles of glass ( 

Christiansson, Christian, assignor to Surte Aktieboiag, Surte, Sweden. Manufacturing! 
bottles, jars, &c._- ._. _ _< 

Christie, Athelstan H., Milwaukee, Wis. Traveling-bag.. 

Christie, Benjamin B., Dayton, Ohio. Heating stove or furnace __ _ 

Christie, Walter, New York, N. Y. Piston-packing for engine-cylinders, &c . . . 

Christoph, George W., and H. F. Hart, Hartford, Conn. Sheet-match 

Christophersen, Edward, Jr. , East Orange, assignor to Consolidated Safety Pin Company, 
Bloomfield, N. J. Stocking-supporter 

Chritton, Isaiah D., and L. C. Keener, Cloud County, Kans. Lister-disk attachment 

Chrochier, Charles, et al. (See Cary, George W., assignor.) 

Chrysler, William L., and S. C. Mills, Woodburn, Oreg. Seed-potato cutter... 

Chrysler, William L., and W T . A. Parker, Woodlake, Nebr. Hame-clip _ 

Chrystai, Andrew, Marshall, Mich. Electric belt 



682,031 

683,848, 
664,993 [ 

690,100 Dec. 31 

680,225 ! Aug. 13 
681,102 ! Aug. 20 

685.102 , Oct. 22 
685,031 : Oct. 22 

677,558 July 2 

673.653 May 7 

6?2.591 Apr. 23 

j : 

669,820 Mar. 12 

667.171 Jan. 29 

668,980 Feb. 26 

674,997 j May 28 

665,993 Jan. 15 

1 668,613 j Feb. 19 

674,808 ! May 21 

679,945 | Aug. 6 

680,842 j Aug. 20 

681.103 ! Aug. 20 
678,223 | July 9 

672,145 Apr. 16 
685,103 J Oct. 22 

690.233 Dec. 31 

677,942 I July 9 
680.123 Aug. 6 

674.234 . May 14 
673,420 ' May 7 

673,111 Apr. 30 
673,044 j Apr. 30 

665,509 Jan. 8 
681,680 Sept. 3 
684,977 I Oct. 22 



Chubbuck, AlvaB., Janesville, Wis. Advertising-wheel. 

Church, Duane H., Newton, Mass. Balance-staff for watches. 

Church, Elihu C, New York, N. Y. Sight for guns 

Church, Elton C. (See McHardy, James A., assignor.) 
Church, Eugene I., West Hanover, Mass. Strap-end retainer. 
Church, Isaac, Toledo, Ohio. Expansion-bolt 



690,132 

677,638 
664,927 



Dec. 31 

July 2 
Jan. 1 



689,459 Dec. 24 
679,363 July 30 



OOM ( 674 , I 
,m4 '(675 ) 
2268 523 95 



94 



1568 i 361 
19 o_ I ( 273 
123d -^ 



2756 
2.556 
1090 

3754 

1915 

21 
167 

4576 



706 



585 
241 



442 



35 

(1055 
11056 



152 



766 169 97 
317 71 94 

4580 ft [97 



96 



940 
2607 
3133 
2994 

414 

555 

3207 

1399 
4490 
3419 
2964 

2198 

2654 

2622 

437 

2131 

2608 
1681 

2360 
3134 

4821 

1165 

739 

1578 

95 

4234 
4107 

1322 

17 

2893 

4634 

551 
197 

3288 
3983 



211 
576 
719 97 

684 



128 

744 



1028 
762 



(506 
1507 \ 

595 j 94 

f 604 I I q - 

1 605 f ao 

91 I 96 

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576 96 



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2430 
1544 

340 
1233 



2448 
567 
1277 

819 

1473 



7 
997 

2854 



2004 

154 

66 

2855 

1247 
1604 
684 
657 

8S 
1162 
701 

2092 
971 
1737 
1701 

482 

1563 

1614 

1128 

1509 

1604 
362 

515 
684 



(1114 

(1115 


^97 
1 w 


2901 


268 


96 


261 


164 


96 


1192 


366 


95 


1386 


21 


95 


1073 


970 


95 


939 


941 


95 


914 


304 


94 


280 


5 


96 


1868 


665 


97 


638 


(1069 
(1070 


[97 


2865 


131 


96 


117 


41 


94 


42 


773 


97 


2571 


890 


96 


882 



76 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 



■s. 



Church, Merton, assignor to American Wire Fence Company, Detroit, Mich. Wire-coil- 
ing device : 

Churchill, Aaron F. (See Shuster, Franklin B., assignor.) 

Churchill, Charles S., and C. C. Wentworth, Roanoke, Va. Means for ventilating tun- 
nels _ __- _ 

Churchill, Charles S., and C. C. Wentworth, Roanoke, Va. Means for ventilating tun- 
nels.. _ -. -._ 

Churchill, Frank B. , Hastings, Mich. Washing-machine 

Churchill, Henry R., Buffalo, N. Y. Sediment-collector for steam-boilers _ 



Churchill, James R., Sheffield, and F. G. Seeley, Hathersage, England. Friction-clutch 

Churchill, Robert H., Marinette, Wis. Emery-wheel 

Churchill, Robert H., Marinette, Wis. Emery-wheel. (Reissue) 

Churchill, William L., assignor of one-half to A. A. Ingraham, Lowell, Mass. Method of 
and means for securing two or more solid bodies to each other 

Churchward, Alexander, Chicago, 111. , assignor to General Electric Company. Dynamo- 
frame 



Churchward, Alexander, Chicago, 111., assignor to General Electric Company. Dynamo- 
electric machinery. 

Ciangherotti, Corrado, Genoa, Italy. Apparatus for manufacturing weldless metal 
tubes 



Ciegler, Samuel, San Francisco, Cal. Combined suspenders, shoulder-brace, and belt. . 
Cilley, George W., Norwich, Conn., assignor to E. P. Armstrong, Bay Shore, N. Y. Au- 
tomatic drilling-machine. 

Cimiotti, Ferdinand F. (See Kendall, Edward D., assignor.) 
Cincinnati Machine Tool Co. (See Schauer, Sherman C., assignor.) 
Cincinnati Shaper Company. (See Steen and Seybold, assignors.) 
Cindel, Eli. (See Johnston and Cindel.) i 

Claassen, Hermann, Dormagen, Germany. Producing sugar in crystal form 

Claassen, Hermann, Dormagen, Germany. Crystallizing sugar ._ 

Claeys, Constant. (See Janin, John V., assignor.) 

Claggett, Frank B., New York, N. Y. Vending-tray 

Clamer, Guilliam H., Philadelphia, Pa. Mold for casting journal-brasses 

Clamond, Charles, Paris, France. Refractory mantle and making same 

Clampitt, Allen G., Highland Park, 111. Case or cabinet 

Clancy, John R. (See Wilding, John, assignor.) 

Clapham, Thomas S., Keighley, England. Cover for gas-purifiers 

Clapp, Charles W. (See Oilman and Clapp.) 

Clapp, George P., assignor of one-half to W. W. Near, Montreal, Canada. Nail-machine 

Clapp, Mortimer A. (See Sague and Clapp.) 

Clapp, Wilson A., Bridgeport, Conn. Street-railway switch 

Clare, Charles E., Glenellyn, 111. Veterinary float 

Clare, Charles H., Manchester, England. Lathe-stay 

Clark, Adelbert A., Marion, N. Y. Ground-marker 

Clark, Alden D. (See Warner, Hugh L., assignor.) 

Clark, Alfred W. (See Downey, Richard F., assignor.) 

Clark, Allan B., assignor of one-half to J. R. Boone, Nashville, Tenn. Phonograph at- 
tachment for telephone-circuits 

Clark, Alvan S. (See Gowrie, Frederick W., assignor.) 

Clark, Ambrose B., assignor to Foster, Merriam & Company, Meriden, Conn. Roller for 
casters. 



Clark, Andrew, Kansas City, Mo. Hinge-pin. 

Clark, Arthur L. , assignor of one-half to H. J. Mier, Rutherford, N.J. Fly-catcher 

Clark Automatic Telephone Switch-Board Company. (See Clark, Emery A., assignor.) 

Clark, Bainbridge P., Choteau, Mont. Animal-shears 

Clark. Bainbridge P., Choteau, Mont. Animal-shears 

Clark, Charles A., assignor of one-half to J. S. Hodgins, Flint, Mich. Shaft-support 

Clark, Charles H., assignor of one-half to J. Haussling, Newark, N. J. Soda-water-dis-) 
pensing fountain 5 

Clark, Charles J., New York, N. Y. Mason's platform for buildings 

Clark, Christian W., Union, Nebr. Door-latch 

Clark, Cornelius S. (See Godwin, Thomas W., assignor. ) 

Clark, Cornelius S., assignor of three-eighths to C. M. Barnett, Norfolk, Va. Nut-lock.. 

Clark, Cornelius S., assignor of one-half to C. M. Barnett, Norfolk, Va. Nut-lock 

Clark, Daniel T., Cleveland, Ohio. Motor-vehicle.. 

Clark, David, Charlotte, N. O, assignor to Draper Company, Portland, Me., and Hope- 
dale, Mass. Stop-indicator for twister-machines 

Clark, David P., Dayton, Ohio. Locomotive toy.. 

Clark, David P., Dayton, Ohio. Locomotive toy 

Clark, Edward B., assignor of one-half to H. Napay, Pittsburg, Pa. Switch-turner 

Clark, Edward S., Boston, Mass. Steam-boiler coupling 

Clark, Edward W., et al. (See Montgomery, John M., assignor.) 

Clark, Edwin M., et al. (See Montgomery, John M., assignor.) 

Clark, Ellsworth E. (See Clark, Omar E. and E. E.) 

Clark, El wood L., Buckeye, Mich. Ladder-hook 

Clark, Emery A., Sioux City, Iowa, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Clark Automatic 
Telephone Switch-Board Company, Providence, R. I. System of electrical intercom- 
munication 

Clark, Emma F. (See Clark, Percival L., assignor.) 

Clark, Erving D., Syracuse, N. Y. Uniting tubular metallic frames 

Clark, Erving D., Syracuse, N. Y. Tubular metallic frame 

Clark, Eugene B., Chicago, 111. Lifting-magnet. 

Clark, Francis L., assignor to Westinghouse Air Brake Company, Pittsburg, Pa. Elec-^ 
tromagnet ic brake 5 

Clark, Francis L., assignor to Westinghouse Air Brake Company, Pittsburg, Pa. Elec- 
tromagnetic brake - 

Clark, Francisco, Durango, Mexico. Button _ 

Clark, Frank C. (See Johnson, Lafayette W., assignor.) 

Clark, Frank E., and H. C. Barker, Independence, Kans. Horse-holding attachment for 
vehicl 



689,575 

671,264 

689,039 
673,194 
667,502 

679,414 

678,292 
11,937 

677,018 

687,991 

687,992 

689,668 
681,618 

685,713 



673,496 
689,014 

669,075 
687,832 
684,192 
673,976 

677,639 



685,104 

668,092 
687,494 
689,951 
681,016 



667,503 



686,204 
681.950 
688,717 

678,161 
678,225 
673,242 

671,307 

673,384 
685,106 

678,293 
(184,673 
672,030 

673,813 
676,420 
676,421 

682,032 

671,013 



679,887 



681,951 



Clark, Frank H. (See Knudson and Clark.) 

Clark, Frank H., Chicago, 111. Draft-rigging for railway-cars . 



681,195 
681,190 
675.323 

666,183 



666,184 

667,0(12 



671,688 
682,402 



Dec. 24 

Apr. 2 

Dec. 17 
Apr. 30 
Feb. 5 

July 30 

July 9 
Oct. 15 

June 25 

Dec. 3 

Dec. 3 

Dec. 24 
Aug. 27 

Oct. 29 



May 7 
Dec. 31 



Mar. 5 
Dec. 3 
Oct. 8 

May 14 



July 2 



Oct. 22 

Feb. 12 
Nov. 26 
Dec. 31 
Aug. 20 



Feb. 5 



Nov. 5 
Sept. 3 
Dec. 10 

July 9 
July 9 
Apr. 30 

Apr. 2 

May 7 
Oct. 22 

July 9 
Oct. 15 
Apr. 16 

May 7 
June 18 
June 18 

Sept. 3 

Apr. 2 



Aug. 6 



Sept. 3 

Aug. 27 
Aug. 27 
May 28 

Jan. 15 

Jan. 15 
Jan. 29 



Apr. 9 
Sept. 10 



3518 
715 

2537 

4384 
645 

4079 

1818 
2513 

3182 

542 

543 

3680 
3583 

4268 



261 
4423 



241 
1426 
1104 

553 

3138 

1673 
3429 
4269 
2456 



647 

922 
571 
1900 

1570 
1686 
4461 



25 
3149 

1819 
2331 
2150 

829 
2050 
2051 

707 

171 



326 



573 

2788 
2789 
3545 
2525 



252(1 
4150 



1534 
1350 



824 

1159 
)160 

582 
1011 

131 
(910 
{911 
(912 

419 

572 

714 

129 

129 

865 
795 

978 



1018 

5 
61 



257 

(131 
1 132 

(721 
1722 

375 
753 
990 
543 



131 



203 
120 
447 

362 

387 

1031 

j 179 

(180 

5 

723 

419 
528 
499 

195 
455 

455 
(152 
1153 
39,40 



69 



121 

619 
619 
811 
586 
587 

587 
960 



354 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



77 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



1448 
853 



1267 
1489 

1732 

536 

2317 



363 

1842 



2572 

1600 
1978 
2018 

575 

498 
482 
2193 
1775 
1293 



674 

2121 

789 

789 

2318 

313 

727 

1898 

2342 

2419 

225 

2604 



687 

2403 

1734 
1734 



504 
2326 

2025 

904 
2823 

870 

169 

889 
753 

446 

1384 
23 

2530 

1621 
2513 
2025 

2022 

1394 

2513 

551 



1318 
1319 
1369 



Clark, Frank M., Tilton, assignor to Brown & Burpee, Manchester, N. H. Card-exhibit- 
ing device _-. _ 

Clark, Frank R. (See Moore and Clark.) 

Clark, Fred, assignorof one-half to C. D. Schwab, Clearlake, Minn. Fish-hook 

Clark, Frederick R. (See Owen, Thomas P., assignor.) 

Clark, George H., Boston, Mass. Wheel-tire 

Clark, George M., Higganum, assignor to E. S. Hubbard, Middletown, Conn. Chill for 

casting sockets or mortises 

Clark, George N., Dryridge, Ky. Buckle 

Clark, Guston O., et al. (See Clark and Cothran, assignors.) 

Clark, Harry B., Derry Station, Pa. Detachable alligator-jaw for wrenches _ 

Clark, Herbert, Knoxville, Pa. Printer's galley 

Clark, Horace G., Chicago, 111. Burglar-alarm for windows. .. 

Clark, Huber. (See McCracken, George B., assignor.) 

Clark. Huber, administrator. (See Morrison, Walter G.) 

Clark, Hugh D., Columbus, Ohio. Burial-case protector 

Clark, Isaac M., Lompoc, Cal. Spraying trees, &c . .. 

Clark, J. Prentiss. (See Lahr, Peter, assignor.) 

Clark, James G., and G. Cothran, assignors of one-half to G. O. Clark and E. Y. Corn- 
stock, Summitville, Ind. Carbureter _ 

Clark, Jesse L. ( See Hess and Clark. ) 

Clark, John, Portland, Oreg. Bucking-roll for stock or Mexican saddles 

Clark, John A., Fort Wayne, Ind. Wire-tightener. -.. 

Clark, John A., assignor to Crompton & Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Elec-i 
trie warp stop-motion for looms ! 

Clark, John E., Janesville, Wis. Tire bolter and cutter" 



Clark, John H, Petersburg. Wis. Lantern-holder 

Clark, JohnL., Bangor, Me. Lid for stove-tops 

Clark, John L., and F. G. Hamilton, Stevens Point, Wis. Car-door fastener 
Clark, John M., Rathbone, Mo. Divider for mowing or reaping machines.-. 
Clark, Joseph A., Los Angeles, Cal. Oil burner or heater. 



Clark, Joseph K., Butte, Mont. Apparatus for pulverizing ores 

Clark, Joseph O., Boston, Mass., assignor to Phoenix Manufacturing Company, South 

Berwick, Me. Telescopic curtain-pole 

Clark, Laurel L., Galesburg, 111. Tobacco-moistener 1 

Clark, Leander, Greenville, Ohio. Elevated cable-road 

Clark, Leander, Greenville, Ohio. Elevated carrier or conveyer.. 

Clark, Lewis B., New Haven, Conn. Track-layer's instrument 

Clark, Lorenzo D., Red Bluff, Cal. Composite printing plate or block 

Clark, Louis G., Helena, Mont. Dust-guard for car-windows 

Clark, Morris F., and F. J. Ferguson, Ohipmonk, N. Y. Pumping-jack 

Clark, Nelson B., Beverly, Mass. Cigar-box _ _ 

Clark, Omar E. and E. E., Vicksburg, Mich. Boiler-feed regulator 

Clark, Percival L., assignor to E. F. Clark, Bristol, Conn. Lantern-pinion 

Clark, Robert T., assignor of two-thirds to J. T. Skae and J. Frankfurt, New York, N. Y. 

Umbrella-tip retainer __ 

Clark & Roberts. (See Kersey, William H., assignor.) 
Clark, Sargent E. (See Kochenderfer, Wert, and Clark.) 

Clark, Sealy E., Dayton, Ohio. Whip-lock 

Clark, T. J., et al. (See Anderson, Samuel O, assignor.) 

Clark, Thomas E. (See Bellah, Andrew J., assignor.) 

Clark, Thomas E., and R. Ernst, Detroit, Mich.; said Ernst assignor to said Clark. Shield 

and reflector for electric lights 

Clark, Victor. (See Turner and Clark.) 

Clark, Wallace S., and G. H. Rupley, Schenectady, N. Y., assignors to General Electric! 

Company. Insulated electric conductor and making same ' 

Clark, Wallace S., and G. H. Rupley, Schenectady, N. Y., assignors to General Electrici 

Company. Apparatus for coating wire or electric conductors ._; 

Clark, Walter L. (See Woods, Edward D., assignor.) 

Clark, Walter N., assignorof one-half to R. C. Kingsley, Warren, Ohio. Curtain pole 

and fixture 

Clark, William O, and A. W. Utting, Syracuse, N. Y. Score-marker 



Clark, William E., Moline, III. Disk-sharpener 

Clark, William F., Kidwell, W. Va. Non-refillable bottle ._ 

Clark, William H., Jersey City, N. J. Alarm device 

Clark, William H., Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by mesne assignments, to National Cash 

Register Company, Jersey City, N. J. Calculating-machine _ 

Clark, William H, Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by mesne assignments, to National Cash 

Register Company, Jersey City, N. J. Check-printer.. _ 

Clark, William M., Boscobel, and A. M. Davis, Madison, Wis. Binder attachment .. 

Clarke. Benjamin F., San Francisco, Cal. Ventilator and dust-arrester 

Clarke, Charles T. (See Wolfe and Clarke.) 

Clarke, Ellen M., New York, N. Y. Garment-rack 

Clarke, George S., London, England, assignor to E. L. Zalinski, U. S. Army. Field-gun 



6S6,843 
679,296 

683.038 

673,899 
086,934 

681,388 
678,611 
688,825 



078.224 
681,668 



6S9,460 

674,757 
669,506 

669,620 

678,719 

672,093 
665,994 

682,530 
675,194 
673,977 

673,195 

666,467 
682,319 
685,322 
685,323 
688,826 
665,596 
666,601 
675,466 
682,867 
683,021 
677,856 

689,538 



685,105 

670,536 

687,517 
687,518 



684,674 
670,369 

675,816 

679,415 
689,015 



Nov. 19 
July 30 

Oct. 1 

May 14 
Nov. 19 

Aug. 27 
July 16 
Dec. 17 



July 9 

Aug. 27 



Dec. 24 

May 21 
Mar. 12 

Mar. 12 

July 16 

Apr. 16 
Jan. 15 
Sept. 10 
May 28 
May 14 

Apr. 30 



Jan. 22 
Sept. 10 
Oct. 29 
Oct. 29 
Dec. 17 
Jan. 8 
Jan. 22 
June 4 
Sept. 17 
Sept. 24 
July 9 

Dec. 24 



Oct. 22 

Mar. 26 

Nov. 26 
Nov. 26 



Oct. 15 
Mar. 19 

June 4 

July 30 
Dec. 31 



660,919 Jan. 29 



carriage . 



Clarke, Greville E., Racine, Wis. Letter-press _ 

Clarke, Harry, Nottingham, England. Circular-knitting machine __ 

Clarke, Ira P., Alameda, Cal. Flushing-tank 

Clarke, Jo, Ellijay, Ga. Folding box 

Clarke, John, Orangeville, Canada. Grain-conveyer 

Clarke, John H, Framingham, Mass. Scraper _ 

Clarke, John J., assignor of two-thirds to W. J. Hendricks, Washington, D. C., and E. Y. 

Brady, Muncie, Ind. Ball-bearing for wheels, &c 

Clarke, Marcus S., Houston, Tex. Coin-bank or toy safe 

Clarke, Michael F., Farmington, N. Mex. Ter. Marking-tool 

Clarke, Oliver. (See Baxter, Hillman,'and Clarke.) 
Clarke, Peter. (See Pickring and Clarke.) 

Clarke, Richard T., Columbus, Ohio. Button attachment for suspender-ends 

Clarke, Richard T., Columbus, Ohio. Suspender and trousers connection 

Clarke, Timothy F., St. Clair, Pa. Squib 



683,878 
6S5,573 
679,108 

665,877 

686,713 
670,982 

670,892 

668,709 
670,840 
675,815 
688,160 

680,641 
670,841 
678,643 



680,429 
680,430 
680,564 



Oct. 1 
Oct. 29 
July 23 

Jan. 15 

Nov. 19 
Apr. 2 

Mar. 26 

FeW. 26 
Mar. 26 
June 4 
Dec. 3 

Aug. 13 

Mar. 20 
July 16 



Aug. 13 
Aug. 13 
Aug. 13 



2151 
3839 

380 

979 

2367 

3152 
2466 

2100 



1118.-, 

3i nil 



3290 

2543 

807 

1008 

2664 

2270 
2201 
1568 
3331 i 
1105 

4385 



1214 
3525 
3526 
2101 
1478 
3352 

192 
2218 
2108 

975 

3446 



3149 

2748 

3474 

3476 



2333 
2458 

. 841 
4082 
4426 

4005 



1022 
3460 

2010 

1872 
104 

3381 

2840 
3296 
840 
876 

1675 

32:18 
2539 



1302 
1303 
1549 



477 

(859 
"I860 

80 

228 
520 

702 
I 552 
"I 553 

491 



380 



773 

587 

187 

(239 

'1240 

(600 

1601 

524 

507 

356 

760 

258 

(1011 

(1012 

717 
275 
811 
812 
491 



44 

501 
567 

220 



722 



644 

1764 
I 765 
1 765 
1766 



528 
575 
(181 
1 182 
912 
1019 

925 

185 
920 
772 

467 

416 

25,26 



634 
777 
181 
197 

371 

778 



286 
286 
341 



97 



■96 



97 

95 
94 

[94 

[96 

95 
94 
96 
95 
95 

[95 



97 



94 



[97 



94 



78 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Clarke, William H., New York, N. Y. Valve-controller 

Clarkson, Alfred, Fall River, Mass. Atomizer 

Clarkson, Frank A., Duluth, Minn. Hot-water heater. 

Clarkson, James D., Carthage, Mo. Coal-chute _ 

Clasen, Hans P. H., Flensburg, Germany. Bottle-closing device with cork stopper . 
Clason, Milo B. (See Eeich and Clason.) 

Classen, Carl, New York, N. Y. Swimming apparatus for attachment to the legs . . 
Clatworthy, William, Warrington, England, wire-cutter 

Claughton, Rodolphe, New York, N. Y. Lock for trunks 



Claus, Frederick W. (See Glaus, Pearl M. and F W. ) 

Claus, Pearl M. (formerly Pearl M. Westerfield) and F. W., Chicago, 111. Vending-box. 

Clausing, Albert, Milwaukee, Wis. Ratchet-clutch mechanism 

Claussen, Hans P. (See Hinkley and Claussen.) 

Clavez, William E., Florence, Mass. Faucet 

Clawson, Leonard E., San Francisco, Cal. Smoke-condenser for chimneys 

Clawson, Monroe S., Weehawken, N. J. Automatic cut-out device for use in connection 

with electrical generators 

Clawson, Selden I.. Salt Lake City, Utah. Toy... 

Claxton, Frederic J. (See Ryland, Marion W., assignor.) 

Clay, Albert B., Elmhurst, Pa. Pitchfork 

Clay, David Z., East Hanover, Pa. Fertilizer grinder and separator 



valve-gear.. 

Connecting-rod 

Cross-head 

Separator-tooth 

Means for supporting 



Clay, Harry C, assignor to Reeves & Company, Columbus, Ind. Reversin 

Clay, Harry C, assignor to Reeves & Company, Columbus, Ind. 

Clay, Harry C, assignor to Reeves & Company, Columbus, Ind. 

Clay, Harry C, assignor to Reeves & Company, Columbus, Ind. 

Clay, Harry C, assignor to Reeves & Company, Columbus, Ind. 
and ad j usting concaves 

Clayton Aniline Company. (See Green and Meyenberg, assignors.) 

Clayton, Benjamin F. (See Baker and Clayton.) 

Clayton, Colonel H., Limestone, N. Y. Driving device for pumps 

Clayton, E. Peebles. (See Brunner, Danton O., assignor.) 

Clayton, Elisha P. (See Brunner. Danton O., assignor.) 

Clayton, Fred. (See Meldrum and Clayton.) 

Clayton, John W., Denver, Colo. Trolley-rope holder 

Clayton, John W., Atlanta, Ga. Quilting-frame for sewing-machines 

Claytor, James E., assignor of one-half to C. Dhe, Hartford City, Ind. Valve 

Cleal, Joseph P. (See Hunt, Charles J., assignor.) 

Cleal, Joseph P., Dayton, Ohio, assignor, by mesne assignments, to National Cash Reg-) 
ister Company, Jersey City, N. J. Cash-register ; 

Cleal, Joseph P., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to National Cash Register Company, Jersey 
City, N. J. Cash-register 

Cleal, Joseph P., Dayton, Ohio, assignor, by mesne assignments, to National Cash Reg- 
ister Company, Jersey City, N. J. Cash-register 

Cleal, Joseph P., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to National Cash Register Company, Jersey) 
City, N. J. Cash-register _ _ 5 

Cleal, Joseph P., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to National Cash Register Company, Jersey 
City, N. J. Cash-register key 

Clear, Charles. (See Clear, James T., assignor.) 

Clear, James T., assignor of one-half to C. Clear, St. Louis, Mo. Embossing-die 

Cleary, Edward. (See Neuberger and Cleary.) 

Cleaveland, John B., Indianapolis, Ind. Tool for attaching intermediate fence-wires 

Cleaveland, O K, America, Cal. Gate 

Cleaver, George. (See Craven and Cleaver.) 

Cleaver, Kilburn H. (See Angstadt and Cleaver.) 

Cleavers Club & Manufacturing Company. (See Fyfe, Paul P. I., assignor.) 

Cleff, Robert, and A. Langen, Krefeld, Germany. Manufacture of velvet 

Clegg, Edward S. (See Jones and Clegg.) 

Cleland, Andrew V., Minneapolis, Minn. Attachment for fanning-mills 

Clemens, Chester E., assignor of one-half to W. C. Brown, Springfield, Mass. Motor- 
cycle. 

Clemens, Ferdinand, Jr., Delta, Iowa. Power-transmitting device 

Clemens, Ferdinand, Jr., Delta, Iowa. Power mechanism 

Clemens, Helen. (See Chapman, Richard M., assignor.) 

Clement, Christopher H., Chicago, 111. Clutch for adjusting-rods for adjustable-back 
chairs, &c '. 

Clement, Henry K., Laporte, Ind. Grain-sieve - 

Clement, Paul, Wasquehal, France. Weft-replenishing loom 

Clements, Hamilton M., Plum, Pa. Reversible rubber-block holder 

Clemm, Adolf, Mannheim, Germany. Making sulfates and chlorin _ 

Clemm, Adolf, and W. Hasenbach, Mannheim, Germany. Making sulfuric anhydrid 

Clemons, Henry, Morristown, Minn. Cloth-holding pin 

Clendenning, Francis J. (See Pattman and Clendenning.) 

Clerc, Jules E. (See Avezard and Clerc. ) 

Clerget, Eugene. (See Laurent and Clerget.) 

Clerk, William B. (See Henry, George A., assignor.) 

Clerk, William B., et al. (See Kelley, Alexander, assignor.) 

Clerke, Frederick W. (See Posener and Clerke.) 

Cleveland Block Company. (See Ervin, James M., assignor.) 

Cleveland, David H., Kansas City, Kans. Railway-switch. _ 

Cleveland, Francis D., Winchester, Mass. Can-filling machine. . 

Cleveland, Fred L., et al. (See Aldrich, Robert and W. T., assignors.) 

Cleveland, Harry F., Vincennes, Ind., assignor to Turney Drier Company, Chicago, III. 

Filter-press plate 

Cleveland Machine Screw Company. (See Brophy, John P., assignor.) 

Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Richards, Charles B., assignor.) 

Cleveland Punch and Shear Works Company. (See Doolittle, John F., assignor.) 

Cleveland Store Fixture Company. (See Davy, James H., assignor.) 

Cleveland, William P., and C. E. Knowles, assignors to Magnetic Separating Company, 

Joplin, Mo. Magnetic ore-separator 

Cleveland Window Glass Company. (See Brown, James G., assignor.) 
Cleveland Wire Spring Company. (See Barker, Charles R., assignor.) 
Clevenger, Addison J., Ontario, N. Y. Adjustable ball-bearing axle 



685.741 
675,556 
669,212 
667,061 
681,104 

682,379 
682,033 

669,507 

673,744 
689,853 

667,188 
679,666 

666,920 
673,636 

671,853 
676,175 

673,859 

674,625 
677,338 
683,170 

685,107 



671,468 



670, 3S4 
686,714 
685,816 

666,648 

671,951 

677,500 
683,725 

688,827 



687,814 
673,134 



6*3,382 

665,629 

667,062 
671,330 
671,331 



670,869 
677,857 

682,034 

665,510 
689,461 
690,133 
675,195 



673,637 
678.862 



675,589 

685,817 
667,063 



Nov. 5 
June 4 
Mar. 5 
Jan. 29 
Aug. 20 

Sept. 10 
Sept. 3 

Mar. 12 



May 7 
Dec. 31 

Feb. 5 
July 30 

Jan. 29 
May 7 

Apr. 9 
June 11 

May 14 

May 21 
July 2 
Sept. 24 

Oct. 22 



Apr. 9 



Mar. 19 
Nov. 19 
Nov. 5 

Jan. 29 

Apr. 16 

July 2 
Oct. 1 

Dec. 17 

Jan. 22 

Dec. 3 
Apr. 30 

Sept. 24 

Jan. 8 

Jan. 29 
Apr. 2 
Apr. 2 

Mar. 26 
July 9 

Sept. 3 

Jan. 8 

Dec. 24 

Dec. 31 

May 28 



May 7 
July 23 



June 4 



Nov. 5 
Jan. 29 



17 

358 
264 
4274 
2610 

1310 
709 

807 



4073 



26 
4555 



4010 
527 



1543 

909 

2310 

12 

2732 

3150 



1107 



2482 

1873 

176 

3450 

2021 

290 
551 

2102 
3100 

195 

4278 



3120 

1535 

4276 
845 
845 



977 
711 

1323 

3291 
4635 
3337 



527 

2940 



427 



177 
4280 



3 

76,77 



576 

295 

153 

1187 

1 188 

167 
945 

6 

1024 



122 

419 
i 345 

|346 

i 213 

'214 

534 

3 



723 



256 



579 

416 

36 

i 801 



71,72 
1121 
'1122 

492 

718 

52 

985 



714 

351 

987 
187 
187 



792 
230 
,153 
154 
305 



1070 
760 



123 



987 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



79 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Clevenger, Lincoln H. (See Hathaway, Thomas J., assignor.) 
Clickner, Webster M. (See Munsie, James F., assignor.) 

Cliff, Edward, Newark, N. J. Combined door check and closer. 

Cliff, Edward, Newark, N. J. Side bearing for railway-cars 

Cliff, Edward, Newark, N. J. Side bearing for railway-cars 

Cliff, Edward, Newark, N. J. Side bearing for railway-cars 

Cliff, Edward, Newark, N. J. Side bearing for railway-cars 

Cliff, George H. (See Cliff and Wardlaw.) 

Cliff, John H. and G. H., and T. D. Wardlaw, Dundas, Canada. Gas-burner 

Clifford, Henry A., et al. (See Collins. Paul E., assignor.) 

Clifford, Hersey A., San Francisco, Cal. Photographic plate or film holder 

Clifford, Jerry M., Iron Mountain, Mich. Railway-switch . _ _ 

Cliff ton, George, AVest Unity, Ohio. Feed-cooker _ 

Clift, Arthur S., East Orange, N. J. Speed-regulating device for overhead electric car- 
riers _- _ 

Climax Manufacturing Company. (See Leilich, Francis T., assignor.) 
Climax Nut Lock Company. (See Johnson, Charles J., assignor.) 

Climenson, William W., and W. D. Winger, Honey Brook, Pa. Umbrella 

Cline, Albert R. (See Angerer and Cline.) 

Cline, David, Watsontown, Pa. Cooking-stove _ __ 

Cline, George J., Goshen, Ind. Washing-machine 

Cline, John B., assignor of one-half to D. L. Howard, Jefferson, Iowa. Mixing appara- 
tus -. 

Clingen, Harry. (See Cameron and Clingen.) 

Clinger, Fred D., assignor of three-fourths to O. N. Olson, W. Sperry, and S. E. Ware, 

Owatonna, Minn. Pump bucket or piston ._. 1 ._ ___ 

Clinton, George, et al. (See Wren, Fred R., assignor.) 

Clinton, William J., Natrona, Pa. Valve . 

Clizbe, Adelbert R., Plymouth, Ind. Grinding-machine 

Cloes, Benjamin J., Lake Bluff, 111. Thill-coupling 

Cloninger, John W., Pearl, 111. Reach for vehicles 

Close, Rufus M., Los Angeles, Cal. Pipe-coupling 

Closz and Howard Manufacturing Company. (See Closz. Charles, assignor.) 

Closz, Charles, Webster City, Iowa. Grain-separating screen 

Closz, Charles, assignor to Closz and Howard Manufacturing Company, Webster City, 
Iowa. Grain-separating screen 

Clothier, Conrad F., Jr., and F. S. Pecke, Philadelphia, Pa. Permanent way 

Cloud, Sarah A., Americus, Ga. Measuring-table for dressmakers 

Cloud, Thomas J., Killeen, Tex. Curtain-hanging apparatus 

Cloudman, Francis A., Cumberland Mills, Me. Screen-vat ___ 

Clough, Augustus A. , Denver, Colo. Dust-trap for street-sweepers 

Clough, Henry W., Dodge City, Kans. Windmill. 

Clough, James D. (See Edson and Clough.) 

Clough, John L. (See Elmer, Clough, and Glossbrenner. ) 

Cloughley, Robert H., Parsons, Kans. Motor-vehicle 

Clouse, Joseph N., assignor to A. Boeker, St. Louis, Mo. Wheel-retainer 

Clouse, Thomas T., Lansdowne, Pa. Hat-fastener _ 

Clouse, Warren C, Kearny, N. J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Charles Craske 

Company. Manufacturing electroplates 

Clouse, Warren C, Kearny, N. J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Charles Craske 

Company. Composite electroplate 

Clouser, Samuel F., New York, N. Y. Sprocket-chain 

Cloutier. Noe, Attleboro, Mass. Can-opener _ 

Clover, Benton L., et al. (See Owen, Charles F., assignor.) 

Clover, Howard K., Omaha, Nebr. Boiler-feeder. 

Clow, George E., Chicago, 111. Sectional ball _ 

Clow, Jacob F. (See Weed and Clow.) 

Clow, William E., Chicago, 111. Ticket-punch 

Clow, Willis F. (See Hughes and Clow.) 

Cloyes, James U, Chicago, 111 Button-support for tufting-machines 

Cluett, Sanford L., Hoosick Falls, N. Y. Valve gate or covering 

Clyburn, Mile D. (See Noren and Clyburn.) 

Clymer, Robert S. (See Clymer and Wiegand, assignors.) 

Clymer, Virgil H., Syracuse, N. Y. Auxiliary book-guide __. 

Clymer, Wellwood M., and S. L. Wiegand, Philadelphia, Pa., assignors to R. S. Clymer, 

Woodbury, N. J. Machine for printing envelops 

Clymer, Wellwood M., and S. L. Wiegand, Philadelphia, Pa., assignors to R. S. Clymer, 

Woodbury, N. J. Machine for printing envelops 

Clyne. Robert G.. Manchester, N. H., assignor toL. E. Bathrick, New York, N. Y. News- 
paper-wrapping machine 

Coad. Theophilus, London. England. Pneumatic hub for wheels 

Coates, Frank R., Chicago, 111., assignor to Weber Railway Joint Manufacturing Com- 
pany. Chicago, 111.; New York, N. Y.; Boston, Mass., and Baltimore, Md. Rail-joint . 

Coates, John E., et al. (See Laux, Mathias, assignor.) 

Coats, Simon B., Brook, S. C. Combined planter and fertilizer-distributer 

Cobb, Alvin E., Des Moines, Iowa. Display-cabinet for spices, &c 

Cobb, Nathan A., Sydney, New South Wales. Photomicrographic-plate holder.. 

Cobb, Nathan A., Sydney, New South Wales. Photographic shutter 

Cobb, Nathan A., Sydney, New South Wales. Photographic shutter 

Cobb, Thomas W., and H. S. Wright, Powder Mills, Ky. Mail-pouch catcher and deliverer 

Coble, David C, Elizabethtown, Pa. Incubator 

Coble, David C, Elizabethtown, Pa. Swing. _ __. 

Coble, Roddy C, Marion, Kans. Power device 

Cobley. Alfred, Irvington, N. J. Apparatus for cooling and preserving beer 

Coburn, Byron, Leroy. N. Y. Tool-post for lathes 

Coburn, Charles F. (See Ward, George R., assignor.) 

Cochran, Andrew J., assignor of one-half to A. J. Cochran, Jr., Indianapolis, Ind. Mop 

Cochran, Robert B., assignor to Morgans and Wilcox Mfg. Co., Middletown, N. Y. Print- 
er's furniture and lock-up 



No. 


Date. 


Monthly 
volume. 


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PL, 


669,158 
673,998 
673,999 
674,000 
685,973 


Mar. 5 
May 14 

May 14 
May 14 
Nov. 5 


158 
1151 
1154 
1159 

474 


36 
268 
268 
268 

96 


94 
95 
95 
95 
97 


1823 
1302 
1302 
1303 
1055 


681,907 


Sept. 3 


474 


97 


96 


1959 


672,974 
683,383 
672,094 


Apr. 30 
Sept. 24 
Apr. 16 


3961 
3121 
2272 


910 
715 
524 


95 
96 
95 


885 

2547 

498 


688,828 


Dec. 17 


2104 


492 


97 


2318 


665,878 


Jan. 15 


2012 


467 


94 


446 


673,701 


May 7 


621 


(146 
1147 


[95 


1176 


674,644 


May 21 


2353 


(543 
1544 


[•95 


1562 


673,196 


Apr. 30 


4387 


1012 


95 


969 


680,565 


Aug. 13 


1550 


341 


96 


1369 


675,622 


June 4 


494 


102 


95 


1959 


681,440 


Aug. 27 


3250 


( 721 
(722 


{-96 


1752 


690,234 
684,908 
685,818 


Dec. 31 
Oct. 22 
Nov. 5 


4824 

2771 

180 


1115 

630 

36 


97 
97 
97 


2901 
611 
998 


682,670 


Sept. 17 


1813 


416 


96 


2264 


682,669 


Sept. 17 


1811 


j 415 
1416 


j- 96 


2263 


679,047 


July 23 


3327 


(743 
1744 


[■96 


727 


674,905 
671,469 
670,269 
682,156 
683,593 


May 28 
Apr. 9 
Mar. 19 
Sept. 3 
Oct. 1 


2807 

1108 

227'5 

912 

300 


642 
256 
530 
203 
68 


95 
95 
94 
96 
97 


1670 

250 

2290 

2045 

63 


666.085 
672,031 
685,108 


Jan. 15 
Apr. 16 
Oct. 22 


2365 
2153 
3151 


546 
499 
723 


94 
95 

97 


514 
476 

687 


665,954 


Jan. 15 


2138 


495 


94 


470 


665,955 
667,971 
682,531 


Jan. 15 
Feb. 12 
Sept. 10 


2141 

1474 
1570 


495 
326 
356 


94 
94 
96 


471 
1306 
2193 


679,252 
675,933 


July 23 
June 11 


3728 
1083 


833 
239 


96 
95 


809 
2092 


685,467 


Oct. 29 


3829 


878 


97 


852 


677,559 
679,364 


July 2 
July 30 


415 

3984 


100 
891 


96 
96 


88 
883 


665,650 


Jan. 8 


1573 


359 


94 


334 


668,034 


Feb. 12 


1572 


351 


94 


1324 


668,035 


Feb. 12 


1574 


351 

f 21 


94 


1324 


673,421 


May 7 


96 


J 22 
23 

{ 24 


195 


1073 


670,310 


Mar. 19 


2345 


( 546 
)547 


[■94 


2304 


675,542 


June 4 


336 


73 


95 


1927 


667,386 
670,555 
670,842 
670,843 
670,844 
687,198 
670,490 
674,496 
666,496 
667,504 
679,297 


Feb. 5 
Mar. 26 
Mar. 26 
Mar. 26 
Mar. 26 
Nov. 26 
Mar. 26 
May 21 
Jan. 22 
Feb. 5 
July 30 


426 
2786 
3299 
3300 
3302 
2870 
2671 
2083 
3185 

649 
3841 


87 
653 
778 
778 
779 
627 
627 
483 
736 
131 
860 


94 
94 
94 
94 
94 
97 
94 
95 
94 
94 
96 


1074 
2411 
2513 
2514 
2514 
1609 
2387 
1506 

692 
1120 

853 


671,104 


Apr. 2 


339 


82 


95 


70 


683,249 


Sept. 24 


2888 


662 


96 


2499 



80 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Cochran, Stephen J. , Silex, Mo. Knockdown camp-stove _ 

Cochrane, Douglas M. B. H., London, England. Tea or coffee pot 

Cochrane, Thomas W. , Rochester, N. Y. Game-counter 

Cockrill, Goodloe. et al. (See Gray and Cox, assignors.) 

Coddington, Cephas D., assignor of one-half to O. C. Robertson, Decatur, 111. 



Cloth- 



piler 

Cody, Charles M., and A. J. Houwers, Sheboygan Falls, Wis. Mop-wringer 

Cody, DonE., assignor to Elk Manufacturing and Vending Company, Washington, D. C. 

Vending-machine ___ _ 

Cody, Frederick A. and R. D., Chicago, 111. Hydrocarbon incandescent lamp._ 

Cody, Miles S.^Washington, D. C. Vending apparatus 



Cody, Robert D. (See Cody, Frederick A. and R. D. ) 
Coe, Aimer. (See Weinstein, Jacob, assignor.) 
Coe, Charles E., assignor to D. T. Graham, St. Louis, Mo 
Coe, Charles T. (See Hewitt, James E., assignor.) 

Coe, Daniel E., Darby, Pa. Manufacturing yarn and fabrics from silk waste.. 

Coe. ElbridgeG., Sparta, Ohio. Cover for sliding-door tracks 

Coe, Henry H., Painesville, Ohio. Veneer-cutting machine 

Coe, Sherman P., Kansas City, Mo. Cigar-case 

Coe, Walter H., Providence, R. I. Package-roll for holding and applying metallic leaf.. 

Coe, Walter H., Providence, R. I. Machine for packaging decorative films 

Coe, Walter H., Providence, R. I. Device for applying metallic leaf 

Coe, Walter H., Providence, R. I. Package-roll for holding and applying metallic leaf.. 
Coes, Frederick L., et al. (See Bottomly, Frank, assignor.) 
Coes, John H., et al. (See Bottomly, Frank, assignor.) 
Coes, Loring. (See Searle, Frederick, assignor.) 

Coes, Loring, assignor to Coes Wrench Company. Worcester, Mass. Wrench 

Coes Wrench Company. (See Coes, Loring, assignor.) 

Coffey, Daniel S., St. Paul, Minn. Copy-holder ___ 

Coffin, Charles P., assignor to Michigan Barrel Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Refrig- 
erator shelf -support _ 



677,176 

678,720 
681,528 



680,407 
672,699 

674,601 
670,013 
676,531 



Die and forming-machine 674,852 



672,055 
688,595 
680,642 
687,815 
668,575 
668,576 
668,849 
678,162 



Coffin, Thomas A., West New Brighton, N. Y. Hoisting apparatus _ 

Coffin, Thomas A., West New Brighton, N. Y. Hoisting-boom 

Coffinberry, Corwin C, Union, Oreg. Mowing-machine 

Cogeen, Harry, assignor of one-half to A. G. Adams, Goldfield, Colo. Cap-crimping tool. 

Cogger, William B., Springfield, 111. Adjustable furniture 

Cogger, William B., Springfield, 111., assignor to American School Furniture Company, 

Jersey City, N. J. Hinge-joint 

Coggswell, Henry J., et al. (See Reynolds, Charles R., assignor.) 

Coghe, Andrew. (See Krashowitz and Coghe.) 

Coghlin, Bernard J., Montreal, Canada. Tie-plate ._ 

Cogswell, Henry J., Hartford, Conn. Electric time-switch. 



680,124 

678,541 

682,035 

684,675 

686,205 
673,016 I 
680,643 
687,675 i 

683,439 

690,235 
669,477 



Cogswell, John W. (See Koch and Cogswell.) 

Cogswell, Wilfred G., Cook County, 111., assignor of two-fifths to P. I. Wells and A. W. 
Sprague, Hammond, Ind. Boiler-flue plug _.. _ 

Cogswell, William B., et al. (See Sweet, John E., assignor.) 

Cohen, Cosman H., London, England. Machine for setting off impressions on glass or 
other brittle substances. 

Cohen, Hartwig A. (See Grant, Thomas, assignor.) 

Cohen, Morris S. (See Robinson, Frank T., assignor.) 

Cohen, Mose. (See Loree, Manfred U., assignor.) 

Cohen, Simon, Erie, Pa. Safety attachment for watches __ 

Colin, Lester, et al. (See Pinover, Alexander, assignor.) 

Cohn, Moses, et al. (See Neill and Tinker, assignors.) 

Cohn, Samuel, assignor of one-half to A. Caplan, New York, N. Y Sewing-machine for 
gathering the mouths of tubular structures ._ - 

Cohu, Henri A., Paris, France. Cask _._ _ __. 

Coiffier, Henry E., Vieville, and A. Majestfi, Neuilly, France. Machine for mixing and( 
molding plastic earths _ _ 5 

Coin Operating Book Holder Co. (See Fisher. Harvey L., assignor.) 

Colahan, Charles, Chicago, 111. Belt-tightener for harvesters -- 

Colahan, Charles, Chicago, 111. Apron-tightener for harvesters __ 

Colahan, Charles, Chicago, 111. Grain-binder - 

Colahan, Charles, Chicago, 111. Grain-binder 

Colas, Louis J. B. A. (See Chalandre, Colas, and Gerard.) 

Colbert, Carl. (See Neuber, Tambour, and Colbert.) 

Colborn, Tillman L., Basehor, Kans. Book-mark _ 

Colborne, Oliver, Chicago, 111., assignor to Tomlinson Veneer Barrel Company, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. Veneer-package equalizer _ _ _ 

Colburn, Adoniram J., assignor of one-half to E. J. Gordon, Greenville, Mich. Fork at- 
tachment -_ 

Colburn, Herbert C. (See Proske, Theodore H., assignor.) 

Colburn. William P. (See Brehm, Leonard J., assignor.) 

Colby, Charles H., Mount Pleasant, assignor of one-half to R. F. Struthers, Des Moines, 
Iowa. Electric conductor and attachment for priuOng-presses 

Colby, Clarence L., New Paris, Ohio, and C. F. Peelle, Richmond, Ind. Door-operating^ 
device 5 

Colby, Jesse P., et al. (See Gill, Lester W., assignor.) 

Colby, M. F. (See Baker, Samuel A., assignor.) 

Colby, Sheridan J., Detroit, Mich. Outside water-closet - 

Colcord, I vory G. , Des Moines, Iowa. Brake for two- wheeled vehicles 

Coldren. William P., assignor of one-half to G. F. Lauser, Lebanon, Pa. Jar-top 

Cold well, Harry T. (See Coldwell, William H. and H. T.) 

Coldwell, Harry T., Newburgh, N. Y., and'F. B. Sharpe, Portland, Me. Adjustable sup- 
porting device _. ._ _ 

Coldwell, Joseph, and C. G. Gildard, Fall River, Mass. Warp stop-motion for looms. 
(Reissue) _ 



Coldwell, Thomas and W. H., Newburg, N. Y. Motor lawn-mower 

Coldwell, William H. (See Coldwell, Thomas and W. H.) 

Coldwell, William H. and H. T., Newburg, N. Y. Bearing adjustment. 

Cole, Alva B., Petoskey, Mich. Skirt-guard for vehicles 

Cole, Arthur, London, England. Horse-boot 



686,387 
665,180 

681,017 



678,542 
675,882 

673,045 

671,470 
675,196 
677,943 
690,134 



673,534 
664,928 
671,393 



687,932 
683,102 



676,302 
669,135 
680,125 



677,758 

11,923 
669,437 

669,436 

672,975 
671,308 



June 25 
July 16 
Aug. 27 



Aug. 13 
Apr. 23 

May 21 
Mar. 19 
June 18 

May 28 

Apr. 16 
Dec. 10 
Aug. 13 
Dee. 3 
Feb. 19 
Feb. 19 
Feb. 26 
July 9 



Aug. 6 

July 16 

Sept. 3 

Oct. 15 

Nov. 5 
Apr. 30 
Aug. 13 
Nov. 26 

Oct. 1 

Dec. 31 
Mar. 5 



Nov. 12 
Jan. 1 

Aug. 20 



July 16 
June 11 

Apr. 30 

Apr. 9 

May 28 

July 9 

Dec. 31 



May 7 
Jan. 1 
Apr. 2 

Dec. 3 
Sept. 24 



June 11 
Mar. 5 
Aug. 6 

July 2 

July 30 
Mar. 5 

Mar. 5 
Apr. 30 
Apr. 2 



3401 
2607 
3411 



1267 
3420 

2270 
1789 
2259 

2711 

2198 
1699 
1677 
196 
2509 
2570 
3148 
1571 



741 

2308 

717 
2334 

923 

4054 
1678 
3793 

23 

4825 
731 



1237 
681 

2457 

2309 
981 

4108 

1110 
3338 
1166 
4637 

334 

198 



433 
2625 



1831 
115 
742 



770 

4652 
649 

648 

3963 

811 



780 
601 
757 



279 
787 

524 
1416 
1417 

502 



620 



400 

371 

53 

576 

577 
704 
362 



164 
520 

155 

1528 
| 529 
204 
930 
372 
837 



1116 

1171 

172 



274 



152 



544 



521 

216 

(941 

)942 

256 

760 
268 
1070 



78 
41 
218 

105 
\6U3 
'(604 



407 
25 
164 



185 

1046 
(150 
1 151 

150 
910 

180 



95 



96 

96 

96 I 2006 
►97 505 



97 i 1149 
905 
1395 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



81 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



727 
530 
529 

025 

2487 

1545 

1012 

1753 
611 

1046 
854 

1600- 
657 
398 

2548 



2540 

1882 
947 

801 

200 

1149 
1220 

114 
2072 
2072 
2359 
2359 

652 
344 

1108 
1511 

2448 

2448 

154 
1074 
262 

356 



2096 

1332 

568 

2538 

2131 
1031 
1U31 
1129 
1935 
2618 
1814 

483 

1394 
7 

1450 



186& 
1174 

176 

1818; 

872 
1506 



Cole, Bert A. (See Ryther and Cole.) 

Cole, Charles D., Sullivan, 111. Car-loader _ 

Cole, Charles E., Saco, Me. Car-seat 

Cole, Ernest C, Chicago, 111. Heating-stove 

Cole, Ernest C, Chicago, 111., assignor to Cole Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111., 

and Council Bluffs, Iowa. Stove 

Cole, Ernest C, Chicago, 111., assignor to Cole Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111., 

and Council Bluffs, Iowa. Device for use in extracting ashes 

Cole, Frank W. (See White and Cole.) 

Cole, George M., Coloma, Mich. Potato-digging machine 

Cole, Jacob S., and G. E. Swartz, Homestead, Pa. Automatic reverse cut-out for elec- 
tric traveling and hoisting cranes . 

Cole, James P., et al. (See Whisler, John C, assignor.) 

Cole, John A., Boston, Mass. Coupling for conduit outlet-boxes ! 

Cole, John A., Boston, Mass. Insulating-bushing j 

Cole, John N.,assignorof one half to W. W. Kelley, Des Moines, Iowa. Automatic band- | 
cutter and self-feeder. _ ' 

Cole, John T., Malmaison, Va. Fertilizer-distributer 

Cole Manufacturing Company. (See Cole, Ernest C, assignor.) 

Cole, Rebecca J., Oliu, Iowa. Kitchen-cabinet 

Cole, Simeon L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Non-refillable bottle 

Cole, William F., Waco, Tex. Projectile.-. 

Cole, William F., Waco, Tex. Cartridge for guns 

Colegrove, Austin E. (See Welling and Colegrove.) 

Coleman, Clarence W. (See Coleman, Clyde J., assignor.) 

Coleman, Clarence W., Chicago, 111., assignor of three-fifths to T. J. Ryan, New York, 
N. Y. Refrigeration system 

Coleman, Clarence W., Westfield, N. J., and L. Thomas, Chicago, 111., assignors to Hall 
Signal Company. Signal-operating apparatus. 

Coleman, Clyde, assignor to Bankers Electric Protective Company, Chicago, 111. Bur- 
glar-alarm system 

Coleman, Clyde, Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne assignments, to G. B. French, Boston, 
Mass., and F. L. Hall, New York, N. Y. Burglar-alarm system _. 

Coleman, Clyde J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to C. W. Coleman, Chicago, 111. 
Refrigeration system 

Coleman, Clyde J., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne assignments, to G. B. French, Bos- 
ton, Mass., and F. L. Hall, New York, N. Y. Repeater for telephone-circuits 

Coleman, Edgar P., Chicago, 111. Governor " 

Colemari, Edward M., Chicago, 111., assignor of one-half to E. Constant, St. Paul, Minn. 

Combined nipper and meter 1 

Coleman, George D., Boston, Mass. Metallic surface-sheathing _. 

Making metallic surface-sheathing 

Antif ouling coating ._ 

Antifouling coating 

assignor to Coleman White Lead Company, Port- 



C79.048 
684,747 
666,130 

667,004 

670,767 

674,602 

673,317 

675,127 
684,909 

679,725 
679,298 

674,758 
685,030 
671,877 



Coleman, George D., Boston, Mass. 
Coleman, George D., Boston, Mass. 
Coleman, George D., Boston, Mass. 
Coleman, George D., Boston, Mass., 

land, Me. Comminuting-machine 

Coleman, Horace P., Providence, R. I. Compensating gear 

Coleman, James M., Yazoo City, Miss. Planter. 

Coleman, James V., San Francisco, Cal. Amalgam-squeezing machine. 

Coleman, John E., Spokane, Wash. Mining apparatus 



Coleman, John E., Spokane, Wash. Mining _ 

Coleman, John P., Edgewood Park, assignor to Union Switch and Signal Company, 

Swissvale, Pa. Indicating mechanism 

Coleman, Joseph E., Frankfort, Ind. Rein-guard for vehicle-thills 

Coleman, Joseph H., Beardstown, 111. Pen 

Coleman, Thomas, Jr., Rochester, Pa. Mechanism for manufacturing glassware 

Coleman White Lead Company. (See Coleman, George D.. assignor.) 
Coleman, William H.. et al. (See Miller, John A., assignor.) 

Coleman, William R., Quincy, 111. Baling-press 

Coles, Albert D., Newark, N. J. Pipe coupling or union 

Coles, Frank G. (See Springer, Aaron M., assignor. ) 

Coles, Frederick S., Balham, England. Motor-vehicle 

Colgate, Arthur E., New York, N. Y. Flash-light cartridge _ 

Colgate, Arthur E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Signal and Control Company, 

New York, N. Y. Time-stamp _ 

Colgrove, James, Clearwater, Minn. Potato-harvester 

Colin, Theodore F., Elizabeth, N. J. Desulfurizing petroleum-oils 

Collar, Adoniram J., Yreka, Cal. Extensible fly-escape 

Collar, Adoniram J., Yreka, Cal. Window fly-escape and closure 

Colledge, George L., assignor of one-half to C. A. Van Dusen, Canton, Ohio. Air-brake 
Collenburg, Henry G., Brooklyn, N. Y. Device for ornamenting walls, &c _ 

Colles, Edward G. T., Chicago, 111. Feed-water heater and purifier 

Colles, Edward G. T., Chicago, 111. Steam-heater __ 

Colles, Edward G. T., Chicago, 111. Feed-water heater and purifier 

Collette, Auguste, Fils, and A. Boidin, Seclin, France. Apparatus for the manufacture? 

of alcohol - ) 

Collette, Honore, et al. (See Cary, George W., assignor.) 
Collette, Ulric E., et al. (See Cary, George W., assignor.) 

Collewuie, Friedrich, Hamburg, Germany. Water-gage 

Colley, Walter W., London, England. Machinery for covering electrical or other wires? 

for 'insulating purposes J 

Collier, Arthur T., St. Albans, assignor of one-half to E. O. Goss, London, England.? 

Vehicle-tire 



Collier. Arthur T., St. Albans, assignor of one-half to E. O. Goss, London, England. 

for securing tires to wheels of road- vehicles 

Collier, Frederick W., Worcester, Mass. Laundry-iron _. 

Collier, Frederick W.. Worcester. Mass. Starching-machine 

Collier, Jesse N., et al. (See Levings. Enoc. assignor.) 

Collier, Louis. Cripplecreek, Colo. Ore-bucket dumper and chute 



Means? 
S 



670,915 

687.816 
667,115 

666,737 

677,845 

686,206 
680,198 

683,726 
682,173 
682,174 
682,913 
682,914 

666,409 
671,719 
679,888 
668,48S 

689,166 

689,167 

6S3,849 
673,422 
677,944 

671,757 



682.240 
674,077 

684,793 
676,979 

688,391 
685,908 
685,907 
079,940 
681,844 
689,576 
669,136 

665,995 

674,257 
683,440 

668,306 



681,681 
673.694 

671,332 

681,619 

666.921 
674.497 

677,560 



July 23 
Oct. 15 
Jan. 15 

Jan. 29 

Mar. 26 

May 21 

Apr. 30 

May 28 
Oct. 22 

Aug. 6 
July 30 

May 21 
Oct. 22 
Apr. 9 
Sept. 24 



Mar. 26 

Dec. 3 
Jan. 29 

Jan. 29 

July 2 
Nov. 5 
Aug. 6 

Oct. 1 
Sept. 10 
Sept. 10 
Sept. 17 
Sept. 17 

Jan. 22 
Apr. 9 
Aug. 6 
Feb. 19 

Dec. 17 

Dec. 17 

Oct. 1 
May 7 
July 9 

Apr. 9 



Sept. 10 
May 14 

Oct. 22 

June 25 

Dec. 10 
Nov. 5 
Nov. 5 
Aug. 6 
Sept. 3 
Dec. 24 
Mar. 5 

Jan. 15 

May 14 
Oct. 1 

Feb. 19 



Sept. 3 

May 7 

Apr. 2 

Aug. 27 

Jan. 29 
May 21 

July 2 



3329 
2404 
2441 

4280 

3165 

2273 

4602 

3225 
2771 

15 
3841 

3544 

:.:'.i<H 
1*52 
a 22 



3423 

198 
4380 

3631 

951 

925 
878 

553 
943 
945 

22'. IS 
2300 

2989 

1581 

327 

2415 

2758 

2762 

767 
104 
1168 

1647 



1076 
1302 

255S 
3123 

1295 
345 
343 
438 
352 

3519 
116 

2202 

1617 
25 

2097 



17 
612 

846 

3584 

4012 
2084 

417 



744 
560 
564 



744 

(525 
1526 

1065 

733 
631 

4,5 



588 



430 
715 



813 

53,54 
C1006 

?1007 



224 

204 
(195 
| 196 

122 
212 
212 
518 
519 

692 

366 
70 

542 
(639 
^640 
(641 

641 

169 
24 

269 



243 
301 

585 
697 

298 
71 

""92 

70 

824 

25 

(507 

I 508 

374 

6 

(463 

(464 



5 

1143 
1 144 
j 187 
1188 
(795 
)796 
926 
4S3 

100 



96 I 89 



6 PAT 



82 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical lint of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Collier, William, St. Paul, assignor of one-half to S. E. Mills, Minneapolis, Minn. Endless 
adjustable screen _ 

Collier, William H., Jackson, Tenn. Valve-actuating mechanism 

Colligan, William, Waterbury, Conn. Liquid-cooler _ 

Collignon, Adam, Westwood, N. J. Folding chair _ _ 

Collin, Firm of W. (See Collin, Georg, assignor.) 

Collin, Georg, assignor to Firm of W. Collin, Berlin, Germany. Marbling or decorating 
leather __ 



Collin, George W., Bridgeport, Conn. Acetylene-gas generator 

Collin, Simon C, Wissahickon, assignor of one-half to W. White, Jr., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Charging and drawing apparatus _ _. 

Collings, Richard, and A. C. Griscom, New York, N. Y. Carbonator 

Collins, Alvin, Fond du Lac, Wis. Combination envelop and letter-sheet __ 

Collins, Alvin, Fond du Lac, Wis. Combined letter-sheet and envelop 

Collins, Archie F., assignor to C. A. Chase, Philadelphia, Pa. Wireless telegraphy 

Collins, Arthur L., Scran ton, Pa. Garment-stretcher 

Collins, Caleb G., assignor to C. A. Stevens, New York, N. Y. Making paint 

Collins, Caleb G., assignor to C. A. Stevens, New York, N. Y. Making paint 

Collins, Caleb G., Woodmere, assignor to C. A. Stevens, New York, N. Y. Amalgamator. 

Collins, Caleb G., Woodmere, assignor to C. A. Stevens, New York, N. Y. Amalgama- 
tion of ores _ 

Collins, Clarkson A. (See Birchmore, Woodbridge H., assignor.) 

Collins, Daniel, Allegheny, Pa. Nipple-chuck _ 

Collins, Edson B., Chicago, 111. Flexible shafting 

Collins, Francis E., Conshohocken, Pa. Damper-regulator 

Collins, Frank, Austin, Tex. Combined turning and leveling plow _ 

Collins, Frank B., Vassar, Mich. Machine for stringing wires --- 

Collins, Frank W., Rockland, Me. Package for shipping shell -fish, &c 

Collins, J. Burnett. (See McNaught, Ira S., assignor.) 

Collins, James I., assignor to S. Sanford & Sons, Amsterdam, N. Y. Loom for weaving 
tufted pile fabrics 

Collins, Jeremiah F., Brockton, Mass. Hinge .__ 

Collins, Jeremiah F., Brockton, Mass. Hinged split follower . 

Collins, John, assignor of one-half to W. Fogelsong, Dayton, Ohio. Loading appara- 
tus 



Collins, John T., assignor of one-half to W. L. Curtiss, Hartford, Conn. Automobile) 
street-sweeper ) 

Collins, John T., Hartford, assignor of one-half to W. L. Curtiss, Winsted, Conn. Street 



sweeper 

Collins, John W., Duluth, Minn. Expansible flue-cutter 

Collins, John W,, Richmond, Va. Stock-releasing device 

Collins, John W., Richmond, Va. Transplanting-machine _ 

Collins, Joseph W., Pawtucket, R. I. Spindle-holder for spinning and twisting machines 

Collins, Leslie W., assignor to Collins Storage Battery Company, Chicago, 111. Separa- 
tor for batteries .. 

Collins, Leslie W., assignor to B. W. McCausland, Chicago, 111. Secondary battery 

Collins, Maurice M., Goodison, Mich. Dumping-wagon ._ 

Collins, Paul E., „ssignor of two-thirds to L. H. Atkins, Boston, and H. A. Clifford, Med- 
ford, Mass. Type-writer _ 

Collins, Paul E., assignor of two-thirds to L. H. Atkins, Boston, and H. A. Clifford, Med- 
ford, Mass. Type-writer 

Collins Plow Company. (See Brown, John W., assignor.) 

Collins, Richard, assignor of one-half to S. R. Collins, Washington, D. C. Sash-lock and 
antirattler _ _. 

Collins, Robert F., Manchester, Ohio. Sad-iron.. 

Collins, Samuel, Lanes Bottom, W. Va. Blackboard 

Collins, Samuel W., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Consolidated 
Rubber Tire Company, Jersey City, N. J. Rubber-tire machine 

Collins, Stephen R. (See Collins, Richard, assignor.) 

Collins Storage Battery Company. (See Collins, Leslie W., assignor.) 

Collins, Thomas, Chicago, 111. Strainer attachment for pumps. 

Collins, Thomas, and E. L. Hartmann, Bainbridge, N. Y., assignors to American Sepa- 
rator Company, of New York. Centrifugal cream-separator 

Collins, William J., assignor to New Bedford Boiler & Machine Co., New Bedford, Mass. 
Automatic valve _ .. 

Collis, Fred L._, Iowa Falls, Iowa. End-gate 

Ankle-protector -.. 

Elevator signal system 

Machine for folding table-napkins or other flat linen 



Collis, Henry J . Brooklyn, N. Y 
Collom, Martin H., Denver, Colo 
Collon, Eugene, Cannes, France, 
articles 



Colman, Charles T., Elwood, Ind. Windmill - 

Colman, Howard D., Rockford, 111. Knot-tying implement 

Colman, Howard D., Rockford, 111. Knot-tying implement 

Colman, Howard D., Rockford, assignor to Creamery Package Manufacturing Company. \ 

Chicago, 111. Liquid-meter _ 5 

Colman, William R., Quincy, 111. Baling-press - 

Colman, William R., Quincy, 111. Baling-press -- 

Colman, William R., assignor of one-half to F. C. Andrews, Quincy, 111. Baling-press. .. 

Colomy, Carl E., Elkton, Va. Acetylene-gas generator 

Colorado Iron Works Company. (See Nesmith, John W.. assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Colorado-Philadelphia Reduction Company. (See Durant, Frederick C, assignor.) 

Colpitts, Calvin N., Boston, Mass., assignor to American Shade Machine Company, Bos- 
ton, Mass., and Portland. Me. Cloth cutting and folding machine - 

Colpitts, Calvin N., Boston, Mass., assignor to American Shade Machine Company, Bos- 
ton, Mass., and Portland, Me. Cloth cutting and folding machine - 

Colt, Samuel F., et al, (See Hager, August, assignor.) 

Colt, William D. (See Spencer, Charles R., assignor.) 

Colton, Arthur, Detroit, Mich. Machine for making dress-stays 

Colton, Arthur, Detroit, Mich. Pill-forming machine 

Colton, Arthur, Detroit, Mich. Pill-forming machine - - 

Colton, Marie A., assignor of two-thirds to A. Montville and L. Harwood, Kansas City, 
Mo. Hemming-gage 



669,508 
677,858 
068,165 
668.489 



670,396 
681,166 

686,508 
071,689 
686.260 
686,261 
685,742 
673,197 
666,262 
666,302 
668,282 

668,283 

670,468 
680,315 
682,791 

672,752 
687,727 

68(1.501; 



668,679 
667,838 
679,947 

684,911 
669,683 

669,684 
679,274 
682,320 
684,410 
675,934 

668,284 
669,064 
688,829 

667,295 

667,649 



667,616 
689,288 
689,539 

676,646 



664,833 

679,948 

688,830 
677,945 
672,146 
668,438 

677,436 
679,109 
672,635 

672,636 

684,910 

671,940 
675,197 
678,941 
689,540 



678,099 
678,100 

674,960 
684,912 
637,199 

689,354 



Mar. 12 
July 9 
Feb. 19 
Feb. 19 



Mar. 19 
Aug. 20 

Nov. 12 
Apr. 9 
Nov. 12 
Nov. 12 
Nov. 5 
Apr. 30 
Jan. 22 
Jan. 22 
Feb. 19 

Feb. 19 

Mar. 26 
Aug. 13 
Sept. 17 
Apr. 23 
Dec. 3 
Aug. 13 



Feb. 26 
Feb. 12 
Aug. 6 

Oct. 22 
Mar. 12 

Mar. 12 
July 23 
Sept. 10 
Oct. 15 
June 11 

Feb. 19 
Feb. 26 
Dec. 17 

Feb. 5 

Feb. 5 



Feb. 5 
Dec. 17 
Dec. 24 

June 18 



Jan. 1 

Aug. 6 

Dec. 17 

July 9 

Apr. 16 

Feb. 19 

July 2 
July 23 
Apr. 23 

Apr. 23 

Oct, 22 

Apr. 9 
May 28 
July 23 
Dec. 24 



July 9 
July 9 

May 28 
Oct. 22 
Nov. 26 

Dec. 17 



809 

978 

1823 

2416 



2511 
2728 

1473 

1535 

1016 

1017 

19 

4388 
2686 
2770 
2053 

2054 

2646 
1091 
21)69 
3538 
38 
1551 



2790 
1245 
439 

2777 
1119 

1122 
3774 
1216 
1865 
1084 

2056 
3583 
2105 

230 

879 



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:-!44T 



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441 

2106 
1169 
2364 
2329 

186 
3462 
3292 

3300 

2773 

1969 
3339 

3109 
3448 



1454 
1459 

2890 
2779 
2872 

3081 



230 
407 
542 



| 604 
)605 

326 
354 
225 
225 

4 
1012 



454 

454 

619 
242 
468 
809 
8,9 
341 



623 

273 

92 



266 

266 
842 
276 
413 
240 

455 
799 
492 

50 

188 



176 



551 



92,93 

492 
269 
546 
522 

45 

772 
762 
762 
763 
631 
632 
456 
760 
696 



I 835 



665 

(632 

\ 633 

627 

718 



94 



94 



94 



94 1142 
94 



94 

96 

97 
96 
95 

94 1492 



95 421 

95 1775 

96 I 683 

97 i 2605 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



83 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company. (See Peard, James J., assignor.) 
Columbia and Electric Vehicle Company. (See Atkins, Harold B., assignor.) 
Columbia and Electric Vehicle Company. (See Condict, George H., assignor.) 
Columbia and Electric Vehicle Company. (See Fiske, Henry G., assignor.) 
Columbia and Electric Vehicle Company. (See Hadley, Charles E., assignor.) 
Columbia and Electric Vehicle Company. (See Maxim and Bardwell, assignors.) 
Columbia Brake & Supply Company. (See Price, William G., assignor.) 
Columbia Postal Supply Company. (See Ielfield, Fred C, assignor.) 
Columbia Wire Sewing Lock Stitch Machine Co. (See Normancut, Enoch, assignor.) 
Columbian Cotton Harvester Company. (See Miles, Don D., assignor.) 
Columbus Pharmacal Company. (See Hullinger, Lynus E., assignor.) 
Columbus Pharmacal Company. (See Linville, Lewis O., assignor.) 

Colvin, Henry F., Philadelphia, Pa. Steam-engine 

Colvin, Henry F., Philadelphia, Pa. Steam-engine 

Colvin, James N., Chicago, 111. Page-index for books 

Colwell, Charles W., Delhi, N. Y. Cow-tail holder 

Colyer, Elias B., Pittsburg, Pa. Rail-joint 

Comber, Edwin F., Selkirk, Canada. Lock-bolt 

Combination Fountain Company. (See Smith, Caleb, assignor.) 

Combs, Clark W., Leavenworth, Kans. Sheet separating, feeding, and guiding appliance . 

Combs, Oscar E., Ringgold, Iowa. Sewing-machine brake... 

Combs, Samuel W., assignor of one-half to H B. Warner, New York, N. Y. Theatrical 
device 

Combs, William D., Canon City, Colo. Rope or cord fastening _ 

Comes, Keros L. (See McDowell, Bengough, and Comes.) 

Comins, Charles S., Quincy, Mass. Transmitter for educational purposes 

Comins, Charles S., Quincy, Mass. Transmitter for educational purposes 

Comins, Frank B., Sharon, Mass. Picker-staff -checking device 

Comins, Frank B. , Sharon, Mass. Pneumatic picker-checking device 

Comins, Frank B., Sharon, Mass. Picker-staff controller. 

Comins, Frank B., Sharon, Mass., assignor to American Moistening Company, of Maine. 

Dampening-machine 

Comley, Charles H. L. (See Comley, Joseph W., R. W., and C. H. L.) 

Comley. Joseph W., R. W., and C. H. L.. Braddock, assignors of one-twentieth to P. T. 

Cook, Homestead, Pa. Welding metals 

Comley, Robert W. (See Comley, Joseph W., R. W., and C. H. L. ) 

Comly, T Elwood, Charleston, S. C. Timber-separator 

Commanditgesellschaf t Spiegel, Nacker & Co. (See Lachenmeyer, Hermann, assignor.) 

Comminge, Frank, Pittsburg, Pa. Resistance-coil 

Comminge, Frank, Pittsburg, Pa. Graduated resistance-coil 

Comminge, Frank, and A. P. Sipe, Allegheny, Pa. Nut-lock 

Common, Andrew A., Ealing, England. Apparatus for sighting ordnance 

Commons, Frederick W., Ballarat, Victoria. Composite telegraph or other pole orpost. 
Compagnie Continentale dTncandescence et de Chauffage, (Systemes Frank & Poit- 

rimol.) (See Van Dyck, Leon, assignor.) 
Compagnie Internationale du Frein Electro-Hydraulique Durey. (See Durey, Camille, 

assignor.) 
Compagnie Internationale du Frein Electro-Hydraulique Durey. (See Goldschmidt, 

Andr§, assignor.) 
Compound Magnet Brake Company. (See Green, Alfred, assignor.) 
Compound Magnet Brake Company. (See Green, Alfred, assignor.) (Reissue.) 
Compound Magnet Brake Company et al. (See Duppler, Anton, assignor.) 
Compressed Air Motor Company. (See Hardie, Robert, assignor.) 
Compressed Air Motor Company. (See Sessions, Henry H., assignor.) 

Compton, James E., Lynn, Mass. Rotary brush 

Compton, Melvin D., East Orange, N. J. Acetylene-gas generator 

Compton, Melvin D., Orange, N. J., assignor to F. Fuller, trustee, New York, N. Y. 

Acetylene-gas generator 

Computing Scale Company. (See Morris, Cornelius S., assignor.) 

Computing Scale Company. (See Ozias, Orange O., assignor.) 

Computing Scale Company. (See Smith, Albert U., assignor.) 

Computing Scale Company. (See Wiese, Otto, assignor.) 

Comstock, Asa M., assignor to Independent Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. 

Hand-stamp 

Comstock, Charles, Richmond, Va. Pneumatic-railway system 

Comstock, Clarence A., Madison, Wis. Valve-gear 

Comstock, Edwin M., Cascade Valley, N. V. Center punch and gage 

Comstock, Ezra Y., et al. (See Clark and Cothran, assignors.) 

Comstock, Henry W., Boston, Mass. Tobacco-pipe 

Comstock, Sylvester B., La Colorado, Mexico. Game-table 

Conant, George H., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to E. & T. Fairbanks & Co., St. Johns- 
bury, Vt. Dump weighing-scale __ 

Conant, Roger W., Boston, Mass. Toy.. _. 

Conant. Roger W. Boston, Mass. Game 

Conant, Roger W., Boston, Mass. System of testing coils 

Conboie, Joseph A., Virginia City, Nev. Hand-case 

Con boy, John W., Hamilton, Ohio. Garment-supporter ._ _ 

Conclin, David B.. Highland, Ky. Windlass «_ -.. 

Cond, Louis D. (See Sevison and Cond.) 

Conde. Alonzo B., DeLmar, N. Y. Reflector _ 

Conderman, Alice M. (See Conderman, Jay G., assignor.) 

Conderman, Jay G., Troy, Pa., assignor to A. M. Conderman, Hornellsville, N. Y. Pleas-) 
ure-wheel _ ) 

Condict, George H., assignor to Electric Vehicle Company, New York, N. Y. Storage-) 
battery -transfer car _ _ 5 

Condict, George H.. New York, N. Y., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Columbia and 
Electric Vehicle Company, Jersey City, N. J., and Hartford, Conn. Battery box or 
tray for motor-vehicles _ _ __ 

Condict, George H., assignor to Electric Vehicle Co., New York, N. Y. System of charg-( 
ing storage batteries _ _ 5 

Condict, George H., assignor to Electric Vehicle Co., New York, N. Y. Elevator and 
transfer-crane for storage batteries 



679,949 
679,950 
685.257 
690,236 
684,193 
671,792 

677,062 
676,574 

672,311 
670,129 

680,695 
683.171 
677,561 
677,562 
677,563 

684,676 



688,162 

674,455 

668,555 
675,373 
671,584 

670,579 

684,044 



680,990 
679,726 

684,794 



687,603 
680,843 

671,183 
677,339 

675.768 
672,354 

676,601 
672,889 
673,535 
684,541 
685,574 
686.887 
668,093 

682,602 

669,621 
666,303 



667,189 
677,156 

682,175 



Aug. 6 
Aug. 6 
Oct. 29 
Dec. 31 
Oct. 8 
Apr. 9 

June 25 
June 18 

Apr. 16 

Mar. 19 

Aug. 20 
Sept. 24 
July 2 
July 2 
July 2 

Oct. 15 



Dec. 3 

May 21 

Feb. 19 
June 4 
Apr. 9 

Mar. 26 

Oct. 8 



Aug. 20 
Aug. 6 

Oct. 22 



Nov. 26 
Aug. 20 

Apr. 2 
July 2 

June 4 
Apr. 16 

June 18 
Apr. 30 
May 7 
Oct. 15 
Oct. 29 
Nov. 19 
Feb. 12 

Sept. 17 

Mar. 12 
Jan. 22 



Feb. 5 
June 25 

Sept. 10 



443 
446 
3413 
4826 
1428 
1704 

3260 
2337 

2673 
1999 

1842 
27:« 
419 
421 
422 

2336 



878 

2007 

2519 

8 

1328 

2S31 

1159 



2402 
17 



25.-.9 



3646 
2132 

537 

13 

740 
2761 

2389 
3793 
334 

2075 
4024 
2232 
1675 



1010 
2771 



3128 



93 

94 
787 
1116 
319 
394 

(732 

I 733 

523 

618 
464 

404 
629 
100 
101 
101 

529 



198 
465 

567 
2 

307 
(661 
(662 

256 



96 
96 
97 
97 
97 
95 

■95 
95 

95 
94 



96 
96 
96 



95 



•94 



530 
5 



585 



802 
466 
467 
121 
122 



157 



533 
871 
79 
469 
920 
494 
375 



240 
241 
642 
643 



7 
1772 
1773 

213 



96 



97 



97 



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95 
95 

95 
95 
95 
97 
97 
97 
94 

96 



^94 
{-94 

94 
(•95 

96 



1130 
1131 

765 
2902 

308 



2566 
2363 

573 

2234 

1450 

2467 

89 

89 

90 

505 

2022 

1490 

1534 
1860 
293 

2420 

254 



1562 
1046 



568 



1770 
1509 

114 
5 

2007 
5S9 

2374 
847 

1120 
452 
889 

1465 

1344 

2244 

2018 
607 



996 
2600 



2073 



84 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly- 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Condict, George H., assignor to Electric Vehicle Co., New York, N. Y. System and ap-( 
paratus for loading and unloading storage-batteries from motor-vehicles \ 

Condiff, Griff, Connellsville, Pa. Rail-joint _ 

Condon, Henry P., Dekalb, 111. Pipe-bending machine 

Condon, Thomas F., Dorset, Vt. Mop-wringer 

Condra, Isaac N., Seymour, Iowa. Portable straw-stacker 

Condra, Thomas. (See Blattner and Condra.) 

Cone, George C, and F. J. Cooper, Toledo, Ohio. Wheelbarrow 

Cone, Harry D. (See Alexander, John M., assignor.) 

Confectioners' Machinery & Manufacturing Company. (See Carlson, Gabriel, assignor.) 

Confer, David, Canisteo, N. Y. Valve.- _.. _ 

Confer, John E., Adams, Nebr. Wrench 

Congdon, Richard C, Philadelphia, Pa. Filter-press ._ . 

Conger, Charles A., Oakland, Cal. Rein-holder _ 

Conger, G. R. (See Foreman, William, assignor.) 

Conger, George V. A., Belleville, N. J., assignor to Electric Tripartite Steel Pole Com- 
pany. Pole for telegraphs, &c 

Conger Manufacturing Company. (See Watrous and Van Benschoten, assignors.) 

Conklin, George C, Roslvn, N. Y. Kitchen-table 

Conklin, Roy, Toledo, Ohio. Self-filling fountain-pen 

Conklin, William D., assignor of one-half toC.E. Weltmer, Nevada, Mo. Violin-bow frog 

Conkling, Allen, Chicago, 111. Soap-dish. _. 

Conkling, Allen, Chicago, 111. Feed-apron for mangles 

Conlee, J. P., Sheridan, Mich. Potato grader and cleaner 

Conley Camera Company. (See Henderson, Charles C, assignor.) 

Conley, Edward, deceased, New York, N. Y.; J. Conley, administrator. Beating-engine 

Conley, Edward, deceased, New York, N. Y.; J. Conley, administrator. Bed-roll 

Conley, James, administrator. (See Conley, Edward.) 

Conley, John, Denver, Colo. Ore-separator 1 

Conley, Joseph, Mound City, Mo. Union garment 

Conley, Joseph, Mound City, Mo. Combined garment and hammock 

Conley, Joseph, Mound City, Mo. Combined hammock and accoutrements '... 

Conley, Merit G., Longmont, Colo. Bedstead 

Conlin, Andrew J., Cambridge, assignor to Simplex Electrical Company, Boston, Mass. 
Electric vulcanizer . _ _ ._ _ 

Conn, Charles G., Elkhart, Ind. Valve musical instrument 

Conn, Charles G., and W. V. Pezzoni, Elkhart, Ind.; said Pezzoni assignor to said Conn. 
Portable organ 

Connecticut Web Company. (See Neuberger and Cleary, assignors.) 

Connell, Charles C, assignor to Haydenville Company, Haydenville, Mass. Safety and 
vacuum valve for expansion-pipes . _ 

Connell, Smith A., Las Vegas, N. Mex. Ter., assignor of one-half to J. E. Sullivan, Den- 
ver, Colo. Pipe-threading machine 

Connell, William J., Parkersburg, W. Va. Fender 

Conner, Carlton W., assignor of one-half to G. W. Howland, Toronto, Canada. Cleat for 
metallic shingles _ 

Conner, George F., Port Huron, Mich. Pneumatic straw-stacker. 

Conner, George F., Port Huron, Mich. Straw-burning furnace - 

Conner, George F., Port Huron, Mich. Combined dumper and spreader 

Conner, George F., Port Huron, Mich. Pump 

Conner, George F., Port Huron, Mich. Drive-belt for variable-speed gearing 

Conner, George F., Port Huron, Mich. Self-propelling grading and dirt-loading machine 

Conner, Harry M., Scranton, Pa. Game-board 

Conner, John L., Washington, D. C. Can-opener 

Conner, William S., Minneapolis, Minn. Coin-controlled newspaper-delivering machine 

Conners, Daniel O., Salem, Mass. Lug strap and holder 

Connerth, Daniel, Chunchula,Ala.,and J. Rothweiler, Chicago, 111. Safety-blind for horses 
Connington, Thomas W., assignor of one-half to C. W. Rarie, Parnassus, Pa. Apparatus 

for bending plate-glass 

Connolly, Frank H. (See Skinner and Connolly.) 

Connolly, Michael T., Jersey City, N. J. Device for cleaning sewers 

Connolly, William, San Francisco, Cal. Hair-curler 

Connor, H. G. (See Williams, Elmer B., assignor.) 

Connor, John M., Rockville, Conn. Combined curtain-supportand window-shade hanger 

Connor, John M., Chicago, 111. Harness-pad 

Connor, Patrick H., et al, (See Heald, Joseph C, assignor.) 

Connstein, Wilhelm, Charlottenburg, assignor to Firm of B. Jaff6, Merlinikenfelds, 

Germany. Piperazin quinate and making same 

Conover, Charles F., New York, N. Y. Condensing apparatus 

Conrad, Hugh V., Tarrytown, assignor to Rand Drill Company, New York, N. Y. Valve( 

for compressors ) 

Conrader, Rudolph, Erie, Pa. Pump-governor 

Conrader, Rudolph, Erie, Pa. Pump-governor 

Conro, James M. (See Davis, Thomas J., assignor.) 

Conroy, John J., Westchester, Pa. Chicken-coop 

Consolidated Car-Heating Company. (See McElroy, James F., assignor.) 

Consolidated Car-Heating Company. (See Reid, James, Jr., assignor.) 

Consolidated Fastener Company. (See Devine, William P., assignor.) 

Consolidated Fastener Company. (See Long, Thomas, assignor.) 

Consolidated Fastener Company. (See Stirckler, John D., assignor.) 

Consolidated Fastener Company. (See Washburne, James V.. assignor.) 

Consolidated Machine Specialty Company. (See Williams, Arthur S., assignor.) 

Consolidated Mining and Dredging Company. (See McFadden, William H., assignor.) 

Consolidated Railway Electric Lighting & Equipment Co. (See Kennedy,Patrick,assignor. ) 

Consolidated Rubber Tire Company. (See Collins, Samuel W., assignor.) 

Consolidated Rubber Tire Company. (See Grant, Arthur W., assignor.) 

Consolidated Rubber Tire Company. (See Krotz, Alvaro S., assignor.) 

Consolidated Safety Pin Company. (See Christophersen, Edward, Jr., assignor.) 

Consolidated Safety Pin Company. (See Goodfellow, John H., assignor. ) 

Constance, William, New Kensington, Pa. Table for tin-plate mills 



682,973 

680,023 
082,671 
671,815 
681,175 

686,262 



005,181 
670,130 

672,592 

679,951 

687,200 

670,845 
685,258 
676,028 
679,110 
689,794 
687,495 

678,226 
678,227 

686,263 

672,729 
672,730 
672,731 
681,874 

677,399 
676,029 

667,065 



687,817 

685,819 
668,850 

668,625 
672,732 
674,998 

678,543 

679,454 

688,718 

689,638 

672,933 
680,910 
673,760 
678,311 
681,682 

673,615 

672,593 
668,794 

673,385 
683,850 



665,879 

682,403 

688,392 

687,449 
687,450 

689,168 



Sept. 17 

Aug. 6 
Sept. 17 
Apr. 9 
Aug. 20 

Nov. 12 



Jan. 1 
Mar. 19 

Apr. 23 

Aug. 6 

Nov. 26 

Mar. 26 
Oct. 29 
June 11 
July 23 
Dec. 24 
Nov. 26 

July 9 
July 9 

Nov. 12 

Apr. 23 
Apr. 23 
Apr. 23 
Sept. 3 

July 2 

June 11 

Jan. 29 



Dec. 3 

Nov. 5 
Feb. 26 

Feb. 26 
Apr. 23 
May 28 

July 16 

July 30 

Dec. 10 

Dec. 24 

Apr. 30 
Aug. 20 
May 7 
July 9 
Sept. 3 

May 7 

Apr. 23 
Feb. 26 

May 7 
Oct. 1 



Jan. 15 
Sept. 10 

Dec. 10 

Nov. 26 
Nov. 26 

Dec. 17 



2400 

569 
1815 
1746 
2743 

1019 



20(11 



449 



2873 



3414 
1240 
3403 
3944 



1688 

1689 

1020 

3499 
3502 

350.", 
408 

110 
1252 

4281 

208 

181 
3149 

2682 
3505 
2966 

2311 

4157 
1903 
3624 
3861 

729 

1855 

18 



3210 
3037 



27 
770 



2013 
1352 

1298 

3345 
3349 

2764 



543 
544 
545 
123 
416 
404 



225 



152 
464 
744 
745 
94 



779 
787 
279 
773 
918 
753 

387 
387 

i 225 
I 220 
801 
801 
802 
82 

24 
(279 

I 280 



54 

37 
705 

601 

802 

679 

(521 

'I 522 

(933 

I 934 

447 

(850 

1851 

889 

495 

173 

427 



113 



745 
677 



6 
170 



i 208 
|299 
735 
736 

641 



667,190 



Feb. 5 



80 



96 
96 
95 

96 

97 



94 



■95 



97 



94 
97 



96 
97 



96 



95 



94 



97 
97 



94 
95 
95 



-96 



: 97 

95 
96 



95 



95 
94 



95 
97 



-97 

97 
97 

97 



94 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



85 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Constant, Emile. (See Coleman, Edward M., assignor.) 

Contardo, Ramon C, Sevres, France. Electric-arc furnace 

Contardo, Ramon C, Sevres, France. Electric furnace 

Conti, James T. F., Paris, France. Luminous advertising or displaying device 

Conti, James T. F., Paris, France. Compressed-air locomotive-carriage 

Continental Biscuit Company. (See Rothchild, Ernest E., assignor.) 
Continental Paper Package Co. (See Davis, George. P., assignor.) 
Continental Tobacco Company. (See Bullard, Ellsworth F., assignor.) 
Continuous Rail Joint Company of America. (See Charlton, Richard B., assignor.) 

Contois, Alfred, Clifton, 111. Cutting-tool 

Converse, Atherton D., Winchendon, Mass. Stop-motion for mechanical toys '.... 

Converse, Atherton D., Winchendon, Mass. Stop-motion for mechanical toys 

Converse, Edmund. (See Anderson, Anders G., assignor.) 

Converse, Frederic S., et al.. trustees. (See Steiger, Andrew W., assignor.) 

Conway, Arnett, assignor of one-half to T. K. Manson, Louisville, Ky. Cattle-guard 

Conway. Frank M., assignor to Imperial Electric Lamp Company, New York, N. Y. 

Elect ric-arc lamp . _ 

Conway, John C. (See Gubelman, William S.. assignor.) 

Conway, John W., and J. McCarthy, New York. N. Y. Heating apparatus 

Conway, Thomas, et al. (See Ingram. Robert K. and J. K., assignors.) 

Conway, Thomas, Kansas City, Mo. Horseshoe , 

Conway, William M., assignor of two-thirds to J. S. Lemmon, C. B. Roberts, Jr., and H. 

Carlton, Baltimore, Md. Ball-bearing wheel 

Conwell, James S., assignor to Wilke Manufacturing Company, Anderson, Ind. Refrig- 
erator ._. __ 

Conzett, Josiah. St Paul, Minn. Device for marking cloth for bias cutting 

Cook, Almerin S., Chicago, 111. Smoke-consumer 

Cook, Charles H., assignor to Electro-Therapeutic Manufacturing Company, Indianapo- 
lis, Ind. Static electric machine... 

Cook, Charles L , New York, N. Y. Collar-iron 

Cook, Clarence E. (See Rounds, Daniel, assignor.) 
Cook & Co., S. A. (See Bowen, George A., assignor.) 

Cook, Edmond R., Sacramento, Cal. Acetylene-gas generator _ 

Cook, Edward M., East Boston. Mass. Cream-separator 

Cook, Edward S.. and W. H. Chipperfield, London, England. Electric switch 

Cook, ElihuL., Harlan, Iowa. Surgical splint. .--_ 

Cook, Elmer E. (See McGuire and Cook.) 

Cook, Eugene, Kalamazoo, Mich. Railway stock-guard 

Cook, Ferdinand H. (See Twiss and Cook.) 

Cook, Francis H., Mead, Wash. Impact water-wheel 

Cook, Francis L., assignor of one-half to F. W. Dickinson, Springfield, Mass. Spinning- 
top. 

Cook, Francis L., assignor of one-half to F. W. Dickinson, Springfield, Mass. Bubble- 
blowing device __. 

Cook, Frank B., Oskaloosa, Kans. Wagon-brake lever 

Cook, Frank B., Oskaloosa, Kans. Vehicle brake mechanism 

Cook, Frank B., Chicago, 111. Telephone apparatus and system 

Cook, Frank B., Chicago. 111. Apparatus for telephone systems ___ 

Cook, George W., et al. (See Pettee, John W., assignor.) 

Cook, Giles H., Des Moines, Iowa. Acetylene-gas generator 

Cook, Giles H., Des Moines, Iowa. Acetylene-gas generator _. 

Cook, Harry, McKeesport, Pa. Glass-tube cutter 

Cook, Henry G. (See Row. John I., assignor.) 

Cook, James M., Madisonville, Ohio. Washing-machine 

Cook, John H., New York, N. Y., assignor to H. B. Newhall, Plainfield, N.J. Projectile 
tong mechanism _ _ 

Cook, John H, New York, N. Y., assignor to H. B. Newhall, Plainfield, N. J. Trolley 
mechanism ._. 

Cook, John H, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to H. B. Newhall, Plainfield, N. J. Door-clos- 
ing apparatus . _ ___ 

Cook, John H., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to H. B. Newhall, Plainfield, N. J. Expansion- 
shield -. _ 

Cook, John H., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to H. B. Newhall, Plainfield, N. J. Switch for 
overhead trolleys 

Cook, John H., New York, N. Y., assignor to H. B. Newhall, Plainfield, N. J. Expansion- 
shield - 

Cook, John H., New York, N. Y., assignor to H. B. Newhall, Plainfield, N. J. Bolt-an- 
chor _ 

Cook, John W. (See Eastwood, John, assignor.) 

Cook, Joseph S., Tacoma, Wash. Device for use in the removal of brasses from car 
journal-boxes .._ __ 

Cook, Nathaniel T., et al. (See Mcintosh. John W., assignor.) 

Cook, Patrick T. (See Comley, Joseph W., R. W., and C. H. L., assignors.) 

Cook, R. Gordon. (See Lyons, Charles J., assignor.) 

Cook, Ray. (See Ostrander and Cook.) 

Cook, Samuel G. B.. et al. (See Howland-Sherman, Charles H., assignor.) 

Cook, Thomas. (See Bray, Arthur W., J. A., and H. N., assignors.) 

Cook, Thomas E., and G. J. Streng, Detroit, Mich. Water-heater and pipe-cleaning ap- 
paratus - 

Cook, Thomas P., Desloge, Mo. Mandolin, banjo, and guitar attachment for pianos 

Cook, Thomas W. G. (See Carter and Cook.) 

Cook, Walter H., New Orleans, La. Apparatus for cooking cotton-seed meats 

Cook, Warren R., Pittsburg, Pa. Fuse-holder .._ __ 

Cook, Warren R., Pittsburg, Pa. Fuse-holder 

Cook, William P., Richmond, Ind. Shoe-fastening _ 

Cooke, Albert. (See Mooers and Cooke.) 

Cooke, George, Palmyra, N. J. Antirattler-protector for windows 

Cooke, Harte, Auburn, N. Y. Governor-damper _ _ 

Cooke, Manly, "Vista, Iowa. Wrench.. _ _ __ 

Cooke, Robert L., New Bedford, Mass., assignor to Scovill Manufacturing Company, 
Waterbury, Conn. Eyelet 



No. 



677,439 
688,393 

671,538 
673,978 



675,649 
675,718 
6S2,454 

682,135 

677,019 

676,176 

689,289 

685,232 

690,135 
673,046 
68S,596 

667,144 
688,161 

670,196 
689,854 
687,916 
684,411 

673,112 

684,045 

673,831 

677,307 
677,063 
681,620 

684,601 

684,602 

685,259 

685,260 
672,312 

689,462 



667,868 

679,952 
685,820 
685,822 
685,821 
688,719 

684,677 



677,859 
667,972 

679.604 
665,065 

681,621 

680,644 

665,956 
677,064 
082,241 

074,435 



Date. 



July 2 
Dec. 10 

Apr. 9 
May 14 



June 4 
June 4 
Sept. 10 

Sept. 3 

June 25 

June 11 

Dec. 17 

Oct. 22 

Dec. 31 
Apr. 30 
Dec. 10 

Jan. 29 
Dec. 3 

Mar. 19 

Dec. 31 

Dec. 3 

Oct. 15 

Apr. 30 
Oct. 8 

May 7 

June 25 
June 25 
Aug. 27 

Oct. 15 

Oct. 15 

Oct. 29 

Oct. 29 
Apr. 16 

Dec. 24 

Feb. 12 
Feb. 12 

Aug. 6 
Nov. 5 
Nov. 5 
Nov. 5 
Dec. 10 

Oct. 15 



July 9 
Feb. 12 

July 30 
Jan. 1 

Aug. 27 

Aug. 13 

Jan. 15 
June 25 
Sept. 10 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



194 
1300 

1233 

1100 



538 
660 
1450 



871 

3183 

1545 

2975 

3362 

4639 
4112 
1699 

4443 
877 

2142 
4075 
409 
1866 

4235 

1160 

'S58 

3742 

■■&,!, 

3585 
2203 
2208 

3416 

3422 
2675 

3292 

1299 
1300 

450 

183 



186 
1904 

2338 



1476 

4452 
440 

3586 



2143 
3267 

1078 



May 21 I 1982 



47 
299 
(283 
1284 
j 258 
|259 



109 
137 
328 



195 
715 
346 
693 

774 

1071 
942 
4C0 

1019 
198 

499 

945 

99 

413 

970 

256 

202 

843 

734 

796 

1498 

1499 

499 

(787 

|788 
788 
619 

774 

284 
1284 
1285 

95 

37 

38 

37 

447 

529 



230 
327 

1000 

99 

(796 

1797 

372 

496 
734 
243 

458 



'-95 



95 
95 
97 

97 

97 
95 
97 

94 
97 

94 
97 
97 
97 

95 

97 



j- 97 

97 
95 

97 

94 

-94 



97 

97 
97 
97 

97 



96 



96 
94 



43 

2132 

275 
1293 



1968 
1992 
2168 



2037 

2550 

2186 

3491 

733 

2867 

915 

2213 

960 
2022 

2262 

2753 

1925 

411 

940 

254 

1225 

2662 
2567 
1818 

478 

479 

765 

766 
573 

2572 

1268 
1268 

1132 



1000 
1000 
2256 

505 



226 
1306 



1819 
1395 

472 
2567 
2096 

1486 



86 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentee* — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Cooke, Willoughby T., et al. (See Frasier, Henry C, assignor.) 

Cookman, William H., and S. W. Neall, assignors to Link Belt Engineering Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Discharge device for belt conveyers. _ _ 

Cookson, Thomas J., Joliet, 111. Feed-water heater . 

Coolbaugh, Frank W. (See O'Connor, John F., assignor.) 

Cooley, Charles F., Hot Springs, Ark. Check-punch 

Cooley, Charles H., Hartford, Conn. Bread-cutting apparatus 

Cooley, Franklin S., Philadelphia, Pa. Fountain-pen _ 

Cooley, Fred W., assignor of two-thirds to G. T. Honstain, Minneapolis, Minn. Fire- 
proof grain-elevator ; 

Cooley, Fred W., assignor of two-thirds to G. T. Honstain, Minneapolis, Minn. Fire- 
proof grain-elevator _ _. 

Cooley, Fred W., assignor of two-thirds to G. T. Honstain, Minneapolis, Minn. Fire- 
proof grain-elevator. _ _ _. 

Cooley, George P., Kansas City, Kans. Animal-muzzle 

Cooley, Lester D., Battlecreek, Mich. Dress-guard for bicycles 

Cooley, William H., Brockport, N. Y. Fare-register , 



Cooley, William H., Brockport, N. Y. Fare-register _ 

Cooley, William H., Brockport, N. Y. Means for limiting transfer privileges 

Cooley, William H., Brockport, N. Y. Means for limiting transfer privileges 

Coomber, James, assignor of one-half to F. A. Hastings, Chicago, 111. Lemon-squeezer 
Coomber, James, assignor to Wemaka Rubber Tire Company, Chicago, 111. Vehicle- 
tire. 



Coomber, James, Chicago, assignor, by mesne assignments, of one-half to A. Krieg, 
Freeport, 111. Cork-extractor ._ 

Coombs, Edward B. (See Van Orden and Coombs.) 

Coombs, Edward H., and F.W. Liebchen, Cleveland, Ohio. Caliper -adjusting attach- 
ment. 



688,597 
687,728 

680,226 
665,066 
673,359 

683,441 

683,442 

683,443 
682,036 
671,816 

666,469 

666,470 

680,645 

680,646 



671,585 
678,773 



Dec. 10 
Dec. 3 

Aug. 13 
Jan. 1 
Apr. 30 

Oct. 1 

Oct. 1 

Oct. 1 
Sept. 3 
Apr. 9 

Jan. 22 

Jan. 22 

Aug. 13 

Aug. 13 
Mar. 12 

Apr. 9 

July 16 



Coombs, Harriett H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Garment 

Coombs, John O, and A. N. McGray, Boston, Mass. Ship's log 

Coombs, Joseph E., assignor to Weir Stove Company, Taunton, Mass. Hot-water and 

steam heater _ 

Coombs, Stephen H., Helena. Mont. Batter-mixer 

Coon, Edward R., Burlington, Vt. Electric-railway trolley 

Coon, Silas, Ashland, Ky. Railway-crossing signal. 



Coon, Silas, Ashland, Ky., assignor of one-fourth to H. M. Ware, Huntington, W. Va. 

Nut-lock ._ 

Cooney, James T., Cooksville, 111. Thill-tug buckle 

Cooney, Luke, Jr. (See English and Cooney.) 

Cooper, Abraham T., Finsbury Park, England. Appliance for removing obstructions 

from closet-traps, soil-pipes, &c 

Cooper, Arthur T., Reading, England. Interlocking valve-gear for steam-boilers 

Cooper, Charles. (See Sullivan, Daniel F., assignor.) 

Cooper, Charles F. (See Hermite and Cooper.) 

Cooper, Charles W., New York, and A. P. Bjerregaard, Mount Vernon, N. Y.; said 

Bjerregaard assignor to said Cooper. Apparatus for making varnish 

Cooper, Ernest H., and C. Schutz, Philadelphia, Pa. Cutting attachment for sewing-, 

machines ] 

Cooper, Frank J. (See Cone and Cooper.) 

Cooper, Frank J. , assignor to Toledo Steel Wheelbarrow Company, Toledo, Ohio. Wheel- 
barrow-frame 

Cooper, George A., Pittston, Pa. Respiratory hood 

Cooper, George L., and W. M. Kirkpatrick, assignors of one-half to J. Feighner, Shelby, 

Ohio. Spring-hinge 

Cooper, George T., Natick, Mass. External joint for escape-pipes 

Cooper, J. George. (See Waite, Henry E., assignor.) 

Cooper, Jacob H., Abingdon, 111. Churn 

Cooper, John E., Withernsea, England. Antifriction mechanism for axle-shafts of rail-i 

way-carriages or other vehicles. \ 

Cooper, John M., New Orleans, La., assignor to Link-Belt Machinery Company, Chi-< 

cago, 111. Cane-distributing device J 

Cooper. John W., Park Ridge, N. J. Railway-tie 

Cooper, Leslie A. (See Chamberlain, Chism, and Cooper.) 

Cooper, Madison, Minneapolis, Minn. Indirect air-circulating system for cold-storage 

apparatus 

Cooper & McKee. (See Ball, Charles W. W., assignor.) 

Cooper, Simon , Worcester, Mass. Bicycle-bell 

Cooper, Sutton, and W. Felker, Evansville, Ind. Sad-iron 

Cooper, Warren E., New York, N. Y. Shaving-cup 

Cooper, William, Crawford, Nebr. Spring-tread horseshoe 

Cooper, William, assignor to Bullock Electric Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Oscillating device for brush-holders for electrical machines.. 

Cooper, William F., Meriden, Conn. Acetylene-gas lamp _ 

Cooper, William S., Jr., and J. Dorricott, Philadelphia. Pa. Water-closet tank 

Cooper, William S., Jr., and J. Dorricott, Philadelphia, Pa. Water-closet tank 

Cooper, Winfield S. (See Doebler and Cooper.) 
Coote, Josias. (See Russell, Andrew, assignor.) 
Cope, James H. (See Lemmon and Cope.) 

Cope. Jennie, Essary Springs, Tenn. Andiron _ 

Cope, Joseph H., New Windsor, Colo. Sifting device 

Cope, Joseph H., New Windsor, Colo. Sifting device - 

Cope, Melvin B., Milwaukee, Wis. Smoke-distributer 

Copeland, Benjamin H., assignor to S. Hall, Derby, England. Lamp for burning petro- 
leum, kerosene. &c 

Copeland, Herschel P., Jersey City, N. J. Cable-supporting clip 

Copeland, HughB., Denver, Colo. Portable wall... 

Copeland, James S., Hartford, Conn., assignor to American Bicycle Company, Jersey 

City, N. J., and New York, N. Y. Bicycle driving mechanism 

Copeland, James S., Hartford, Conn., assignor to American Bicycle Company. Jersey 

City, N. J., and New York, N. Y. Clamping device 

Copithorn, John T., Hingham, Mass. Rotary motor 

Copland, Virginia I., Washington, D. C. Erasing-shield 



672,313 : Apr. 16 

675,198 ! May 28 

677.020 | June 25 

674,671 May 21 

673.198 i Apr. 30 

685,575 I Oct. 29 

668,348 ! Feb. 19 



678,163 ' July 9 
686,589 i Nov. 12 



674,197 ! May 14 
668,811 ! Feb. 26 



677,117 June 25 
677.065 June 25 



6S6.2G4 Nov. 12 
682,455 Sept. 10 

672,521 : Apr. 23 
683,385 Sept. 24 

670,469 [ Mar. 26 
681,650 I Aug. 27 



665,182 
667,116 



Jan. 1 
Jan. 29 



677,536 July 2 

675,817 June 4 
675,650 June 4 
690.101 > Dec. 31 
672,121 J Apr. 16 

687,729' Dec. 3 

681,197 Aug. 27 

079,299 July 30 

688.720 Dec. 10 



682,037 
676,391 

086,069 
670,580 

683,420 
674,999 
669,041 

689,795 

689,855 
681,843 

080,227 



Sept. 3 
June 11 
Nov. 12 
Mar. 26 

Sept. 24 
May 28 
Feb. 26 

Dec. 24 

Dec. 31 
Sept. 3 
Aug. 13 



1701 
40 

941 
441 

4680 

27 
30 

32 

718 
1747 

3101 

3118 

1681 

1695 
1651 

1330 

2749 



2676 
3340 
3185 

2407 
4389 
4024 

2171 



1573 
1623 



1517 
3065 



3364 
3269 



1022 
1451 

3073 
3123 

2647 
3655 

684 

4384 

358 

844 

539 

4583 

2317 

41 
2790 
3845 
1900 



720 
1988 
1793 
2832 

3199 
2967 
3537 

3946 

4077 
350 
942 



1401 

"1402 

9 

211 

100 

1081 



7,8 

8.9 

155 

405 

1718 

1719 

719 

1372 

1373 

) 373 

1374 



307 
619 



619 
761 
715 

555 

1013 

920 

1485 

I486 

362 
362 



351 
683 



757 
i 734 
735 



226 
329 

714 
715 

620 
(818 
1819 
(152 
(153 
1007 



87 



110 
1057 
535 

9,10 
619 
860 
447 



155 
442 
398 
662 



680 
787 

919 

945 
70 

212 



-97 
97 



94 
95 

97 

97 

97 
96 
95 

-94 

94 



95 



95 
95 
95 

95 I 1574 
95 ! 969 
97 

-94 

96 

97 



95 
94 



95 
j-95 



97 



95 



94 
{•96 

'-94 



96 

95 
95 
97 
95 



96 
95 



94 



97 

97 
96 
96 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



87 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 

Gazette. 



Coppage, Benjamin D., Wilmington, Del., assignor to Edgmoor Iron Company, of Dela- 
ware. Boiler 

Copper, Luther S., Cleveland, Ohio. Swing-chair 

Coppess, Perry. (See Knox, Charles P., assignor.) 

Corbett, James R., Rochester, N. Y. Fastener for casket-covers.- 

Corbett, John T., et al. (See Paul, George, assignor.) 

Corbett, Louis L.. Atlanta, Ga. Magazine-gun _ _ 

Corbett, "William H. (See Ball and Corbett.) 

Corbin, Elbert A. (See Garrigues, David W., assignor.) 

Corby, Charles I. (See Corby, William S. and C. I.) 

Corby, William S. and C. I., Washington, D. C. Machine for working, shaping, andi 

molding dough _ | 

Corby, William S. and C. I., Washington, D. C. Machine for working and shaping dough 
Corcoran, John. (See Sands and Corcoran.) 

Cordell, James M., Dayton, Ohio. Valve. 

Cordes, John F., Chicago, 111. Temporary binder 

Cordle, Hamner J. , Littleton, N. C. Wrench for sprocket-wheels __. 

Cordley, Henry G., Glenridge, N. J. Ice-cream freezer. 

Cordner, Robert A., London, England. Clutch mechanism 

Cordner, William J., London, England., assignor to L. D. Brandeis, trustee, Boston, Mass. 

Synthetic production of india-rubber __ 

Cordovez, Julia E., Panama, United States of Colombia. Telegraph-relay 



Cordovez, Julio E., Panama, Colombia. Coin-controlled telephone 

Corduan, Frank H., assignor to J. B. Peck, Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric-light-wire mold- 



ing. 



Core, Elijah B., and L. Grubman, New York, N. Y.; said Grubman assignor of one-half 
to said Core. Photographic apparatus _ 



Corey, Amos B., Ogden, Utah. Wheeled scraper . 

Corey, William W., St. Louis, Mo. Fire-hydrant . 
Cork, William H. (See Damey and Cork.) 

Corlett, William E., Jennings, Okla. Ter. Filter. . 



Cormery, Henry R. M., Bauge, France. Steering-gear for motor-vehicles 

Cormier, Frank S., Moncton, Canada. Propeller-governor. 

Cornelius, Joseph P., St. Louis, Mo. Car-fender. _. 

Cornelius, Martin, New York, N. Y. Dumping-scow ._ 

Cornelius, William A., Homestead, Pa. Lubricating device 

Cornelius, William D. . and F. L. Todd, Enid. Okla. , Ter. Photographic vignetter 

Cornell, Alfred O, Philadelphia, Pa. Food heating and serving apparatus ._ 

Cornell, Charles H., and F. J. Troughton, Victor, Colo. Miner's candlestick _ 

Cornell, Charles P., Baldwinsville, N. Y. Trolley-switch _ 

Cornell, Charles W., East Orange, N. J., assignor to Gamewell Fire Alarm Telegraph; 
Company, New York, N. Y. Auxiliary signaling-box ._ $ 

Cornell, Elijah B., assignor of one-half to W. C. Alderson, Philadelphia, Pa. Making gas. 

Cornell, Elijah B., assignor of one-half to W. C. Alderson, Philadelphia, Pa. Gas-gener- 



ator- 



Cornell, Elijah B., assignor of one-half to W. C. Alderson Philadelphia, Pa. Gas-retort 

Cornell, Evan W., assignor of one-half to J. W. Page, Adrian, Mich. Wire fence 

Cornell Incubator Mfg. Co. (See Andrews, Edwin W., assignor.) 

Cornell, John M., New York, N. Y. Drawer-guide for steel furniture 

Cornell, Oliver H. P. , Brooklyn, N. Y. Machine for cutting off and crozing barrel-staves 

Cornell, Oliver H. P., Brooklyn, N. Y. Manufacture of barrels. 

Barrel ___ 

Barrel _.. 

Machine for making and driving staples 

Machine 



Cornell, Oliver H. P., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Cornell, Oliver H. P., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Cornell, Oliver H. P., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Cornell, William N., Watertown, assignor to L. H. Stevens, New York, N. Y. 

for imitating peculiarities of natural woods 

Cornell, William N., Watertown, assignor to L. H. Stevens, New York, N. Y. Imitation ) 

wood and making same : _ 5 

Cornely, Emile, et al. (See Debussy, Andre, assignor.) 

Cornely, Emile and R., Paris, France. Attachment for embroidering-machines 

Cornely, Emile and R., Paris, France. Attachment for embroidering-machines 

Cornely, Robert. (See Cornely, Emile and R. ) 
Cornely. Robert, et al. (See Debussy, Andre, assignor.) 
Cornet, Edward. (See Perry. Algie, assignor.) 

Cornett, Robert H., Sardis, Tenn. Gate 

Cornils, Peter V , Seattle, Wash. Lock ._ __ 

Corning Brake Shoe Company. (See Gorton, William E., assignor.) 

Corning Brake Shoe Company. (See Vair, George O., assignor.) 

Corns. Albert W. (See Silverman, William F., assignor.) 

Cornwall, Frederick R., et al. (See Victor, David, assignor.) 

Coronet Bottle-Seal Company of Baltimore City. (See Heath, William E., assignor.) 

Corr, James, assignor to Union Typewriter Company, Jersey City, N. J. Type-writing 

machine - 

Corr, James, assignor to Union Typewriter Company, Jersey City, N. J. Type-writing) 

machine - _ ) 

Corrie, David. (See Smith and Corrie.) 

Corriveau, Edmond N., Stonington, Conn. Bread-cutter.. ._ _ 

Corrodi, Albert, et al. (See Lee, Louis, assignor.) 

Corron, Cesar, Lyons, France. Machine for treating thread 

Corry, Michael, and R. F. Barker, Marinette, Wis. Log-turner 



Corry, Michael, and R. F. Barker, Marinette, Wis. Log-turner 

Corry, William, Cincinnati, Ohio. Fireproof safe __ _ 

Corser, Edson J. (See Armitage, Albert, assignor.) 

Corson, Asa G. (See Corson, Edgar N., assignor.) 

Corson, CharlesS., and C. Schwimbersky, New York, N. Y. Locking and releasing means 
for vehicle-brakes _ _ _ 

Corson, Edgar N, assignor of one-half to A. G. Corson, Los Angeles, Cal. Speed-regu- 
lator for explosive-engines 



680,696 
671,620 

679,72? 

664,929 



672,224 
672,414 

684,913 
669,778 
666,131 

689,689 
677,177 

667,191. 
6S0,024 

669,875 

678,544 

684,630 
677,178 
678,545 

683,386 

680,764 

678,228 
685.109 
664,834 
681,529 
687.604 
668,036 
6li.->,007 
667,903 

6S6,207 
682,038 

682,039 
682,040 
680,647 

680,127 

679,166 

679.276 
679,277 
679,728 
679,729 

670.846 
670,847 

676,422 
677,953 



674,534 
672,594 



676,177 
687,496 

682,456 

682,842 
679,551 

684,795 

681,105 



570,983 
678,546 



Aug. 20 
Apr. 9 

Aug. 6 

Jan. 1 



Apr. 16 
Apr. 16 

Oct. 22 
Mar. 12 
Jan. 15 
Dec. 24 
June 25 

Feb. 5 
Aug. 

Mar. 12 

July 16 

Oct. 15 
June 25 
July 16 

Sept. 24 

Aug. 20 

July 9 
Oct. 22 
Jan. 1 
Aug. 27 
Nov. 26 
Feb. 12 
Jan. 1 
Feb. 12 

Nov. 5 
Sept. 3 

Sept. 3 
Sept. 3 
Aug. 13 

Aug. 6 

July 23 

July 23 
July 23 
Aug. 6 
Aug. 6 

Mar. 26 
Mar. 26 

June 18 
July 9 



May 21 
Apr. 23 



June 11 
Nov. 26 

Sept. 10 

Sept. 17 
July 30 

Oct. 22 

Aug. 20 



Apr. 2 

July 10 



1844 
1383 

18 

200 



2501 
2873 

2783 
1331 

2f42 

3627 



31 
570 

1499 

2314 

2260 
3465 
2315 

3125 

1971 

1691 
3152 
11 
3412 
3647 
1575 
442 
1361 

926 

720 

723 
725 
1711 

744 

3569 

3778 

37S0 

19 

20 

3307 



2053 
1184 



2153 
3212 



1547 
3432 

1453 

2174 
4356 

2560 

2611 



109 
2319 



i 404 
1405 
318 



42 



i 577 
i5?8 
666 

634 
316 
565 
852 

780 



(123 
"/ 1^4 
j 354 

1355 

522 

511 
1780 
1781 

522 

(715 
1716 
1432 
I 433 



3 

757 

803 

351 

100 

298 

(204 

"/ 205 

(155 

1 156 

156 
156 
375 

165 

(797 

"(798 

843 

844 

6 

6,7 

780 

( 780 
1781 

456 
273 



745 



346 
753 
754 

329 

491 
978 
585 
586 
576 



94 



96 



26 95 
522 I 96 



1451 
305 

1046 

43 



542 

612 

614 
2079 

530 
2640 
2607 

997 
1157 

2112 

507 

490 

2607 

507 

2548 

1479 

365 

687 
4 
1784 
1771 
1325 
90 
1282 

1150 
2007 



2007 
2U07 
1403 

1193 

777 

819 
819 
1047 
1047 

2515 
2515 

2307 
265 



1520 
703 



2187 
1724 

2169 

2333 
959 

568 

1605' 



25 

508 



xs 



INDl'A OF PATENTS [SSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees Continued. 



Name, residenoe, and Invention, 



Exhaust 
Rotary 



Corson, John M., U, s. Army. Tout , 

orson, William L., assignor io Union Gas engine Co., San Francisco, Cal 
mechanism Cor explosive-engines 

Corthell, Samuel N., Quinoy, Mass., assignor to J, N. Darrah, Now York, N. V. 
on ( (or lor edge-trimming machines 

< 'on la mi, Adelaide, P11 tsburg, Pa. Oatamenial sack 

ortland, Harvey, and J, T. Hume, Pittsburg, Pa.; said Hume. assignor to said Cortland. y 

Autonmtio fire-alarm system ) 

ortland, Harvey, and J, T. Hume, Pittsburg, I'n.; said Hume assignor to said Cortland, 
Automatic fire-alarm . 

Corts, Josua W., Remscheid, Germany. Machine for cut ting wood or like materials into 

small chips 

'orwln, Dhomas P., Yelverton, Ohio. Corn-shocker 

Cory, Randolph l\, assignor of fort v-niiui one-hundredths to J. Huron, St. Louis, Bio. 
Detachable choke piece 

"ory, Randolph P., assignor of forty Dine one-hundredths to.l. Huron, St. Louis, Mo. 

Choke attachment for guns 

oryell, Edwin M ., assignor to J, E. Cameron, Now York, N. Y. Steam-engine 

oryoll, Kdw in M.. assignor to J. E. Cameron. Now York, N. Y. 1'itToronliid pump 

osby, Vmiu, administratrix. (See Cosby and Wirth.) 
Cosby, Charles E,. deceased, ( i.. Cosby, administratrix,) Six Paul, and P. W. Wirth., tfin 

neapolls, Alum.; said A. Cosby assignor to said Wirth, Manifolding sales-book 

Cosens, Thomas J., Now Westminster, Canada. Machine tor washing filled cans 
Cosens, Thomas J., New Westminster, Canada. Machine for exhausting and testing 

onus 



Cosier, John M., Kokomo, tnd. Smoothing-iron 

Cosmopolitan Incandescent tins Light Company. (See irons, James, assignor.) 
Cosmos \Ianufaoturing Company, (Soo Barnell, David 0., assignor.) 

Coss, Wilbur, Mount Pleasant, Pa, Combination ourtain mid blind support 

Cost olio, John iv. Providence, R. I. Letter-box 

Costello, John H., et «/. (See Kimball, William \v., assignor.) 

Cost olio, Thomas n ., Chicago, ill. Base for chairs or stools 

Coster, Charles, (See Paget, Leonard, assignor, ) 

Cost, .a. William F , Now York, N. Y. Signal-holder 

Coi.\ Henry, Woonsocket, R, L, assignor to Draper Company, Hopedale, Mass. Filling- 
replenishing loom and filling-carrier therefor 

Cote, Joseph a.. East Hardwick, Yt. Lap-robe holder 

Cotes, Frank n. (See Edwards, Thompson v., assignor.) 

Cotes, Frank H., Peoria, 111, Vehicle 

Cothran, Giw e, (See Clark and Cothran, ) 

Cot nor, l>a\ id K., assignor of ono -half to \Y. \V. I lost or, Hard well, Ky. Chair 

Cotta, Felix. (See Palas and Cotta.) 

Cotter, Henry D , ami J. W, A. Gardam, Brooklyn, assignors to \V. tiardam X Son, New 

York, N. Y. Pipping needle compass 

Cotter, John F., assignor to L. E, Wyno, Kansas City, Mo. Backwater floor and stable 

drain 



Col i io. John C . assignor lo.l. Keiehard, New York, N. Y. ltazor-stroppor 

Cottier, William T., Tori land, Orog. Car ventilation 

Cotton, Edward G., o^ «i. (See Haran, Patrick F., assignor.) 
Coi ton Seed Oil Syndicate. (See Stanley, John C. w., assignor.) 

Cotton SI a I os Machinery Company. (Soo A OUng, Cornelius, assignor.! 

Cotton, Walter 11., assignor of one-half to A. lvunze, Chicago, 111. FJeetrie igniter for 

explosive-engines 

Cottrell, Charles P., Westerley, R. [..assignor to 0. B. Cottrell&SonsCo., Jersey City, > 

N. J,, Stonington, Conn,, and New York, N. Y. Mechanical movement S 

Cottrell, Charles P., Stonington, Conn., assignor to C. B. Cottrell A Sons Company, New 

York, N. Y., and stonington, Conn. Mechanical movement '- .' 

Cottrell, William C, Asbury Park, assignor of one-half to H. Fields, Freehold, N. J. 

Trolley wheel 

Couoh, Vndrew G., assignor to Couoh Brothers X .1. .1. Ivigan Company, Kastpoint, (lit. 

Horse collar . 

Couoh. Arthur. London. England, Klootrioal glow -lamp 

Couoh Brothers A: .'. J, Eagan Company. (See Couch, Andrew G., assignor.) 
Couch I'ooi hois Manufacturing Co. tSeo Jones, otis, assignor.) 

Couoh ma n, George a., Garfield, Kans. Draft-equalizer 

Couchman, Herbert A., Burton-on-Trent, England. Aro-lomp carbon 

Condon. Joseph , Ail; in, Md. Device for decoying ducks 

Cougldnn, Merrett G., Chicago, HI. Folding crate 



Coughlin, Owen J., Joliet, 111. Automatic water toed apparatus for steam-boilers 

Coiilson. John W.. Columbus, Ohio. Window corner-post 

CoulSOU, William A. (See Creed, Frederick (!., assignor.) 

Coulter, Edward r. tSee Groff and Coulter.) 

Coulter, John W, (See Chauvet and Coulter.) 

Conn. Willard 11.. Toronto, Canada, assignor to G. F. Atwood, West Chazey, N. Y., and 
E. \. Messenger, Boston, Mass. Flash-boiler 

Council, John i'., Jr., Wananish, N. 0. 'Pur pen tine hack and shave 

Council, John IV. Jr.. Wananisli, assignor to White Patent Axle & Huh Company, Wil- 
mington. N. C. Vehicle-axle 

Council, William II., Williamsville, assignor to Miller Signal Company, Chicago, 111. 
Electric railway-signal.. 

Coup, Sadie II.. Akron. Ohio. Steamer 

Cour, Joseph, Chicago, ill. Fire box 

Couril, John II. (See Trussell, James, assignor.! 

Courteen, Henry, Devises, England. Motor-vehicle 

Courtier, Jules, Paris, France, Flash-lamp 

I lourt uey, Albert W. (See Mead, John S., assignor.) 
Courtney, UbertW. (See Raymond, Kelson n .assignor.) 

Courtney, Albert W., and J. S. Mead, Buffalo, N. Y.; said Mead assignor to said Court- 
ney. Elect rothorapeutic instrument 

Courtney, Daniel C, Elkins, W. Va. Car-truck holster 



No. 



081,301 

681,441 

673,818 
686,038 

677,946 

677,95 1 

689, 168 
675,085 

688,887 

688.889 
688.598 
G89,065 



670,147 
668,490 

668,491 
671,105 



078,440 
680,911 



i;;i,;;,s 
074,400 



087,188 
685,97 1 

671,806 

688,078 



088,585 

669,048 
675,88 1 
688,176 



075,557 

680, IT I 

680,765 

080,50; 

678,976 
666,608 



678,644 
678,038 

1177,118 
679,780 

673,118 

687,008 



681,198 
686,590 

671,014 



675,086 
681,106 
675,688 



065,651 
673,886 



684,351 
676,785 



halo. 



Aug. 27 

Aug. 27 

Apr. 80 
Nov. 5 

July '.I 

July o 

no,- ■■! 
May 88 

Dec. !) 

Dec, in 

Doc. Ill 
Hoc. 17 



Mar. 1!) 

Keh. 19 

f'eh. t'.l 

Apr. 2 



Apr. 20 
Aug. SO 

Apr. 

May 81 

Nov. 10 
Nov. 5 

Apr. 2 

Sept. 17 

Sept. 10 

Feb. 26 
May 88 

Sept. 10 



June 4 

Aug. 18 

Aug. 20 

Vug. 18 

\pr. ::u 
Jan. 22 

July 10 

Apr. 10 
June 2") 
Aug. 6 

Apr. 80 

Nov. 10 



Aug. 27 

Nov. 12 

Apr. 2 

May 28 

Aug. 20 
June 4 

Jan. 8 
May 7 



Oct. 8 
June IS 



Monthly 
volume. 



onielal 
Gazette. 



801 1 



."•-•;.'. 



1600 

wo 



1 185 

0201 
8184 

081 

1893 

17(12 

2:>sr> 



8080 

2117 



2110 
340 



202S 
2255 

1050 

1910 

2708 
■1711 

606 

1818 

1071 

:s.vio 
3549 

■IIS 



soo 

1878 

1973 

1538 

8965 
8854 

2.". 10 

2151 

8366 

2;. 

12117 

2 180 



8798 
1621 

174 

8185 

2011 
■105 

1574 



1780 

2042 



Courtney. William J., New York, N. Y., assignor to 11, 11. Westinghouse, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Rubber hose 



078.8.MI July 10 201 I 



i 661 

I 008 



1000 

120 

I 200 

1210 

278 

771 

711 

227 

297 

■102 
507 



178 
512 



543 

88 



07,8 
100 

I 880 

| 881 

118 

594 

00 

180 

417 

380 

788 
812 
218 



77 
I 801 
I 308 

188 

841 

011 
778 

569 



8 

\ 070 

| 071 

5 10 



680 



io 



102 

I 859 

] 860 

6 



881 
i 593 

i 501 

657 



00 

or. 

97 

-96 



90 

07 

or. 

07 

07 
97 

07 



01 
01 



01 1518 

0.-) 71 



95 oil 

0', 1581 

•.15 857 

05 1 178 

07 1 500 

07 li 155 

05 128 

00 8864 

00 2218 

01 1761 
05 1815 
in; 2078 



05 1088 

I 00 1885 

00 1479 

Oil 1870 

05 886 

01 727 



96 

05 
05 
00 

05 



00 
07 

95 

95 1786 

00 1005 
05 10011 

■oi 8- 1 
' 95 1060 



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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, idol 



89 



. ] 1 1, hni, 1 tieal //..-/ of /, uii ,ih i .-,- ' 'out inued. 



Name, residence, and Invention. 



No. 



Oourvllle Joseph, assignor to Farrand & Votey Organ Company Detroit, Mien. s<-ir 

■•'/ ftttacl -Hi [01 in ii ICttl in I I ilim-iil 

Courville, Joseph, assignor to Farrand .pun, Detroit, Mich. Belief-valve 

Courvolsiei Eugene Blenne, Switzerland Explosive-engine 

fohnl Cochran Ga CTten llfoi preserving milk and butter 

ii James and i Finlay on, Perth, western Australia, Apparatu foi call 

and cutting pipe .• 

Couture, Alphonse, Superior, Wl Gi 

Couture Imedee G., Providence R I Extension-truss decorative staging 

Couture l.ii eho I' ;i, ifin. i '.I i .-... Uiwi ', I :.:.. .-iii'I .1 I: Cra i Cualala Cal 

Wave and tide motor , 

Couture, Joseph, Montreal, Canada, Lock and latch 

Couture, Joseph, Montreal Canada Latch 

re, Phllomon, a Ignor to Demers & Co , St. Rochs, Canada Stitch eparatorfor 

sewing-machine 

Covalt Clifford A., Philadelphia Pa, ' u p-pre Cor tooth-crowns 

Covi ' orgi 'i Ignoi oi oni hall to C. P. Park, Newcastle, Canada, Propeller 

illlo, Chicago in Combined ibipping and storage can 

Alio, Chicago, Hi. Scoop 

■ i.io Chicago, III, Excavating apparatus 

Cove! ill 1 ' Chicago, 111. Apparatus for gold-mining 

Covell, Wliliam vv,. assignor to Hamilton & Hamilton Jr Providence, K i. Belt buckle 
Coventry, Theodore, assignor to Smith and Coventry, Limited, Salport. Manchester,/ 
England. Bevel geai cutting machine f 



.Monthly 

i olumi 



Oftjcial 
Gazette, 



Date 



Cover Harvey 8., South Bend, Ind, Be pirator 
Covert, Dor ' e Titus and Covert.) 



Covey, Herbert G., Chinchilla Pa Horse hoe 

Covi iferrel I • , Barrington, in. Thill-coupling 

Covintree Wallace, Maj Landing, N. J., assignor to J. A, Wiedersheim tru tee, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Pneumatic tire 



087.497 
970,81 1 

1X0,88*1 

em 066 



6 , 

I .,730 
668,772 

' 

666,804 



I 



:■'■ 

Q 



Oct I 551 122 

Nov. 20 3437 754 

Mar. 19 2310 547 

Nov. 26 ;.<;--, 810 



Au?. 18 94 ; 
Nov. 5 349 



June ■'■ ■ 



3271 



212 
72 

736 



rial 26 2749 644 
\>'-.<:. 17 2888 589 
Dec. 17 2886 589 



Feb. 12 
Feb. 19 

May 7 
■ ■ . ■• 
Feb. 26 



934 

197 
:: 120 
8422 



i ■ >, 26 8428 

July 2 859 

Dec. 3 42 

Feb. 26 2990 

Aug. 27 8588 



.Ian. 22 2773 643 
\»-.<:. Vl 2976 698 



Ctowac Arthur S., Worcester Ha a Ignor to American Hair Cloth Company Paw-J 
tucket, B, I. Loom for weaving haircloth , 5 

bur S., assignor to Crompton & Kuowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. 

Friction pulley mechanism for loom-, 

Cowan, Ellas A , el oi. (See Kenney, Thomas M., a ilgnor I 
Cowan iii-iii , i ei <<' (SeeKennej Thomas M., assignor.) 

Cowan, James W., Geneseo, N. v. Dental flo holder 

Fami Geneseo, N. Y. Package of dental floss 



Cowan, John, Edinburgh, Scotland. Water I ube boiler 

Coward, PercleH., San Fraocl co Cal Obtaining salt 

Cowardin, Samuel P., Richmond, va, Electric rail-bond 
Cowart, Ellas ll., Han f- rancii co, Cal. Steering-gear foi vehicle 
Cowart, Laurance P Bedding, Tex. Device for measuring logs 



n Frederick. I'itt i, in/. I'a. Mold for duplicating castings 

Cowdrey, Charles P., Fitchburg to Shul off mechanism tor engines.. 

Cowdrey, George A. (See Shaw Edgai a Ignoi I 

Cowell, Heweli P., a« lignorof one half to I-. W. Kwell. Lancaster. N. V. bumping oar 

Cowen, William W., New York. N. y. Circull controller. 

Oowger, Henry J. (See Bennett and ( -..vger.,! 

II Ceorge A., l.uphemia, assignor of one-half to A. J. linger, Lewisburg 

Carpet-cleaner 

Cowgfll, Joseph B. (SeeTorrey, Charles L., assignor.) 
Cowfe, James. (See Woodworth and Co 

i rederick, assignor to Anglo American Provision Company, Chicago, III. Evapo- 
rating apparatus 

Cowing, John P., Cleveland, Ohio. Bascule bridge 

■ JohnP Cieveland Ohio, Revolving Hit-bridge 

Alfred H., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Electric Smelting and Aluminum Com 

pany, of Illinois. Beducing odium compound 

Alfred H., assignor to Electric Smelting and Aluminum Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Electric furnace 

ilfred II. as ignor to Electric Smelting and Aluminum Co., Cleveland, Ohio, 

Electrode connection fori tectric furnace 

Alfred H., as ignor to Electric Smelting and Aluminum Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Electric smelting process of reducing sodium compounds 

Alfred H., assignor to Electric Smelting and Aluminum Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Obtaining volatile elements from their compounds 

Ufred H , assignor \/> Electric Smelting and Aluminum Co.. Cleveland, Ohio 

, [c furnace 

Cowles, Amy M, (Bee Cowles, Richard J lor., 

Cowle irtnurA. (8ee Danzlger and Cowle 

*rd P., Warren, Ohio. Motor-starting device 

Cowles, Frank n Mounl Morris, Mich. Luggage carrier for bicycles 

' , i Richard B., assignor to A. M. Cowles, Scran ton, Pa, Lid for closet-seats... 

William I; a ignoi to Long Arm System Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Median 

i m for moving armored hatohe . &c 

William B., assignor to Long Arm System Company, Cleveland. Ohio. Auto-/ 

pneumatic regulator for motor-, f 

William B.,as Ignor to Long Arm System Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Pneu / 

matic Indicatoi system j 

Cowley, Ahhie II. i.iee Kencher, Dora, assignor.) 

Cowley, James T., Boston, Mass. Pneumatic -de (patch -tube apparatus 

Cowley, James T., Lowell, assignor to Planters Compress Company, Boston, Mass. Ap- 
paratus for com pre isine fibrous or other material 

JarnesT., Lowell, assignortol Compn Company, Boston, Mass. l'al<- 
of fibrous material 
Cowley. JamesT., Lowell assignor to Planters Compref .Company, Boston, Mass. Bale- 
staymg device 



Maj 21 1988 



o, ■ (86 
B6S ' 



690,016 



677,947 
678 101 



681 628 »ug. 87 

OH l J07 
683,250 

077,918 

673,513 



Jan. 



Dec HI 



July It 
July 9 



1174 
1461 






An/, 27 8174 

Sepl 24 2890 

Apr. 16 2242 

July 9 1176 

Apr. 16 2851 

May 7 288 



672,076 



676 160 

672,848 
673,761 

676,576 
Vi 6 51 7 
679 !58 

681,107 



','70. .7;:; 
663 421 

o-i 021 
681 625 



678 860 

679 SSI 
679,882 



Apr. 16 
Oct. J 



June 18 



Nov. 5 
Jan. 8 

Apr. 23 



J 207 

1208 

!09 

1019 



270 
837 

(797 
798 
799 
707 
662 
510 
271 
661 

, r- - 



2243 517 
34 10 



May 7 
June 18 

June 18 
June 18 ! 
July 23 
'mi/ 20 



2125 



190 
1075 
3707 

731 



8780 
2613 



Dec. 1? 2425 

Mar. 20 

Sep 

Aug. 27 3591 

Hug 27 3596 

Aug -:■ 

Nov. 2<; 2875 

May U 911 

Aug 8 214 

Aug. 6 215 



172 

249 
854 

171 

52« 

528 



577 



560 

, 561 

681 

788 

799 

1799 

i 800 

OO 

1801 



214 
45 
46 



202 

548 

w 

708 

768 

j 768 

J764 

87 

10 

j 666 

797 



97 115 

97 1720 

94 2804 

97 1780 

96 1248 

97 1082 

' 95 2568 

94 2408 
97 2364 
97 2865 

94 U96 

94 1513 

95 1092 
94 1787 
94 1787 

9i 1788 

96 77 
1851 

1819 

608 
2492 



'.i 



97 



179 



!68 

.".J 8 



1819 



' 96 1737 

96 2199 
95 192 



09 95 



263 
608 
1109 

(92 

9 



1001 

80 



1200 



2864 



90 1605 

', 97 21181 

94 2898 
96 2503 

96 1819 

[96 1821 

J 90 1823 

97 1010 

95 1254 
90 1085 

96 1088 



95 



90 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Ap- 



Cowley, James T., Lowell, assignor to Planters Compress Company, Boston, Mass 
paratus for baling fibrous material. 

Cowley, James T., Lowell, Mass., assignor to Lamson Consolidated Store Service Com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. Pneumatic-despatch-tube apparatus . .. 

Cowley, James T., Lowell, Mass., assignor to Lamson Consolidated Store Service Com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. Pneumatic-despatch-tube apparatus _ 

Cowley, James T., Lowell, Mass., assignor to Lamson Consolidated Store Service Com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. Pneumatic-despatch apparatus 

Cowley, James T., Lowell, Mass., assignor to Lamson Consolidated Store Service Com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. Pneumatic-despatch apparatus . . . 

Cowley, James T., Lowell, Mass., assignor to Lamson Consolidated Store Service Com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. Pneumatic-despatch-tube apparatus ... 

Cowley, James T., Lowell, Mass., assignor to Lamson Consolidated Store Service Com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. Store-service apparatus _ 

Cowley, James T., Lowell, Mass., assignor to Lamson Consolidated Store Service Com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. Pneumatic-despatch-tube carrier . _ 

Cowley, James T., Lowell, Mass., assignor to Lamson Consolidated Store Service Com- 
pany, Newark, N.J. Pneumatic-despatch-tube apparatus 

Cowley, James T., Boston, Mass., assignor to Lamson Consolidated Store Service Com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. Pneumatic-despatch-tube apparatus 

Cowley, James T., Boston, Mass., assignor to Lamson Consolidated Store Service Com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. Pneumatic-despatch-tube apparatus 

Cowley, James T., Lowell, Mass., assignor to Lamson Consolidated Store Service Com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. Terminal for pneumatic-despatch-tube apparatus 

Cowley, James T., Lowell, Mass., assignor to American Pneumatic Service Company,) 
Dover, Del. Pneumatic-despatch-tube apparatus . 5 

Cowley, James T., Lowell, Mass., assignor to American Pneumatic Service Company, 
Dover, Del. Pneumatic-despatch-tube apparatus 

Cowley, James T., Lowell, Mass., assignor to American Pneumatic Service Company,) 
Dover, Del. Transmitter for use in pneumatic-despatch-tube apparatus J 

Cowley, William A., Benicia, assignor to Baker & Hamilton, San Francisco, Cal. Road- 
cart 



Cowman, John. (See Peter, August, assignor.) 

Cowper-Coles Metal Extraction Syndicate. (See Cowper-Coles, Sherard O., assignor.) 

Cowper-Coles, Sherard O., Westminster, England. Apparatus for use in electrodepo-i 

sition of metals \ 

Cowper-Coles, Sherard O., London, assignor to Cowper-Coles Metal Extraction Syndicate, 

Limited, Mellanear Haeyle, England. Treatingzinc-bearingoresforobtainingzinc, &c 
Cowper-Coles, Sherard O. , London, assignor to Cowper-Coles Metal Extraction Syndicate, 

Limited, Mellanear Haeyle, England. Treating zinc-bearing ores for obtaining zinc, &c 
Cowperthwait, Allan. (See Lindstrom and Cowperthwait. ) 
Cowperthwait, Allan, assignor to A. B. See and W. L. Tyler, Brooklyn, N. Y. Rocker- 



Cowperthwait, Allan, New York, assignor to A. B. See and W. L. Tyler, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Automatic stop for electric elevators 

Cowperthwait, Allan, New York, assignor to A. B. See and W. L. Tyler, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Safety appliance for air-brakes 

Cowperthwait, Allan, and N. O. Lindstrom, New York, assignors to A. B. See and W. L. 
Tyler, Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric switch 

Cox, Albert W., and D. M. Leland, Chicago, 111. Refuse-burner 

Cox and Company. (See Blackinton, Henry B., assignor.) 

Cox, Charley E.. Chicago, 111. Garbage-holding attachment for sinks 

Cox, David H., Jr., Rahway, N. J. Nest-egg _ 

Cox, E. H. (See Krohn, Gustave A., assignor.) 

Cox, Edward D., et al. (See Orr, Edward E., assignor.) 

Cox, Edward M., and W. Reed, Portland, Oreg. Adjustable arm for supporting tele- 
phone-receivers __ 

Cox, Frank P., Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Electric Company, of New York. Pre-) 
payment electric meter - j 

Cox, Frank P., Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Electric Company, of New York. Pre- 
payment-meter. 

Cox, Frank P., Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Electric Company, of New York. Pre- 
payment mechanism 

Cox, Frank P., Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Electric Company, of New York. Pre- 
payment-meter - — 

Cox, Frank P., Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Electric Company, of New York. Pre- 
payment electric meter 

Cox, Frank P., Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Electric Company, of New York. Coin- 
box for prepayment mechanisms. 

Cox, Frank P., Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Electric Company, of New York. Elec- 
tric recording instrument- 

Cox, Frank P., and C. E. Holmes, Lynn, Mass., assignors to General Electric Company,) 
of New York. Multirate meter j 

Cox, Frederick W., Toronto, Canada. Reflector 

Cox, George W., Abilene, Kans. Shooting-gallery 

Cox, Hezekiah P., Marietta, Ohio. Vehicle-spring. 

Cox, Jacob D., Cleveland, Ohio. Drill-socket 

Cox, James B., Chicago, 111. Bumping-post . 

Cox, James M., New York, N. Y.. assignor to United States Coupler and Manufacturing 
Company, East Orange, N. J. Screw-coupling 

Cox, James M., New York, N. Y., assignor to United States Coupler and Manufacturing 
Company, East Orange, N. J. Screw-coupling 

Cox, James M., New York, N. Y., assignor to United States Coupler and Manufacturing 
Company, East Orange, N. J. Screw-coupling 

Cox, James M., New York, N. Y., assignor to United States Coupler and Manufacturing 
Company, East Orange, N. J. Screw-coupling 

Cox, John D., Speer, Tex. Andiron. 

Cox, John H., Erie, Kans. Horse hay-rake 

Cox, Joseph L., assignor to Duplex Printing Press Company, Battlecreek, Mich. Print-) 
ing-press _ _ ) 

Cox, Joshua J., Wrightsville, 111. Cultivator 

Cox. Margaret A. (See Cox, Orrie 'J. and M. A.) 

Cox, Millard F., Richmond, Va. Lubricator 

Cox, Millard F., assignor to Richmond Works, Richmond, Va., and American Locomotive 
Company, New York, N. Y. Mud-ring corner 

Cox, Orrie C. and M. A., Gillsburg, Miss. Combination seed-planter and cultivator 



No. 



Date. 



679,833 
677,759 



680,698 

680,699 

680,700 

681,040 

681,041 
681,108 

684,678 

687,202 

685,824 
683,022 

683,387 
685,674 

681,496 



672,637 
674,809 

670,556 

671,106 

671,207 

677,340 ; 
678,863 

674,294 
671,471 

681,408 
667,066 

667,067 

667,068 

667,069 

667,070 

667,071 

671,265 

679,472 

678,942 
667,505 
687,872 
670,470 
681,442 

686,388 

686,389 

686,390 

686,391 
670,471 
683,445 

080,128 

076,980 

666,263 

688,064 
666,471 



Aug. 6 
July 2 

Aug. 20 

Aug. 20 

Aug. 20 

Aug. 20 

Aug. 20 

Aug. 20 
Aug. 20 

Oct. 15 
Nov. 20 
Nov. 5 
Sept. 24 

Sept. 24 
Oct. 29 

Aug. 27 

Aug. 13 

Apr. 23 

May 21 

Mar. 26 

Apr. 2 

Apr. 2 

July 2 
July 23 

May 14 
Apr. 9 



Aug. 27 
Jan. 29 

Jan. 29 

Jan. 29 

Jan. 29 

Jan. 29 

Jan. 29 

Apr. 2 

July 30 

July 23 
Feb. 5 
Dec. 3 
Mar. 26 
Aug. 27 

Nov. 12 

Nov. 12 

Nov. 12 

Nov. 12 
Mar. 26 
Oct. 1 

Aug. 6 

June 25 

Jan. 22 

Dec. 3 
Jan. 22 



Monthly 
volume. 



218 
772 

1846 

1848 

1850 

1852 

2501 

2504 
2616 

2339 

2876 

193 
2499 

3126 
4202 



1269 



2627 

2787 

341 

609 

14 
2943 

1695 
1111 



3177 
4283 



4286 



4298 

71S 
4188 

3111 

650 

315 

2648 

3255 

1239 

1240 

1241 

1241 

2619 

35 

746 

3124 

2687 

701 

3128 



46,47 
1185 
I 186 

405 

406 

406 

407 

554 

554 

1577 
1578 

530 



1567 
(568 

716 
(964 
1965 

746 



(27 

I 28 



605 



653 



136 

4 



392 
257 



707 
(988 
1989 



990 

990 

991 

160 

(940 

1941 

697 

132 

78 

620 

722 

274 

274 

275 

275 

620 

10 

I 165 

1 166 

097 

620 

162 
720 



Official 

Gazette. 



96 



96 



96 



•97 



96 



96 
j-94 

94 

94 

94 

94 

94 

95 

j-96 

96 

94 

97 ! 1905 

94 . 2383 

96 1753 

97 I 1234 
97 1234 
97 1234 

97 1234 

94 2383 
97 I 9 

j-96 I 1193 

95 | 2538 

592 
1983 



94 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



91 



Name residence, and invention. 




Monthly- 
volume. 



Date. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Cox, Paul F., assignor to Unitype Company, New York, N. Y. Type-setting machine- . 

Cox, R. J. (See Elmendorf, Albert, assignor.) 

Cox, William, assignor to J. M. and A. M. Smith, Toronto, Canada. Motor gear-case for 

electric cars _ ._ 

Cox, William F., et al. (See Blackinton, Henry B., assignor.) 

Cox, William H., Virden, 111. Lifting-jack ._. _. _. 

Cox, William J. (See Gray and Cox.) 

Coy, Charles H., Boston, Mass. Making explosive powder 

Coyan, William E., Homestead, Pa. Treating steel 

Coyle, Andrew M., Yonkers, N. Y., assignor to Otis Elevator Company, East Orange, 

N. J. Lock for elevator-doors _ 

Coyle, Andrew M., Yonkers, N. Y., assignor to Otis Elevator Company, East Orange, 

N. J. Lock for elevator-doors __ 

Cozens, Ella M. (See Ryan, George F., assignor.) 
Cozens-Hardy, Edward H. (See Mara and Cozens-Hardy.) 
Cozzens, Josephine M. (See Troxell, Charles C, assignor.) 

Crabb, James N., Indianapolis, Ind. Fountain-moistener 

Crabb. James N., assignor of three-fourths to W. T. Noble, W. T. Barnes, and E. W. 

Stucky , Indianapolis, Ind. Basin-stopper _ 

Crabtree, CharlesB., Manchester, 111. 1 eed-water regulator and alarm _ 

Crabtree, James H. (See Ryder, Crabtree, and Lees.) 

Crabtree, William H., Dorrance, Kans. Device for inserting inner tubes into pneumatic 

tires 



Elec- 



Elec- 



Craddock, John H., Knowlesville, N. Y. Tellurian . 

Crafts, Perley P., assignor to Algonquin Electric Brake Company, Boston, Mass. 

trie brake - - 

Crafts, Perley P., assignor to Algonquin Electric Brake Company, Boston, Mass. 

trie brake.-- - 

Cragg, George L., et al. (See Davis, Charles L., assignor.) 

Craig, Alexander M., Westport, Canada. Trace-coupling 

Craig, Andrew, Lawrence, Mass. Weather-strip 

Craig, Charles B., et al. (See Brockett, David E., assignor.) 
Craig, Elizabeth T., et al. (See Craig, John W., assignor.) 

Craig, George, Glasgow, Scotland. Purifying alkaline cyanids 

Craig, George W., Provo City, Utah. Railway-ticket 

Craig, Horace G., Kansas City, Mo. Rein-guard 

Craig, James A., Springfield, 111., assignor of one-half to R. M. Davy, Montreal, Canada. 

Belt-shipper - - - . _ 

Craig, John, Schuyler, Nebr. Horse-breaking apparatus _ 

Craig, John, assignor of one-third to J. Deasy, San Francisco, Cal. Car-fender. _ 

Craig, John W., assignor of two-thirds to E. T. Craig. Kirkwood, and G. A. Schussler, 
Monmouth, 111. Animal-trap 

Craig, Joseph A. I., and C. Page, assignors of one-third to L. Bedard, and said Craig as- 
signor to M. M. P. Craig, Montreal, Canada. Coin-controlled meter _ 

Craig, Kate, Fort Dodge, Iowa. Pastry-fork. __ 

Craig, Marie M. P., et al. (See Craig and Page, assignors.) 

Craig, Orlando B. (See Zimmerman and Craig.) 

Craig, William C. (See Graham. Craig, and Shinault.) 

Craig, William D., Kansas City, Mo. Liquid-holding vessel 

Craig, William R., Shelby, Ala. Ore-conveyer _ __ ... 

Craighead, Samuel, and H. N. Roberts, Calwood, Mo. Bridle-bit 

Craine. William, Brookfield. N. Y. Egg-carrying case 

Cram, Edwin B., Brooklyn, assignor to Wyckoff , Seamans & Benedict, Ilion, N. Y. Type- 
writing machine 

Cram, Edwin B.. Brooklyn, assignor to Wyckoff, Seamans & Benedict, Ilion, N. Y. Type-/ 
writing machine 5: 

Cramer, Albert D., Philadelphia, Pa. Window-scaffold 

Cramer, Arthur G., Philadelphia, Pa. Gas-stove _ j 

Cramer, Charles W. (See Rolston and Cramer.) 

Cramer, Charles W., Scranton, Pa. Liquid dispensing and measuring apparatus. 

Cramer, Enoch, Trenton, N. J. Joiner's clamp 

Cramer, Herbert H., Aspen, Colo. Ore-concentrator 



665,406 

678,377 

686,591 

681,908 
686,208 

669,622 

671,878 

675,818 

673,762 
683,251 

679,217 
688,235 

685,393 

685,394 

681,443 
679,497 



684,914 
669,076 
683,912 

673,763 
667,678 
687,818 

665.597 

667,818 
674.961 



681,952 
667,192 
690,017 
676,354 

673,514 

688,015 

676,303 
677,021 

679,254 
686,924 
666,603 



Cramer, Herbert H., Victor, Colo. Boiler-flue cleaner ] 677,119 

665,407 

689,464 



Cramer, John N. P., New York, N. Y. Inking apparatus 

Cramer, Joseph C, Los Angeles, Cal. Fountain brush and polisher for windows 

Cratnphorn. James H., Medford, assignor to C. S. Knowles, New Bedford, and J. H. 

Parker, Cliftondale. Mass. Rosette for electric wiring 686,443 

Crampton-Farley Brass Co. (See Farley, John P.. assignor.) 

Crandall & Co., Joseph L. (See Crandall, Joseph L., assignor.) 

Crandall, James L., assignor to H. I. Crandall & Son Company, Boston, Mass. Marine j 

railway - - 685,714 



Crandall, Jesse A., Brooklyn, assignor to F. Raymond, Kings Count} - , N. Y. Soup- 
spoon - -- 

Crandall, Jesse A., assignor to S. V. White, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Crandall, Jesse A., assignor to S. V. White, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Crandall, Jesse A., assignor to S. V. White, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Crandall, Jesse A., assignor to S. V. White, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Crandall, Jesse A., assignor to S. V. White, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Jan. 8 

July 16 

Nov. 12 

Sept. 3 
Nov. 5 

Mar. 12 

Apr. 9 

June 4 

May 7 
Sept. 24 

July 23 
Dec. 3 

Oct. 29 

Oct. 29 

Aug. 27 
July 30 

Oct. 22 
Mar. 5 
Oct. 8 

May 7 
Feb. 12 
Dec. 3 

Jan. 8 

Feb. 12 
May 28 



Sept. 3 
Feb. 5 
Dec. 31 
June 11 

May 7 

Dec. 3 

June 11 
June 25 

July 23 
Nov. 19 
Jan. 22 

June 25 

Jan. 8 
Dec. 24 

Nov. 12 



Oct. 29 



and fork . 



Spring button-hook 

Adjustable hand-stamp . . . 

Hair-curler 

Orange-peeler 

Combined cherry - pitter 



680,648 Aug. 13 
684.915 I Oct. 22 
686,509 | Nov. 12 

687.819 Dec. 3 

687.820 Dec. 3 



Crandall, Jesse A., assignor to S. V. White, Brooklyn, N. Y. Pocket-inkstand 

Crandall, Joseph L., assignor to J. L. Crandall & Co., Providence, R. I. Padlock 

Crandall, Nathan W., Meriden, assignor to Russell and Erwin Manufacturing Company, 

New Britain, Conn. Liquid door-check _ 

Crandall, William E., New York, N. Y. Perambulator _ 

Crane and Breed Manufacturing Company. (See Warther, Frank, assignor.) 
Crane & Breed Manufacturing Company. (See Breed and Warther, assignors.) 
Crane. Charles, assignor of one-half to J. A. Herold, Rahway, N. J. Receptacle for 

paste. &c - - 



688,065 
688,066 
J 665,630 

672,033 

668,728 



Dec. 3 
Dec. 3 
Jan. 8 

Apr. 16 
Feb. 26 



671,509 I Apr. 9 



1077 



1995 
1625 



475 
929 



1015 
1853 



845 



734 

esr« 



3666 
998 

3670 

3672 

3256 

4256 



2785 

21 

903 

735 



205 

1480 

1213 
2892 

579 

32 

4430 

1927 



455 



205 
241 
430 



174 
663 



818 
230 

842 

843 

723 



5 
202 



174 
202 
203 
54 



(202 I 
1 203 f 



339 
265 



94 



121 


96 


7 


94 


1020 


97 


427 


95 



440 
1317 



1960 
1150 



2019 



2026 



1200 
2500 



797 
2047 



821 



1754 
937 



614 
1796 
202 

1200 
1197 
1884 

314 

1250 
1687 



1980 

997 

2824 

2264 



291 69,70 95 1109 



587 

1832 
3185 



3732 
2334 
3354 

3367 

1085 
3295 

1349 



4275 

1712 
2786 
1474 
207 
208 

703 

704 
1537 

2155 

2897 



138 
H39 
408 
716 



1958 

2245 
2551 



810 



i 

' 97 I 1483 



- 94 727 



1833 

'(834 

515 

(778 
~i 779 | 

j?l .fW|*88 
252 94 j 232 
774 97 2572 



299 



979 



376 
634 



55 
55 



163 
352 



500 
646 



97 1260 



939 

1403 
614 
1286 
1885 



OP, 
97 
97 
97 
97 1885 



1179 271 95 265 



19&3 
326 



476 
1634 



02 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 

Gazette. 



Crane, Edward S., assignor to A. S. Gilman, Cleveland, Ohio. Matrix-distributing ma-( 
chine ) 

Crane, Elliott H., Colon, Mich. Coin or lozenge package 

Crane, Francis J., Cripple Creek, Colo. Mining-machine 

Crane, Frederick. (See Bacei, Gustavo, assignor. ) 

Crane, Henry M., New York, N. Y., assignor to Western Electric Company, Chicago, 

111. Signal for telephone trunk-lines 

Crane, Merrill C, New Bedford, Mass. Work-holder 

Crane, Sylvanus B., Perry, Iowa. Apparatus for examining cavities in the human body. 
Crane, Walter E., El Paso, Tex., assignor to Pollard-Ailing Manufacturing Company, 

New York, N. Y. Machine for shearing or cutting metal _ 

Crane, Walter E., El Paso, Tex., assignor to Pollard-Ailing Manufacturing Company, 

New York, N. Y. Soldering-machine 

Crane, Walter R., Lawrence, Kans. Mechanical tamp 

Cranford Paving Company. (See Lange, George W., assignor.) 

Craniger, James C, Kane, Pa. Vapor-burning street-lamp 

Crankshaw, Verner H., Caro, Mich. Fly-trap 

Crann, Hannah, Aspen, Colo. Shears _ 

Crans, Francis A., waverly, N. Y. Trolley 

Crary Coupler Company. (See Crary, Madison N., assignor.) 

Crary, Madison N., assignor to Crary Coupler Company, Hicksville, Ohio. Pump-han- 
dle coupling 

Crary, Thomas F. , Middleport, Ohio. Manufacture of stovepipe-elbows, &c 

Crary, William P., New York, N. Y. Acetylene-gas-generating lamp 

Craven, Austin O., Louisa, Ky. Folding brush _ 

Craven, James F., Pittsburg, Pa. Transmitter-arm 

Craven, James F., Pittsburg, Pa. Billet-turning device for rolling-mill feed-tables 

Craven, Percy A., and G. Cleaver, London, England. Device for sharpening and polish- 
ing scissors __ 

Craven, Phinehas P., Manchester, England. Machinery for spinning, doubling, and 
twisting 

Craw, Joseph T., Jersey City,N. J., assignor of one-half to R. P. Brown and E. L. Bailey, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Paper box 

Craw, Joseph T., Jersey City, N. J., assignor of one-half to R. P. Brown and E. L. Bailey, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Paper box 

Crawford, Charles B., Hunter, Tex. Pump-operating device - _ 

Crawford, Charles C, and W. C. Bichy, assignors of one-fourth to N. H. Flatau, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Mail-bag closure 

Crawford, Charles D., et al. (See Levings, Enoc, assignor.) 

Crawford, David E. (See Jackson, Benjamin F., assignor.) 

Crawford, Frank E., assignor of one-half to W. A. Engsberg, Lakemills, Wis. Hot-water 
bag 

Crawford, Harry M., assignor of two-thirds to M. F. Bailey, Boston, and W. S. Hill, Hyde 
Park, Mass. Portable window-platform 

Crawford, Hayden L., Eminence, Mo. Wheelbarrow 

Crawford, John A., Findlay, Ohio. Lock 

Crawford, John J., Winchester, Mass. Piston-packing for hydraulic presses 

Crawford, McGregor and Canby Co. (See Mattern, George W., assignor.) 

Crawford, Robert. (See De Courcy and Crawford.) 

Crawford, Robert L. (See Butler, Charles M., assignor.) 

Crawford, Stanley A. (See Fay and Crawford.) 

Crawford, Theron C. (See Voelker, William L., assignor.) 

Crawford, Thomas, Philadelphia, Pa. Car-replacer _ 

Crawley Scenic and Pleasure Railway Company. (See Hosea, Lewis M., assignor.) 

Cray, John. (See Long, John R., assignor.) 

Crea, Hugh. (See Beall, John, assignor.) 

Creamer, Bernard S., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for producing press-copied effects .. 

Creamer, Bernard S., New York, N. Y. Inking attachment for printing-presses 

Creamery Package Manufacturing Company. (See Colman, Howard D., assignor. ) 

Creamery Package Manufacturing Company. (See Valerius, Theodore L., assignor.) 

Crean, Francis C Montreal, Canada. Apparatus for disintegrating and drying pulp 

Creasey, Samuel E., Sanford, Me. Tape-measure 

Credlebaugh, Henry S., New Carlisle, assignor of one-half to W. F. Bohlander, Phone- 
ton, Ohio. Speed-regulating clutch 

Cree, Francis, Sr., Denton, England. Apparatus for winding thread. _. 

Cree, Francis, Sr., Denton, assignor of three-fourths to G. and A. E. Worsley, Auden- 
shaw, England. Winding thread and apparatus therefor 

Creech, Lewis T. (See King, John, assignor. ) 

Creed, Frederick G., Lenzie, assignorof one-tenth to W. A Coulson, Glasgow, Scotland.) 
Perforating-machine for tapes of paper, &c ) 

Creed, John J., assignor of two-thirds to C. M. Babcock and W. A. Bell, McDonoghville, 
La. Draft-gear for freight-cars 

Creeden, Patrick J., Columbus, Ohio. Pulley ---- 

Creelman, John, Suffern, N. Y. Indian club _ 

Creelman, William J., assignor to General Manufacturing Company, Rochester, N. Y. 
Automatic regulator for smoke-preventing devices .. 

Crehore, Albert C, Tarrytown, N. Y., and G. O. Squier, Washington, D. C, assignors to 
Crehore-Squier Intelligence Transmission Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Capillary elec- 
trometer for relay pu rposes _-. 

Crehore-Squier Intelligence Transmission Company. (See Crehore and Squier, assign- 
ors.) 

Creighton, Melyin, Rensselaer Falls, N. Y. Sleigh _ 

Crellin, Edwin W., et al. (See Lake, David, assignor.) 

Cremer, Henry, Chicago, 111. Non-reflllable bottle 

Crepeau, John B., Haverhill, Mass. Gun-cleaner _. 

Crepet, Victor, and C. J. Dumoulin, Lyons, France. Decorating plaited fabrics 

Cressonnieres, Anatole and E. des, Brussels, Belgium. Making soap . _ . 

Cressonnieres, Anatole and E. des, Brussels, Belgium. Kneading and mixing apparatus) 
for soap 5 

Cressonnieres, Ernest des. (See Cressonnieres, Anatole and E. des.) 

Cressy, George W. (See Westphal, Peter J., assignor.) 

Creveling, John L., New York, N. Y. Manufacture of storage-battery plates 

Creveling, John L., New York, N. Y. System of electrical distribution 



674,853 

(;ii5. is:; 



684,194 
681,19!) 
688,935 

685,743 

685,744 
685,261 



690,237 

671,510 
672,547 
082,003 



607,650 
677,341 
677,400 
675,266 
675,087 
076,423 

684,679 

679,416 

067,296 

671,759 
675,267 

666,613 



687,004 

669,006 
069,455 
067,20? 
683,252 



688,06? 



670,472 
672,890 

690,238 
671,690 

689,812 
674,114 

674,078 

686,510 

680,130 
684,603 

688.599 

679,455 
669,149 

665,184 

678,10? 
686,030 

678,164 
666,741 

670,312 



665,827 

OSS.H'.ll 



Nov. 5 

May 28 
Jan. 1 



Oct. 8 
Aug. 27 
Dec. 17 

Nov. 5 

Nov. 5 
Oct. 29 



Dec. 31 

Apr. 9 
Apr. 23 
Sept. 17 

Feb. 5 
July 2 
July 2 

May 28 
May 28 
June 18 

Oct. 15 

July 30 

Feb. 5 

Apr. 9 
May 28 

Jan. 22 



Nov. 19 

Feb. 26 
Mar. 5 
Feb. 5 

Sept. 24 



Dec. 3 



Mar. 26 
Apr. 30 

Dec. 31 
Apr. 9 

Dec. 24 
May 14 

May 14 

Nov. 12 

Aug. 6 
Oct. 15 
Dec. 10 

July 30 
Mar. 5 
Jan. 1 



July 

Nov. 
July 



Jan. 29 
Mar. 19 



Jan. 8 
Dec. 10 



581 



2715 
085 



1429 

2701 



20 

23 
3424 

4827 

1181 
3115 

17(19 



15 

112 
3458 
3143 
2054 

2341 

4083 

240 

1652 
3460 

3377 



2487 

3456 
680 
241 

2894 



705 



2649 
3795 



4880 
1537 

3973 
1372 

1304 

1475 

748 
2212 
1703 

4159 
139 



1163 

588 

1573 

3641 

2350 



iss? 

13(11 



1120 



121 
122 
621 
153 



320 
620 
539 



788 

(1116 

(1117 

271 

724 

390 



189 
4 

25 
790 
715 
456 

530 

912 



381 
791 



546 

773 
157 
51 



163 



620 

871 



1117 
354 

924 

317 

302 

(327 
1328 

166 

500 
402 



32 



154 

337 

122 

362 

840 

(547 

")548 



438 
300 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



93 



Alphabetical li.st of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Crew, William A., Salisbury, Md. Sarcophagus. 

Crider, Henry M., York, Pa. Lamp-stove 

Crigler, John M., Saybrook, 111. Grave- vault 

Crim, Azro C, et al. (See Day and Neal, assignors.) 

Crim, John W., Johnston, S. C. Clothes holder or clasp for clothes-lines 

Cripe, Noah M., Elma, Wash. Belt-lacing needle 

Crippen, Henry D., New York, N. Y., G. White and G. S. Maxwell, Jersey City, N. J.;< 

said White and Maxwell assignors to said Crippen. Rock-drill \ 

Crippen, Henry M., Athens, Ohio. Twine-holder 

Crippen, Joseph J., Denver, Colo. Tripod for rock-drills 

Cripps, Harry L., Jersey City, N. J. Overflow-alarm for refrigerators 

Crisman, Bescherrer A., St. Elmo, Tenn. Automatic fire-alarm 

Crist, Charles A., New York, N. Y. Tension device for sewing-machines 

Crist, William H., Williamsport, Pa. Tool-head 

Criswell, James A. E., New York, N. Y. Wood-cutting machine - 

Criswell, James A. E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Machine for making matches .. 

Critchlo w, John, Stoke-upon-Trent , England. Filter-press 



Critchlow, Oscar B. , assignor of one-half to J. B. Fitzpatrick, Lead ville, and L. P. Curtis, 
Denver, Colo. Convertible freight-car - _ _ 

Crites, George B., Chicago, 111. Receptacle for sugar or other powdered or pulverized 
materials 

Crittenden, Orlando. (See Bediant, Clayton S.. assignor.) 

Crittenton, Harlow M., Chicago, 111. Weighing scale or_balance 

Croasdale, Robert, Syracuse, N. Y. Treating rawhide.! 

Crocker, Adams, Fitchburg, Mass. Metal-working machine 



Crocker, Charles D., Hartford, Conn. Pilot-light 

Crocker, Ernest B., Boston, Mass. Window-screen 

Crocker, Francis H., Kansas City, Mo. Cabinet-scraper 

Crocker. John H., Buffalo, N. Y. Machine for bending gutters 

Crocker, Ralph W. (See Madigan and Crocker.) 

Crocker, Seth S., Bridgewater, Mass. Fountain-pen 

Crockett, Ralph M., and H. J. Bundy, Moscow, Idaho. Rock-drill sharpener _ 

Crockett, Sim. (See Smith, Marshall L., assignor.) 

Crockett, William P., Chicago, 111. Protective appliance 

Crofford, Charles B., Vicksburg, Miss. Washing-machine. 

Croizat, Vittorio, Turin, Italy. Gas-lamp lighting or extinguishing apparatus 

Crombie, Herbert S., assignor to Jefferson Manufacturing Company, Woburn, Mass. 

Union-coupling 

Cromer, James W., Shelby, Ohio. Changeable gear for safety-bicycles 

Cromer, Thomas H., assignor of one-half to W. F. Walker and J. L. Orr, Piedmont, S. C. 

Loom-shuttle 

Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Clark, John A., assignor.) 
Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Cowan, Arthur S., assignor.) 
Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Hutchins, George F., assignor.) 
Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Jacobs, William, assignor.) 
Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Morse, Virgil E., assignor.) 
Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Ryon, Eppa H., assignor.) 
Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Wattie, William, assignor.) 
Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Wyman, Horace, assignor.) 
Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Wyman and Gordon, assignors.) 
Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. (See Wyman and Hutchins. assignors.) 
Crompton, William H, and W. Horrocks, Radcliffe, England. Mercerizing apparatus . 
Cromwell, George S., Waukesha, Wis. Device for receiving and delivering mail-bags . - 
Cromwell. John C. (See Garrett, William, assignor.) 

Crone, Seth A., New York, N. Y. Side bearing for cars. _. 

Crone, Seth A., New York, N. Y. Dust-guard for car-axle boxes _• 

Cronenberg, Carl, Berlin. Germany. Compound for thermaphores 

Cronenberger, Michael L., Attica, Ohio. Bale-tie _ 

Cronin, Frederick J., Utica, N. Y. Door 

Cronin, Frederick J., Utica, N. Y. Door. 

Cronk Hanger Co. (See Cronk, William, assignor.) 

Cronk, William, Montour Falls, assignor to Cronk Hanger Co., Elmira, N. Y. Pruning- 

shears 



Cronk, William, Montour Falls, assignor to Cronk Hanger Co., Elmira, N. Y. Hand- 
rake 

Cronkhite, Byron E. (See Depew, Strother I., assignor.) 

Cronkite, Charles M., assignor of one-tenth to J. E. Hilliard, Lansing, Mich. Electro- 
magnetic safety system for railways 

Cronstedt, Elias, et al. (See Kenney, Frank E., assignor.) 
Cronstedt, John, et al. (See Kenney, Frank E., assignor.) 
Cron wall, Carl G. , Chicago, 111. Hot-air power or pumping engine 

Crook, Charles M., Bristol, Conn. Clock-winding mechanism. 



Alvis F., Dallas, Tex. Projectile 

Jules O, and L. Edant, Paris, France. Apparatus for flushing water-closets, 



Crooks, James W., assignor of one-half to W. Veazie, Boston, Mass. 
erated organ 

Croom, 
Croppi, 

&c. 
Crosby. 
Crosby. 

Paris. 
Crosby 
Crosby. 
Crosby 
Crosby 
Crosby 
Crosby, 



Automatically-op- 



Arthur A., Chicago, 111. Crucible or retort _. 

Charles L, assignor to SocifitS Francaise des Machines a Mettre Sousbande, 

France. Machine for wrapping up circulars, newspapers, books, &c 

Company. (See Crosby, William H., assignor.) 

Everett U., Boston, Mass. Valve 

Henry, et al. (See Kendall, Francis B., assignor.) 

Jesse, Madelia, Minn. Combined fodder-shredder and corn-husker.. 

John P., Belmont, N. Y. Lantern attachment for buggies 

Joseph J. G., Northville, Mich. Water-closet tank 



No. 



677,040 
682,130 

680,700 



0K4.0SO 
670,445 

686,444 

671,413 
668.498 

687.2U3 
085,745 
083,103 
668,494 

670,223 
673,243 
072,505 

669,876 



005,51 1 
683,728 

679,278 

681,018 
074,854 
673,017 

679,417 



678,547 
665,185 

683,039 
674,134 

080. 50S 

680,049 
671,945 

687,821 



Date. 



680,131 
385,324 

684,195 
686,715 
683,851 

672,977 

082,321 
082.322 



670.416 
670,417 

681,474 

668,620 
086,209 

671,691 

677,179 
679,069 
665,880 

669,027 

690,239 

667,193 
683,440 
686,592 



July 2 
Sept. 3 

Aug. 20 

Oct. 15 
Mar. 26 

Nov. 12 

Apr. 2 
Feb. 19 
Nov. 20 
Nov. 5 
Sept. 24 
Feb. 19 

Mar. 19 
Apr. 30 
Apr. 23 

Mar. 12 

Aug. 

Jan. 8 
Oct. 1 

July 23 

Aug. 20 
May 28 
Apr. 30 

July 30 

July 16 
Jan. 1 

Oct. 1 
May 14 
Aug. 13 

Aug. 13 
Apr. 9 

Dec. 3 



Aug. 6 
Oct. 29 



Oct. 8 
Nov. 19 
Oct. 1 
Apr. 30 
Sept. 10 1218 
Sept. 10 1219 



Monthly 
volume. 



55 I 

860 
1975 



2342 
2015 

1350 

1001 
2421 
2877 
25 
2020 
2423 
2200 

4461 

3043 

1502 

225 

1325 
550 

3781 

2458 
2716 
4056 

4084 
2321 



381 
1401 
1553 

1713 
1979 

209 



132 

193 

143 

'|434 

531 

611 

( 299 

1300 

227 

543 

629 

5 

604 

P43 

(510 

1511 

(1031 

1032 

)706 

1707 

355 

47 

305 



844 
845 
840 
544 
021 
930 
(912 
(913 

523 

154 



323 
342 



376 
458 



750 

3527 



1133 
1876 
772 

3000 



Mar. 20 
Mar. 26 



2555 
2556 



Aug. 27 3314 



Feb. 26 
Nov. 5 

Apr. 9 

June 25 
July 23 
Jan. 15 

Feb. 26 

Dec. 31 

Feb. 5 
Oct. 1 

Nov. 12 



2683 
930 

1539 

3466 
3370 
2014 

3509 

4831 

33 
37 

1627 



320 
416 
170 
911 
276 
276 



596 
597 

737 



601 
1205 
1 200 
(354 
J 355 
1 356 
[357 

781 
(750 
1751 



782 
1117 



10 

303 



orn.-iai 
Gazettt. 



90 



-96 



117 
2030 

1480 



500 
2377 

1260 

207 
1513 
1610 

970 
2446 
1513 

2274 
985 
665 



2113 

1088 

280 
115 

819 

1574 
1652 
905 

905 

509 
139 

79 
1352 
1370 

1403 
423 



1194 
789 

309 

1385 
155 
886 
2122 
2122 



2366 
2365 

1765 

1588 
1150 

336 



735 

447 

1756 

2903 

997 

10 

1318 



94 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Crosby, Robert E. L., Searcy, Ark. Collapsible crate __ _ 

Crosby Steam Gage and Valve Company. (See Wolfe, Frank L., assignor.) 
Crosby, William H. (See Robertson, William, assignor ) 

Crosby, William H., assignor to Crosby Company, Buffalo, N. Y. Screw-nut 

Croskey, John H. (See Rott and Croskey. ) 

Croslen, William T., and J. W. McMillen. Chicago, 111., assignors, by mesne assignments, 

to McMillan Manufacturing Company, of West Virginia. Fluid-pressure regulator . - . 

Cross, Adolph K., Denver, Colo. Concentrating apparatus 

Cross, Andrew J., New York, N. Y. Optometer _ 

Cross, Charles F. (See Luck and Cross. ) 

Cross, Charles F., London, England, and G. A. Parkes, Muckmore, Ireland. Bleaching 

fabrics 

Cross, Edmond R. (See Swihart and Cross.) 

Cross, George W., Carbondale, Pa. Screen _ 

Cross, George W., Carbondale, Pa. Wheel 

Cross, Harold D., Nashua, N. H., assignor to S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Dental articulator _ 

Cross, Henry A., Camden, Me. Appliance for making plasters 

Cross. Jerome A., Fultonville, assignor of one-half to E. W. Peck, Gloversville, N. Y. 
Apparat u s for oiling wheels 

Cross, Jerome L. (See Durant, Napoleon, assignor.) 

Cross, Joseph E., Brattleboro, Vt. Therapeutical vaporizer 

Cross, Marion S., assignor of one-half to L. B. Cannon, Denver, Colo. Safety hitching 
device 



No. 



Cross, Marion S., assignor of one-half to L. B. and J. T. Cannon. Denver, Colo. Clothes- 
retainer for clothes-lines 

Cross, William A., Chicago, 111. Warehouse-door. _ 

Crossett, Lewis A., et al., administrator. (See Plimpton. Herbert M. and H. E.) 
Crossland, William B., Guthrie, Okla. Ter. SecHonal electric light, telephone, or tele- 
graph pole 

Crossley, Albert D., South Norwalk, Conn. Trolley-wire hanger 

Crossley, Bernard, Burnley, England. Shuttle-changing motion for looms... 

Crossley, Charles S., Newark, Ohio. Corn-planter 

Crossley, Emmons E. W., Newark, Ohio. Scale-removing and valve-grinding device ... 

Croston, Thomas, Hoquiam, Wash. Rotary engine _ 

Croswhite, William P., Clark. Mo. Wire-fence reel .. 

Crouch, Franklin B., New York, N. Y. Electrically-illuminated display-fountain 

Crouch, Walter L., Thomaston, Conn. Chip-breaker 

Crouch, William H., et al. (See Rhodes, Orlando D., assignor.) 

Croul, Frank H., Detroit, Mich. Leather-stretching machine 

Crouse, Clarence B., et al. (See Merritt, Arthur A., assignor.) 

Crow, Charles S., Frendale, Iowa. Portable and adjustable scaffold 

Crow, Robert D., Henderson, Tex. Lapel-spring for coats 

Crowder, Albert B., assignor of one-half to B. Griesedieck, St. Louis, Mo. Self-cleaning 

float- valve _ _ 

Crowdus, Walter A., Chicago, 111. Motor-vehicle 

Crowe, Eyre, Banbury, England. Golf apparatus 

Crowe, Frederick C, assignor to Crowe Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Rope- 



clamp. 



Crowe Manufacturing Company. (See Crowe, Frederick C, assignor.) 

Crowe, Patrick H., Meadville, Pa. Game 

Crowe, Paul L., Duluth, Minn. Grate and bar therefor 

Crowe, Paul L., Duluth, Minn. Grate-frame 

Crowe, PaulL., Duluth, Minn. Oscillating engine 

Crowe, Paul L., Duluth, Minn. Furnace-wall _ 

Crowe, Walter W., Chicago, 111. Needle-holder. 



Crowe, William H., Youngstown, Ohio. Rotary engine 

Crowell, Charles H., Lynn, assignor to Carter, Rice & Company, Boston, Mass. Com- 
pound stiff ening fabric _._ 

Crowell, Lewis, Concord, N. H. Lead-truck swivel for locomotives 

Crowell, Luther C, assignor to R. Hoe and C. W. Carpenter, New York, N. Y. Print- 
ing-press 

Crowell, Luther C, assignor to R. Hoe andC. W. Carpenter, New York, N. Y. Print-, 
ing-press ' 

Crowell, Luther C, assignor to R. Hoe and C. W. Carpenter, New York, N. Y. Casting- 
box 



Crowell, Luther C, assignor to R. Hoe and C. W. Carpenter, New York, N. Y. Bed-mo- 
tion 

Crowell, Luther C, assignor to R. Hoe and C. W. Carpenter, New York, N. Y. Bed-mo- 
tion for bed-and-cylinder printing-machines 

Crowell, Prentiss. (See Levy and Little, assignors.) 

Crowley, Thomas, Lambert ville, N. J. Rubber boot 

Crowley. William A. H., Boston, Mass. Buckle 

Crown Cork and Seal Company. (See Painter, William, assignor.) 

Crown Dryer Company. (See Hornsey, John W., assignor.) 

Crown Dryer Company. (See Hornsey, Ellenberger, and Duty, assignors.) 

Crown Extractor Co. (See Franklin, Claude, assignor.) 

Crown Gold Milling Company. (See Wood, Frederick W., assignor.) 

Crowsley, Ernst A. (See Shaw-Mackenzie and Crowsley.) 

Crowther. Edgar F., Vicksburg, Miss. Air heating and distributing apparatus for open 
fi replaces . 



Crowther, Horace W. (See Rossiter and Crowther.) 

Crozier, Charles, Honolulu, Hawaii. Machine for conveying and loading crops or mer-i 

chandise ) 

Crozier, George W., Muncie, Ind. Voting-machine 



Crozier, George W., Muncie, Ind. Check-row-wire machine 

Crozier, William, U. S. Army. Wire-wound gun _ 

Crudginton, James F., Bridgeport, Conn. Carriage-lowering attachment for milling- 
machines 



688,600 



6K0,'.)'.I1 



668,094 
669,043 

(507,973 



674,759 

665,408 
677,120 

683,640 
679,498 

675,053 

676,713 

688,503 

670,397 
681,953 

689,387 
679,953 
667,767 
670,984 
676,617 

674,258 

678,378 
685,110 
670,270 

668,037 

668,627 
673,616 

671,854 
687,498 
686,265 



682,041 
668,495 
668,496 

668,497 

668,498 
670,665 

672,700 



665,996 

005,997 



667,679 
667,680 



678,358 

678,476 

666,497 
682,586 



669,912 

686,511 
667,682 

689,291 

671,879 

680,962 



Date. 



Dec. 10 



Aug. 20 



Feb. 12 
Feb. 26 
Feb. 12 



May 21 

Jan. 8 
June 25 

Oct. 1 
July 30 

May 28 

June 18 

Dec. 10 

Mar. 19 
Sept. 3 

Dec. 24 
Aug. 6 
Feb. 12 
Apr. 2 
June 18 

May 14 

July 16 
Oct. 22 
Mar. 19 

Feb. 12 

Feb. 26 
May 7 

Apr. 9 
Nov. 26 
Nov. 12 

Nov. 19 

Sept. 3 
Feb. 19 
Feb. 19 

Feb. 19 

Feb. 19 
Mar. 26 

Apr. 23 



Jan. 15 
Jan. 15 

Feb. 12 
Feb. 12 

Feb. 12 

July 16 

July 16 

Jan. 22 
Sept. 10 



Mar. 12 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



1704 



2403 



1676 
3540 
1477 



2545 

1090 
&369 

383 
4257 

3064 

2600 

1519 

2512 
580 



3140 
453 

1104 
110 

2420 

1618 

1996 
3154 
2276 

1576 

2685 



1804 
3438 
1023 

2234 

726 
2424 
2426 

2428 
2432 
3000 

3421 



2205 

937 
939 

942 

1953 

2194 

3187 
1675 



1509 



Nov. 


12 


1481 


Feb. 


12 


944 


Dec. 


17 


2977 


Apr. 


9 


1855 


Aug. 


20 


2345 



(402 
1403 



530 



3?6 
788 
327 



(252 
1253 

758 



700 

583 

353 

586 
121 



731 

95 

241 

26 

540 

(374 

1375 

455 

724 

531 

352 

602 
113 

420 
754 
226 

494 

157 
543 

544 

1544 

(545 

545 

704 

(787 

u 

508 
508 

203 
(204 
1205 

205 

447 



736 

381 



1328 
1329 

206 
(693 
^694 
(695 

431 

515 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



95 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Crueger, Hermann, assignor of one-half to M. N. Moorman, Jr., and E. Purcell, Jr., Roan- 
oke. Va. Laundering-iron heater 

Cruickshank, Arthur B., London, England. Attachment for pens 

Cruikshank, James W., Oakmont, Pa. Glass-teeming apparatus 

Crumb, Charles W. (See Tefft, Charles B., assignor.) 

Crump, Harry, Brighton, England. Window-cleaning apparatus 

Crump. Larkin L., Westpoint, Miss. Spark-arrester ._ 

Crumrine, Charles C, assignor of one-half to A. Winkel, Cleveland, Ohio. Detachable 
spout for cans 

Crutchfield, Elmer M. (See Selph, John A., assignor.) 

Cruvellier, Baptistin, Paris, France. Electric-railway system 

Cruyt, William J., Brussels, Belgium. Accumulator for mixed fluids under pressure ... 
Cryer, John M., and W. E. Bullen, Poulton-le-Fylde, England. Electric shuttle-motion 

for looms ._ . 

Cudahy Packing Company. (See Cameron and Clingen, assignors.) 
Cudahy Packing Company. (See McAnany, John F., assignor.) 

Cudd, Simeon S.. Kelton. S. C. Combined cotton planter and guano-distributer.. 

Cudey, Albert L.. Paris, assignor to Societe Cudey & Compagnie, Fontaine-le-Bourg, 

France. Fabric having metallic teeth or wires secured therein _ 

Cudney, Frederick, Detroit. Mich. Machine for printing paper bags 

Culbertson, Esta F., Indianapolis, Ind. Rubber-tread horseshoe 



Culbertson, Laban H., and W. Kirkpatrick, Dexter, Mo. Baling-press 

Cullen, Edward J.. Corning, N. Y. Combination rein and horse holder 

Culley, George, Cleveland, Ohio. Device for turning music-leaves 

Culmer. John W., assignor to National Computing S.cale Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Spring-balance scale 

Culver, Darwin D., Aurora, 111. Means for converting motion 

Culver, George A., assignor to Dempster Manufacturing Company, Des Moines, Iowa. 

Long-stroke gearing for windmills 

Culver, Henry S., London, Canada. Document-file ._ 

Culver, Ira, Cleveland, Ohio. Oil burner or heater 

Culver, Reuben D., Vedersburg, Ind. Paving-block 

Culver, Willard B., assignor to E. E. Hendrick, Carbondale, Pa. Shaft-coupling. 

Cumfer, Harry A. (See Post, Bridge, Cumfer, and Brown.) 

Cuming, Alfred A., Hingham, Mass. Rotary engine 

Cuming. Mari A., assignor of one -half to H. Washburn, New York, N. Y. Hat-shap-) 

ing machine J 

Cumings, Frank A., Greersville, assignor of one-half to W. Morris, Loudonville, Ohio. 

Secrecy telephone system 

Cummer, Albert E., Cleveland, Ohio. Treating hydrous compounds 

Gumming, Paul R., assignor to Handy Things Company. Chicago, 111. Window-cleaner. 
Cummings, Charles, Oakland, assignor to Automatic Boiler Feed Water Regulator Co. J 

San Francisco, Cal. Automatic boiler-feeder ___ J 

Cummings, Cornelius T., Walterboro, S. C. Belt-stretcher 

Cummings, Elmore D., St. Paul, Minn. Lift-bridge 

Cummings, George W., Cohoes, N. Y. Knitting-machine 

Cummings, James, assignor of one-half to J. M. Hally, Victor, Colo. Bridge-gate 

Cummings, Justelle B., Falmouth, Me. Mechanically-propelled vehicle 

Cummings, Montravill D., Columbus, Ohio. Strain end or corner for wire fences 

Cummings, Thaddeus L. , Hagerty, Iowa. Band-cutter and feeder for threshing-machines. 
Cummins, Randolph, Philadelphia, Pa. Parlor game _ 

Cumms, Frank F., Rutland, Vt. Leather-working machine _ 

Cunniff, Edward. (See Cunniff, John V. and E.) 

Cunniff, John V. and E., New Bedford, assignors to Draper Company, Hopedale, Mass. 
Filling-replenishing loom... _. _ 

Cunning, Wayne, Clarinda, Iowa. Engine-valve 

Cunningham, Albert, Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to Filer and Stowell Company, of Wis- 
consin. Rift-machine _. ; 

Cunningham, Albert, assignor to Filer & Stowell Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Offset for/ 
sawmill-carriages j 

Cunningham, Fred G. (See Cunningham, William, assignor.) 

Cunningham, John A., South Bethlehem, Pa. Match-box and cigar-cutter 

Cunningham. John J., assignor to Gurney Foundry Company, Limited, Toronto, Can 
ada. Water- heater for range-boilers _ 

Cunningham, John N., Allegheny. Pa. Attachment for oval or square mat cutting ma 
chines 



678,165 
671,371 
666.086 

665,409 
672,753 

676,937 

689,706 
670,148 

665,186 

672,355 

669,509 
680,409 
676,086 

681,200 

6S4,916 
685,262 

667,425 
666,738 

668,729 
666,649 
669,510 
674.672 
687,676 

676,220 
665,068 

685,715 
674,760 
674,962 

688,295 

685,201 
689,856 

686,803 

682,532 

673.861 
674,694 
082,042 
671,855 

682.915 



July 9 
Apr. 2 
Jan. 15 

Jan. 8 
Apr. 23 

June 25 



Dec. 24 
Mar. 19 



Jan. 



Apr. 16 

Mar. 12 
Aug. 13 
June 11 

Aug. 27 

Oct. 22 
Oct. 29 



Feb. 
Jan. 



Cunningham, Joseph, Mattoon, 111. Device for operating markers of corn-planters 

Cunningham, Levi G., Shellrock, Iowa. Galvanic battery _ 

Cunningham, Patrick, assignor of three-fourths to F. D. Stanley, New Bedford, and W. A. 
Whittlesey, Pittsrield. Mass. Shaft-reversing device 

Cunningham, Richard H., New York, N. Y. Interrupter 

Cunningham, Thomas, Wenham, Mass. Steam or other pipe __ 

Cunningham, Thomas, Wenham, Mass. Conduit for electric wires or cables _. 

Cunningham, Walter O, Buffalo, N. Y. Smoking-pipe.-. 

Cunningham, William, assignor to F. G. Cunningham. Allenwood, Pa. Automatic boiler- 
feeder 



Cunningham, William J., Philadelphia, Pa. Bottle-stopper. 

Cunningham, William R , and T. Major, Frankfort, Ind. Voting-machine 

Cunnius, Calvin T. (See Anthony, Cunnius, and Watson.) 

Cuntz, Hermann F., Hartford, Conn., assignor to American Bicycle Company, Jersey 

City, N. J., and New York, N. Y. Gear-cutting machine 

Cupples, Andrew M., Tyrone, Pa. Tooth for excavator-buckets 

Cupples, Andrew M., Tyrone, Pa. Car-fender 

Curley, John L.. Hamilton, Ohio. Thill-coupling 

Curley, Percy G., Charlestown, Mass. Fastener for car-doors 

Curran, Edward, Boston, Mass. Lacing-hook-setting machine. 



Curran, Philip B., Philadelphia, Pa. Hydrocarbon incandesaent lamp 

Currie, John A. (See O'Neill and Currie.) 

Currie, Stanley C. O, New York, N. Y„ assignor to himself , and E. N. Dickerson, Stovall, 
N. C. Treating metallic ores _ 



688,236 
j 665,512 

684,764 
686,392 

687,731 

679,552 

671,208 
674,198 
677,955 

667,298 
688,068 

672,034 
689,541 
665.187 

668,008 
671,309 
673,793 



687,369 
673.423 
685,395 
680,844 
682,242 

676,877 

670.630 

690,361 



Feb. 26 
Jan. 29 
Mar. 12 
May 21 
Nov. 26 

June 11 
Jan. 1 

Oct. 29 
May 21 
May 28 

Dec. 10 

Oct. 22 
Dec. 31 

Nov. 19 

Sept. 10 

May 14 
May 21 
Sept. 3 
Apr. 9 

Sept. 17 



Dec. 3 

Jan. 8 

Oct. 15 
Nov. 12 

Dec. 3 

July 30 

Apr. 2 
May 14 
July 9 

Feb. 5 

Dec. 3 

Apr. 16 

Dec. 24 

Jan. 1 

Feb. 12 
Apr. 2 

May 7 

Nov. 26 
May 7 
Oct. 29 
Aug. 20 
Sept. 10 

June 25 

Mar. 26 



1574 

919 

2368 

1091 
3539 

3043 

3753 
2038 

690 



2762 

811 
1270 
1373 



363 
209 
546 

253 
810 

678 

(881 

1 882 

473 

154 



638 



I P7QR I J 620 

2796 j } m 

2787 634 
3425 



509 
3633 

2S98 
3454 
812 
2409 
3794 

1646 
446 

4276 
2547 
2893 

1129 

3312 

4078 

2077 

1570 

913 

2444 
727 
1805 

2301 



999 

1320 



102 



646 
802 
189 
555 
838 

366 

;ioo 

1 101 

979 

588 

666 

1259 

/ 200 

762 

940 

(461 

I 102 

I 350 

(357 

214 

564 

157 

420 

1519 

1520 



231 

305 

2 «9 \^ 



1242 



43 

4359 

610 
1519 

1187 

243 

707 
2156 
3450 

691 

1530 
812 



3181 
105 
3674 
2134 
1079 

2900 

2932 



1275 



10 

979 

137 
351 
274 

51 
163 
500 
809 
155 

342 

180 
185 



698 
24 

844 

467 

243 

(652 

1 653 



341 
191 
515 

234 
773 

2521 

2666 
2241 

139 



589 

1979 
1312 
2152 

1663 

614 
767 

1090 
801 

1634 



768 
1979 
05 1574 
97 : 1802 



95 2207 



>94 

97 
95 
95 

-97 

97 
97 

•97 

-96 

95 
95 



96 



97 
94 

J- 97 
^97 



Dec. 31 5046 1164 I 97 2945 



90 

939 

1601 
1686 

2097 

722 
2753 

1433 

2193 

1254 
1580 

21 II W 



2359 



2048 
281 

535 

1235 

1851 

960 

129 
1374 
265 

1039 
1984 

477 
2605 

139 

1316 
170 
1211 



1675 
1074 
822 
1509 
2096 

2494 

2438 



96 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Currier, Alfred M., St. Regis Falls, N. Y. Stool 

Currier, Arthur, and A. B. Dodge, assignors to Dodge Needle Company, Manchester, N. H. 1 
Machine for inserting latch-pivots into latch-needles _ \ 

Currier, Calvin J., Lisbon, N. H., assignor to Granite State Electrical Works, of New 
Hampshire. Machine for covering wire 

Currier, William S., Rosehill, Iowa. Grain-separator 

Curry, James H., Willdnsburg, Pa. Mirror 

Curry, James H., Willdnsburg, Pa. Combined hand and stand mirror 

Curtain Supply Company, (bee Burrowes, Edward T., assignor.) 

Curtain Supply Company. (See Emery, Plato G., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Curtain Supply Company. (See Forsyth, George H., assignor.) 

Curtain Supply Company. (See Forsyth, Henry H. and G. H., assignors.) 

Curtin, Andrew F., Medf ord, Mass. Connection for water-closet bowls 

Curtin, Emmett R., Lima, assignor of one-half to G. Wiseman, St. Mary's, Ohio. Oil- 
well pipe and casing-spear 

Curtis, Charles L. (See Bannihr, Caesar R., assignor.) 

Curtis, Charles L. (See Quinby, Edwin R., assignor.) 

Curtis, Frank C, assignor to Sturgess Governor Engineering Company, Troy, N. Y. 
Speed-ijegulator 

Curtis, Frank H., assignor of two-thirds to F. B. Ninness and L. B. Knolle, Pittsburg, 
Pa. Roller-towel cabinet _ 

Curtis, George O., and C. R. Bolter, Logan, Iowa. Fire-escape 

Curtis, Georgianna E., Auburn, N. Y. Curtain-fixture - 

Curtis, Henry B. , Leyton, England. Child's convertible chair and go-cart 

Curtis, Henry E., New York, assignor to Yost Writing Machine Company, Ilion, N. Y. 

Type-writing machine 

Curtis, Henry H. (See Viano, Felix, assignor.) 

Curtis, Lewis E., Chicago, 111. Phonograph ._ 

Curtis, Lewis E., assignor to O. Bradford, Chicago, 111., and W. L. Caldwell, New York,( 
N. Y. Machine for expanding metal ) 

Curtis, Lewis E., assignor to O. Bradford, Chicago, 111., and W. L. Caldwell, New York,? 
N. Y. Roll for cutting expanded metal ) 

Curtis, Lucien P., et al. (See Critchlow, Oscar B., assignor.) 

Curtis, Lucius H., Salt Lake City, Utah. Stove or furnace 

Curtis, Martha R., Sewickley, Pa. Clothes-washer 

Curtis, Nelson, Boston, Mass. Engine 

Curtis, Nelson, Boston, Mass. Valve. 

Curtis, Nelson, Boston, Mass. Reducing- valve 

Curtis, Omar M., Wolcott, N. Y. Furnace. 

Curtis, Timothy A., Newark, N. J. Machine for threading tape into edgings 

Curtis, William. (See Evans and Curtis.) 

Curtis, William E. (See Headman and Curtis.) 

Curtiss, W. L. (See Collins, John T., assignor.) 

Curtiss, Waldo L. (See Collins, John T., assignor.) 

Curts, William H., Michie, Mich. Cap for wagon-poles 

Cuscaden, George W., C. F. Klotz, and H. A. Cuscaden, Louisville, Ky. Machine for 
molding ice-cream 

Cuscaden, Harry A. (See Cuscaden, Klotz, and Cuscaden.) 

Cusdin, Thomas, assignor of one-half to J. W. Rice, Armadale, Victoria. Spring-heel 
horseshoe 

Cushing, Alvin M., Springfield, Mass. Street letter-box 

Cushing, Ernest W., assignor to Eastern Electric Company, Boston, Mass. Photome- 
ter . 

Cushing, John J. (See Hauss, David J., assignor.) 

Cushing, Joseph L., Lowell, Mass. Emergency-brake 

Cushman, Edward S., Centerville, Iowa. Cooling-can __ 

Cushman, Joseph W., New York, N. Y. Device for applying metallic seals to envel- 
ops 

Cushwa, Charles B. (See Keffer and Cushwa.) 

Cushwa, Charles B., Pittsburg. Pa. Rolling sheet metal 

Cutcheon, Frederick R. M., St. Paul, Minn. Timed electric switch for multiple-rate me-( 
ter systems ( 

Cutcliff, James E. , Reading, Mass. Laundry-basket 

Cuthbert, Arthur, London, England. Cycle-saddle 

Cuth'oert, James E. (See Rogers and Cuthbert.) 

Cuthbertson, William B , New Brighton, Pa. Rotary explosive-engine. 

Cutler, William, Birmingham, England. Construction of union-casks used in brewing) 
operations ._ _ 5 

Cutmore, Hahnemann A., Lee, England. Telephone speaking-tube or like receiver 

Cutrer, John W., Clarksdale, Miss. Record 

Cutsinger, Thomas, Franklin, Ind. Horseshoe 

Cutten, Lewyn F., Boissevain, Canada. Hammock-swinger 

Cutter, Charles W., Denver, Colo. Dust-pan 

Cutter, Harriet F., executrix. (See Robinson, Frederick F.) 

Cutter, Henry B., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor, by mesne assignments, to H. W. Leonard, 
New York, N. Y. Rheostat and circuit-breaker --- 

Cutter. Horace L., et al. (See Hamilton, Albert R., assignor.) 

Cutting, Frederick C, Rochester, N. Y., assignor to Lamson Consolidated Store Service 
Company, Newark, N. J. Pneumatic-despatch-tube apparatus -- - 

Cutting, John T., New York, N. Y. Tobacco-box 

Cuttler, Isaac F., St. Helens, and H. S. King, South Molton, England. Apparatus for 
truing up wheels of tram or like cars 

Cutts, Charles C, et al. (See Reese, Henry D., assignor.) 

Cuyahoga Telephone Company. (See Loafing, Thomas W., assignor.) 

Cuzner, George J., assignor to Hoover & Gamble Company, Miamisburg, Ohio. Spin- 
ning-machine __ 

Cwerka, Joseph, Manchester, Conn. Stop-motion for looms 

Cyclone Trap Company. (See Bowen, Calvin C, assignor.) 

Cyphers, Lawrence C, Pittsburg, Pa. Rail-joint 

Cyr, George L., Brooks, Minn. Rolling colter 

Czarniecki, Edward L. Aspinwall, Pa. Box... 

Czepull, Angelika, assignor of one-third to P. Heine, Lancaster, Pa. Building-block ... 



677,180 
682,533 

667,651 
686,593 
665.188 
689,607 



684,196 
667,194 



680,701 

686,594 
673,942 
681,201 

682,916 



679,954 
667,117 
670,606 

671,915 

681,444 
688,831 

671,394 
679,456 

0S3,3S8 
682,673 
680,475 



681,875 
682,243 



687,605 
666,472 

672,184 



682,457 
681,876 

686,595 

672,667 

680,316 

670,848 
674,199 

677,949 

690,240 

675,467 
678,229 
672,314 
669,980 
677,950 

668,140 



681.012 
681,627 

683,554 



681,628 
685,746 

681,043 
666,881 

661,835 
675,374 



June 25 
Sept. 10 

Feb. 5 
Nov. 12 
Jan. 1 
Dec. 24 



Oct. 8 
Feb. 5 

Aug. 20 

Nov. 12 
May 14 
Aug. 27 

Sept. 17 

Aug. 6 
Jan. 29 
Mar. 26 

Apr. 9 

Aug. 27 
Dec. 17 
Apr. 2 
July 30 
Sept. 24 
Sept. 17 
Aug. 13 



Sept. 3 
Sept. 10 

Nov. 26 
Jan. 22 

Apr. 16 

Sept. 10 
Sept. 3 

Nov. 12 

Apr. 23 

Aug. 13 

Mar. 26 
May 14 

July 9 

Dec. 31 

June 4 
July 9 
Apr. 16 
Mar. 19 
July 9 

Feb. 12 



Aug. 20 
Aug. 27 

Oct. 1 



Aug. 27 
Nov. 5 

Aug. 20 
Jan. 29 
Jan. 1 
June 4 



3467 
1571 



1629 

692 
3571 



1435 
35 



1854 

1631 
1045 
2797 

2304 



455 
4386 
2885 

1916 

3257 

2107 
964 
1162 
3130 
1819 
1383 



409 
1079 



3648 
3130 



2420 



1454 
410 

1632 

3362 
1092 

3311 

1520 



1177 

4835 

194 

1692 
2677 
1699 
1179 



1762 



2505 
3601 



232 



3005 
26 

2507 

3929 

13 

11 



781 
357 
358 

189 
363 
155 
839 



320 



407 



245 
621 

| 520 
152'. 

95,96 

1007 
1675 
^676 
(677 
j 444 
|445 

723 
493 
219 
935 
717 
417 



244 



720 

559 

)329 

1330 

83 

864 

775 

« 242 

1243 

781 

352 

(271 

1272 

(1117 

}1118 

44 

388 

619 

399 

272 

J 395 

"|390 



555 
801 



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97 2319 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



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Alph a betiea J list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 




Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Date. 



310 

397 

562 

1608 
872 

2045 
693 

447 
452 
537 

2446 
1466 
1143 



1979 
1536 

254 



1079 
2008 
2516 

1824 
2618 

1887 
114 



2245 
1913 



1317 
723 

1545 
471 

2707 

1692 
411 



1281 



2128 



1516 

2073 

377 



337 
1611 

448 



1583 
1583 
448 

546 



1319 
2867 



D. Clint Prescott Co. (See Prescott. Clay S., assignor.) 

D. H. Burrell and Company. (See Sague and Clapp, assignors.) 

D. M. Sechler Carriage Company. (See Englund. Ernst E., assignor.) 

D. M. Sechler Carriage Company. (See Tunnicliff, John C, assignor.) 

D. 51. Sechler Carriage Company. (See Tunnicliff and Samuels, assignors.) 

D'Aubigne, Bartolo L. (See Linch. Edward P., assignor.) 

D'Echaux, Jules. Gibson. La. Shutter-blind fastener 

D'Homergue, John B., Pittsburg, Pa., assignor of one-half to J. De Long, New York, 

N. Y. Lining 

D'Humy, Paul R. D., assignor to Patent Exploitation, Limited, Liverpool, England. 

5Ianufacture of anthracite briquets .. 

D'Olier, Henry, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Carbon break for electric switches 

D'Opdorp, Francois P., Brussels, Belgium. Advertising letter-paper and envelop 

Da Rozir, Levi, Boston, 5Iass. Safety alarm device ... 

Dachtera, Paul J. and W. 51., New York, N. Y. Eyeglass-guard 

Dachtera, William 51. (See Dachtera, Paul J. and W. M.) 

Daellenbach, Charles R., Park Gate, Pa. Rear-compression explosive-engine 

Daellenbach, Charles R., Park Gate, Pa. Explosive-engine governor. 

Daemicke, Paul J.. Chicago. 111. Refrigerator. 

Dagain, Emile. (See Verg6 and Dagain.) 

Daggett, Daniel, Lexington, Nebr. Calf-weaner 

Daggett, Herbert 51., Philadelphia, Pa. 5Iagnetic separator 

Dahin, Frederick, assignor to J. W. Stolts, New York, N. Y. Burial-casket 

Dahis, Fredrick A. (See Dahis. Raymond V. and F. A.) 

Dahis, Raymond V. and F. A., assignors of one-third to J. B. Stanhope, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Puzzle device - 

Dahl, Berent O., Viroqua, Wis. Apparatus for sorting.tobacco-leaves 

Dahl, Charles A., Lynn, aud W. W. Dixon, Boston, 5Iass., assignors to Reece Buttonhole) 

5Iachine Company, Portland, 5Ie.,andBoston, 51ass. Overedge stitching-machine J 

Dahl, Charles A. , Lynn, and W. W. Dixon, Boston, 5Iass. , assignors to Reece Buttonhole 

5Iachine Company, Portland, 5Ie., and Boston, 5Iass. Seam for sewed articles 

Dahl, Louis, 5Iineral. Tex. Attachment for suspenders 

Dahlberg, Justus E. O., St. Louis, 5Io. Pen 

Dahlborg, Charles F., et al. (See Gronvald, Andreas, assignor.) 

Dahlhaus, Charles A., Brazil, Ind. Vehicle-axle 

Dahmen, Hans von, assignor to J. Fiihrer, Vienna, Austria-Hungary. Blasting agent... 
Dailey, John, et al. (See Stevens, Lucious O., assignor.) 

Dailey, John A., Detroit, 5Iich. Calendar _ 

Dailey, Parley A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Floor-covering and manufacturing same .. 

Daimler Manufacturing Company. (See Hanauer and Veitch, assignors.) 
Daimler Slanufacturing Company. (See Maybach, Wilhelm A., assignor.) 

Dain, Joseph, Jr., Ottumwa, Iowa. Rake for hay-loaders 

Dain, Joseph, Jr., assignor to Dain 5Ianuf acturing Company, Carrollton, 5Io. Hay-loader. 
Dain 5Ianufacturing Company. (See Dain, Joseph, Jr., assignor.) 
Daisy 51anufacturing Co. (See Hamilton, Clarence J., assignor.) 
Daisy Slanufacturing Company. (See Bennett, Frederick F., assignor.) 
Daisy 5Ianufacturing Company. (See Bennett and Burrow, assignors.) 

Dakin, Benjamin E., Washington, D. C. Attachment for motor-vehicles 

Dale, John H., Newark, N. J. Pneumatic-tube system _ 

Daley, James, Fitchburg, 5Iass. Car-brake. __ 

Daley, Owen, assignor to United States Steel Lock Company, Lyons, Iowa. Knob 

Dall, William, Dunedin, New Zealand. Candle-holder and save-all 

Dallard, Noah L., Wheeling, W. Va. Hitching device _ 

Dallard. Noah L.. Wheeling, W. Va. Rail-joint 

Dallett & Company, Thomas H. (See Soley, William H., assignor.) 

Dallmann, Georg. (See Schutz and Dallmann.) 

Dalton, Daniel F. (See Field, 5I?rggraff. Draher. and Dalton.) 

Dalton, John W., Hill City, Tenn. Hame-fastener __. 



Dalton, Richard. Wilmette. 111. Excavating apparatus . 



Dalton. Thomas, Leeds, England. Press for the manufacture of and undercutting tiles,? 
bricks, &c j 

Dalton, William B. (See La Barge, Henry S., assignor.) 

Dalton, William J., and R. T. Welsh, Meridian, 51iss. Tool for clamping and stretching 
wires 

Dalumi, Julius A., New York, N. Y. Sign.. 

Daly, Henry W., U. S. Army. Ammunition-box 

Daly, Hugh F., et al. (See Geddes. Charles A., assignor.) 

Daly, Michael J. (See Browning and Daly.) 

Daly, 51ichael J., Pittsburg. Pa. 61ail-box _ 

Daly, Richard B., Woonsocket, R. I. Flier _ 

Dalzell, James A., Lynn, 5Iass., assignor to General Electric Company, of New York.) 
Electric-arc lamp _ ) 

Dalzon, Aime. (See Darmancier and Dalzon.) 

Damey, James, and W. H. Cork, assignors of one-third to N. S. Bouton, Chicago, 111. 
Heater 

Damey, James, and W. H. Cork, assignors of one-third to N. S. Bouton, Chicago, 111. 
Heater. _ 

Damon, Arolyn P. (See Damon, George L., assignor.) 

Damon, George, Cranford, N. J., aud E. S. Peets, New York, N. Y. Axle.. 

Damon, George L., et al. (See Towan, James H., assignor.) 

Damon, George L., assignor to A. P. Damon, Boston, 51ass. Thermostatic appliance for 
boltwork 

Damon, Lyman R., Dexter, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Damon Perforator Com- 
pany, Old Town, Me. Perforator for printing-machines 

Damon Perforator Company. (See Damon, Lyman R., assignor.) 

Damonte, Joseph A. R., administrator. (See Damonte, Roger.) 

Damonte, Roger, deceased, New Orleans, La.; J. A. R. Damonte, administrator. Steam- 
generator _ 



684,198 

665,828 

666.229 
681,112 
606.924 
675,871 

ooo. ins 

665,881 
671.952 
678,612 

683,104 

OSO.NS'.I 
673,596 



669,511 
674,573 

684,046 

686,031 

682.1)43 
670,849 

681.629 
689,577 

669,319 
671,184 



676,304 
681,778 



668,009 
6N.-),2H2 
674,603 
678,458 
689,796 
668,871 
671.916 



673,943 



677,538 



000.013 



668,499 
682,177 
671,817 



671,092 
687,204 

665,882 



687,178 
687,179 
665,883 

666,185 
666,305 



Dana, Charles H., Jr., West Lebanon, N. H. 5Iachine for sewing with a knot-stitch . 
7 PAT 



600.130 



Oct. 8 

Jan. 8 

Jan. 15 
Aug. 20 
Jan. 29 
June 4 
Jan. 22 

Jan. 15 
Apr. 16 
July 16 

Sept. 24 
Nov. 19 
May 7 

5Iar. 12 

51ay 21 

Oct. 8 



Nov. 5 
Sept. 3 
Mar. 26 

Aug. 27 
Dec. 24 

51ar. 5 
Apr. 2 



June 11 
Sept. 3 



Feb. 12 
Oct. 22 
51ay 21 
July 16 
Dec. 24 
Feb. 26 
Apr. 9 



May 14 
July 2 



Mar. 12 



Feb. 19 

Sept. 10 
Apr. 9 



Apr. 9 
Nov. 26 

Jan. 15 



Nov. 19 
Nov. 19 
Jan. 15 

Jan. 15 
Jan. 22 

Nov. 12 
Dee. 31 



1130 



2013 
2024 
4016 
950 



2015 
2023 
2467 

2628 

2237 

453 



813 
2226 

1162 



5.s9 
729 
3312 

3607 
3520 

458 

541 



1833 
240 



1531 
3313 

2276 
2151 
3948 
3193 
1917 



1046 
361 

1570 



2435 
950 
1748 



1544 
2878 

2017 



2820 
2S22 
2019 

2529 

2775 



1633 
4640 



321 


97 


438 


94 




94 


580 


96 


927 


94 


209 


95 


737 


94 


468 


94 



| 40.". I 

l 400 I 

553 



604 
495 
106 



189 

513 

1256 

I 257 

123 

158 
781 



107 
122 



46,47 



342 

762 
526 
485 
919 
713 
445 



245 
; 87 



1369 

^370 

371 



546 

214 
405 



357 

629 

(468 

I 469 



616 
617 



588 
643 



95 



95 



-94 



(1071 I „» 



98 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Dancyger, Simon. (See Schmidt, Theodore, assignor.) 

Dancyger, Simon, Dayton, Ohio. Tag-clasp 

Dancyger, Simon, Dayton, Ohio. Tag-clasp _ 

Dandurand, Alfred E. (See Odette and Gosselin, assignors.) 
Danforth, Raymond H. (See Allen and Danforth.) 

Dangler, Charles I. , Cleveland, Ohio. Combined heating and igniting attachment. 

Dangoise, Gustave, assignor to Societe Generate Beige de Deglycerination, Brussels, 
Belgium. Decomposing fats 

Daniel, Jacob H., Owensboro, Ky. Harvester .._ 

Daniel, Monroe J., Crowley, La. Gutter-hanger and screen-retainer __ 

Daniels, Ignace, Haverhill, Mass. Lacing for shoes 

Daniels, James R., assignor of one-half to J. M. Hooper, San Antonio, Tex., and W. H. 
Whittle, McHenry, Miss. Motor 

Daniels, Samuel, assignor of one-half to J. C. Reeder, Harvey, 111. Rotary target 

Daniels, William H., Duluth, Minn. Grain-car door 

Danielsen, Wilhelm G., Logan, Utah. Hay-stacker 

Danielson, Ernst, Stockholm, Sweden. Rotor for alternating-current generators 

Daningburg, William J., New York, assignor of one-half to F. M. Eldredge, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Tire for wheels 

Danley, William R. (See Young and Danley.) 

Dannelly, Frank M., Dallas, Tex. Suction cotton harvesting and cleaning apparatus . - 

Dannelly, Frank M., Dallas, Tex. Machine for destroying cotton-boll weevil, &c 

Dannenberg, Gerson. (See Hanauer, Edward W., assignor.) 

Da~ner, Frederick, Springdale, Pa. Furnace 

D. ,.ner, Joseph, assignor of one-half to J. M. Kemmerer, Scranton, Pa. Plant for dis- 
posal of sewage _ _ ; 

Dansereau, Joseph A., Woonsocket, R. I. Fruit-picker '. 

Danzer, Albert, Hagerstown, Md. Edging-machine for sheet metal 

Danziger, Jacob C, and A. A. Cowles, Detroit, Mich. Brazing sheet-metal packages ... 
Darby, Charles W., Salem, Oreg. Mop-wringer ... 

Dardano, Carlos F. , San Salvador, San Salvador. Surgical table 

Darden, George A., Dallas, Tex. Attachment for coffee or tea pots _ 

Darden, Newton J., Dallas, Tex. Pencil-sharpener 

Dardier, Samuel V. (See Backham and Dardier.) 

Darius Green Mining Company. (See Fleming, Charles R., assignor.) 

Darley, John W., Jr., Baltimore, Md. Truck for autocarettes _ 

Darley, John W., Jr., assignor of one-half to M. Holzman, P. and L. Hamburger, Balti- 
more, Md. Repetition piano-action 

Darley, John W., Jr., assignor of one-half to M. Holzman, P. and L. Hamburger, Balti- 
more, Md. Repetition piano-action _. 

Darley, John W.. Jr., assignor of one-half to M. Holzman, P. and L. Hamburger, Balti- 
more, Md. Piano-action 1 _ _ 

Darley, John W., Jr., assignor of one-half to M. Holzman, P. and L. Hamburger, Balti-) 
more, Md. Repetition piano-action J 

Darley, Ward, Denver, Colo., assignor of one-half to G. C. Dewey, Wheeling, W. Va. 
Coin-controlled mechanism _ _ 

Darling. David H., Jr., assignor to United States Battery Company, New York, N. Y. 
Electric battery _ 

Darling, Edwin E., Anaconda, Mont. Electric brake-release _ 

Darling, John, Rutherglen, Scotland. Window for railway-carriages 

Darling, Joseph. (See Westermann and Darling.) 

Darling, Joseph, Chicora, Pa. Vehicle-spindle 

Darling, Joseph, Chicora, Pa. Electric motor __ 

Darling, Rolla R., Cleveland, assignor to Beardsley & Hubbs Manufacturing Company, 

Mansfield, Ohio. Power-transmitting mechanism 

Darling, Rolla R., Cleveland, assignor to Beardsley & Hubbs Manufacturing Company, 

Mansfield, Ohio. Motor-vehicle 

Darling, Rolla R., Cleveland, assignor to Beardsley & Hubbs Manufacturing Company, 

Mansfield, Ohio. Gas-engine 

Darling, Truman A., Anaheim, Cal. Can-opener.. 

Darling, Winfield, South Setauket, N. Y. Trap-nest 

Darlington, Frederic W., Philadelphia, Pa. Fountain 

Darlington, Philip J., Montreal, Canada. Electric generator or motor __ 

Darmancier, Michel, and A. Dalzon, St. diamond, France. Breech-closing mechanism? 
for ordnance 5 

Darnell, Calvin F., and J. R. Duncan, assignors to Vehicle Rubber Tire Machine Com- 
pany, Indianapolis, Ind. Rubber-tire-setting machine _ 

Darnell, Calvin F., and J. R. Duncan, assignors to Vehicle Rubber Tire Machine Com-} 
pany, Indianapolis, Ind. Rubber-tire-setting machine ._ 5 

Darnell, Rowland J., Memphis, Tenn. Machine for making wire bale-tie loops. 

Darr, Charles W., et al. (See McNulty, Harry B. and B. L., assignors.) 

Darrach, Charles G., Ridley Park, Pa. Steam-heating system _ 

Darrah, James N. (See Corthell, Samuel N., assignor.) 

Darrah, James N. (See Melen, Charles F., assignor.) 

Darrah, John E., Greenfield, Iowa. Cover for cooking utensils. 

Darrall, George, Piqua, Ohio. Combined grinder and polisher for metal rolls 

Dart, Christopher P., Canal, Pa. Heating attachment for burners 

Dart, Fred W, et al. (See Mettler, Caspar W. and A., assignors.) 

Dart, Joseph, et al. (See Mettler, Caspar W. and A., assignors.) 

Darwin, Frank L., and H. Barber, Lost Springs, assignors to said Darwin, F. Burnison, 
S. C. Bybee, O. Ross, J. Burnison, I. M. Jackson, and G. W. Hanson. Marquette, Kans. 
Lap-switch _ 

Daschbach, Edward J., Pittsburg, Pa. Gas-stove --- 

Daschbach. Harry J., Pittsburg, Pa. Folding bed-couch 

Daseking, Georg. (See Siemsgluss and Daseking.) 

Datow, Emil P., New Orleans, La. Oil-can 

Dauber, Carl W„ Richmond, Va. Clothes-drying rack 









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volume. 


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No. 


Date. 






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V 

a 

CO 


jab 

Q 


> 


0J 

be 


665,313 
684,796 


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Oct. 


1 
22 


898 
2562 


208 
586 


94 
97 


180 
569 


678,645 


July 


16 


2541 


(569 
1570 


J- 96 


552 


688,069 
679,255 
672.701 
670,631 


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July 
Apr. 

Mar. 


3 
23 
23 

26 


710 
3736 
3423 
2933 


834 
788 
689 


97 
96 
95 
94 


1985 
810 
748 

2439 


667,683 
687,873 
680,132 


Feb. 
Dec. 
Aug. 


12 
3 
6 


949 

318 
751 


206 
79 
167 


94 
97 
96 


1199 

1906 
1194 


675,624 


June 


4 


497 


j 102 

(103 

570 


(■95 
96 


1960 


678,646 


July 


16 


2544 


552 


674,333 


May 


14 


1768 


408 


95 


1424 


685,111 
685,112 


Oct. 
Oct. 


22 
22 


3155 
3160 


724 
725 


97 
97 


688 
689 


674,079 


May 


14 


1305 


1302 
1303 


j-95 


1332 


672,614 


Apr. 


23 


3250 ]?| 


[95 


710 


674,235 


May 


14 


1580 366 


95 


1386 


070,504 


Mar. 


26 


2698 


1 U31 
)632 


j-94 


2393 


685.975 
069,914 


Nov. 
Mar. 


5 
12 


477 
1576 


96,97 
372 


97 
94 


1055 

2129 


677,181 


June 25 


3468 


(781 

]782 

465 

100 


j-95 

95 
95 


2608 


674,456 
671,130 


May 
Apr. 


21 
2 


2011 
419 


1491 
90 


671,856 


Apr. 


9 


1808 


(420 
)421 


j-95 


389 


687,606 


Nov. 


26 


3650" 


803 


97 


1771 


687,607 


Nov. 


26 


3654 


804 


97 


1772 


687,608 


Nov. 


26 


3661 


(804 
1805 


j-97 


1775 


687,609 


Nov. 


26 


3667 


(805 
1806 


j-97 


1776 


672,403 


Apr. 


16 


2852 


662 


95 


609 


673,900 


May 


14 


980 


229 


95 


1267 


680,317 


Aug. 


13 


1095, 


1 243 
"|244 


[96 


1278 


669,456 


Mar. 


5 


682 


157 


94 


1932 


685,113 
688,150 


Oct. 
Dec. 


22 
3 


3162 
859 


725 

194 


97 
97 


690 
2018 


679,365 


July 


30 


3987 


891 


96 


883 


679,366 


July 


30 


3989 


891 


96 


884 


679,367 
679,605 
674,437 


July 
July 
May 


30 
30 
21 


3990 
4454 
1984 


892 
1000 
459 


96 
96 
95 


884 
980 
1486 


675,883 


June 11 


982 


j 216 
|217 


j-95 


2071 


683,253 


Sept. 


24 


2895 \ 


(-96 


2500 


673,702 


May 


7 


623 


(147 
"1148 


J-95 


1177 


687,005 


Nov. 


19 


2489 


546 


97 


1513 


688,504 


Dec. 


10 


1520 


(353 
| 354 


j-97 


2176 


677,956 


July 


9 


1188 


274 


96 


265 


665,770 


Jan. 


8 


1797 


413 


94 


378 


685,747 
675,590 
664,994 


Nov. 
June 
Jan. 


5 
4 

1 


29 
429 
319 


6 

88 
71 


97 
95 

94 


971 

1948 

66 


671,310 


Apr. 


2 


814 


(180 
1181 


j-95 


170 


670,850 
665,189 


Mar. 
Jan. 


26 

1 


3313 
693 


782 
155 


94 
94 


2516 
139 


674,055 
674,673 


May- 
May 


14 
21 


1264 

2410 


292 
556 


95 

95 


1324 

1574 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



99 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 

Gazette. 



Dauchey, Hawley W. (See Carnes, James W., assignor.) 

Daugherty, Edward A., et al. . (See Welch, Rosia W, assignor.) 

Dauntless Burner & Gas Stove Co. (See Allen, Charles F., assignor.) 

Dauphinais, Adelard C, and D. Garon, Cote St. Paul, Canada; said Dauphinais assignor 
to said Garon. Clipper __ 

Davenport, Arthur B., Jr., assignor to William Wharton, Jr.. & Company, Incorporated, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Casting-clamp for track structures 

Davenport, Hudson A. (See Lane and Davenport.) 

Davenport, James T., Galesburg, 111. Toe-weight .. 

Davenport. Johu H., assignor of one-half to J. R. Lowrey, Omaha, Nebr. Stay-bolt foi- 
st eam-boilers 

Davenport, William S., New Bedford, Mass. Metal-working machine 

Davey, John F., and S. W. Ladd, Beverly, Mass.. assignors to Davey Pegging Machine 
Company, Portland, Me., and Boston, Mass. Clutch 

Davey Pegging Machine Company. (See Davey and Ladd, assignors.) 

David, Hippolyte, and A. F. Tropheme, Grenoble, France. Weighing apparatus com-V 
bined with a barrow '. _ ) 

Davids, John B., New York, N. Y. Paste-jar cover _.. 

Davids, John B., assignor to Thaddeus Davids Company, New York, N. Y. Paste-jar 

Davidsen, Meyer J., Copenhagen, Denmark. Tubular ball-mill i ___ 

Davidson, Austin J., Douglas City, Cal. Buckle -. 

Davidson, Cassius W., Kansas City, Kans. Baling-press .'. 

Davidson, Charles F., assignor to A. C. McDowell, A. M. McCarty, and A. Hoeffer, Can- 
ton, Ohio. Surgical chair. _ 

Davidson, Charles H., Cincinnati, Ohio. Pavement construction 

Davidson, Ezekiel. (See Goughnour, George R., assignor.) 

Davidson, George R., Lenox, Mich. Grain scourer and-separator, scalper, and bolter ... 

Davidson, George R., Lenox, Mich. Bran-duster and grain-scourer _ 

Davidson, Henry, London, England. Musical stringed instrument 

Davidson, John, Eccles, and T. R. Hampson, Chester, England. Engine-governor. 

Davidson, John E., Toronto, Canada. Packing-box 



Davidson, John M., assignor to J. V. Scaife, Allegheny, Pa. Filter-strainer . 

Davidson, Samuel O, Belfast, Ireland. Centrifugal fan or pump 

Davidson, Samuel C., Belfast, Ireland. Centrifugal fan or pump 

Davidson, Samuel O, Belfast, Ireland. Rotary fan and pump 

Davidson, Samuel O, Belfast, Ireland. Centrifugal fan 



Davidson, Samuel C, Belfast, Ireland. Furnace 

Davidson, Samuel C, Belfast, Ireland. Centrifugal fan or pump 

Davidson, William N. L., Southwick, near Brighton, England. Cinematograph appara- 
tus for reproduction in natural colors 

Davie, Pascal. (See Froehling, Henry, assignor.) 
Davies, David W., et al. (See flaynes, Henry, assignor.) 

Davies, Griffith, Apollo, Pa. Rolling sheet metal 

Davies, Hywel, et al. (See Burns, John, assignor.) 

Davies, John, St. Louis, Mo. Blind-fastener .__ .._ 

Davies, John, andT. P. Ryan, St. Louis, Mo. Street or station indicator 

Davin, James J., Washington, Pa. Casing-elevator 

Davis, Albert D., Yonkers. N. Y. Focusing-hood for cameras _ 

Davis, Albert G., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of New 
York. Acceleration limiting and recording device _. 

Davis, Albert G., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of New 
York. System of motor control _ 

Davis, Albert G., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of New 
York. Electric meter _._ 

Davis, Albert G., and W, B. Potter, Schenectady, N. Y., assignors to General Electric 
Company, of New York. Means for controlling electric motors 

Davis, Albert M. (See Clark and Davis.) 

Davis, Alfred L. (See Sims and Davis. ) 

Davis, Andrew J., Chicago, 111., assignor of two-thirds to J. M. Davis, Pittsburg, and 
W. B. Herriott, Sharon, Pa. Pen-point extractor 

Davis, Arthurs., Leeds, England. Mercurial barometer __ ' 

Davis, Augustine, assignor to W. S. Hunter, Chicago, 111. Acetylene-gas generator 

Davis, Augustine, assignor to Carbolite Construction Company, Chicago, 111. Gas-holder. 

Davis, Benjamin F. (See Edgar and Davis.) 

Davis, Calvin R., assignor to South Bend Irdn Works, South Bend, Ind. Disk plow 

Davis, Calvin R., assignor to South Bend Iron Works, South Bend, Ind. Plow 

Davis Chair Company. (See McCloud, Smith N., assignor.) 

Davis, Charles E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Goodman Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Mining-machine __ 

Davis, Charles L., et al. (See Applegate, Eugene W., assignor.) 

Davis, Charles L., assignor of one-half to A. Heuer, Jr., Chicago, 111. Action for pneu- 
matic musical instruments _ _ ___ 

Davis, Charles L., assignor, by mesne assignments, to said Davis and A. Heuer, Jr., Chi- 
cago, 111. Mechanical piano-player __ 

Davis, Charles L., assignor, by mesne assignments, to said Davis and A. Heuer, Jr., Chi- 
cago, 111. Mechanical musical instrument _-.. 

Davis, Charles L., assignor, by mesne assignments, of one-half to A. Heuer, Jr., C. A. 
Brown, G. L. Cragg.and A. M. Belfield, Chicago, 111. Air-motor .__ 

Davis, Clarence K., Indianapolis, Ind. Bicycle-brake _ -.. 

Davis, Cleland, U. S. Navy. Shell 



Davis, Cleland, U. S. Navy. Cementing iron or steel 

Davis, Daniel and E. H., assignors to Davis Voting Machine Company, Elmira, N. Y.\ 
Voting-machine ' 

Davis, David C, and G. P. Sturm, assignors of one-third to J. J. Schlick, Columbus, Ind. 
Reclining-chair,-- _ 

Davis, David G., et al. (See Chesterman, William, assignor.) 

Davis, Delia, Guthrie, Okla. Ter. Mixing apparatus 

Davis, Edwin C. (See Ellis and Davis.) 

Davis, Elnino D., Chicago, 111. Animal-trap .' 



665,069 

678,166 

665,190 

675,935 
681,845 

672.056 

689,0-10 

669,159 
671,927 
687,519 
667.003 
665,191 

667,869 
684,917 

664,836 
670,851 
668,500 
670,131 

687,610 

684,412 
673,244 
675,375 

679,499 

681,389 

682,674 

690,018 

676.532 



674,855 

684,497 
689,839 
670,704 
677,501 

665,998 

676,305 

677,957 

678,167 



665,383 
676,178 
675,376 
680,199 

682,244 
682,587 



671,818 

675,468 

676,030 

676,031 

686,844 
671,435 
687,611 

687,612 
687,558 

685,371 
680,229 
681,497 



Jan. 1 

July 9 

Jan. 1 

June 11 
Sept. 3 

Apr. 16 

Dec. 17 

Mar. 5 
Apr. 9 
Nov. 26 
Jan. 29 
Jan. 1 

Feb. 12 
Oct. 22 

Jan. 1 
Mar. 26 
Feb. 19 
Mar. 19 

Nov. 26 

Oct. 15 
Apr. 30 
June 4 

July 30 

Aug. 27 

Sept. 17 

Dec. 31 

June 18 



May 28 

Oct. 15 
Dec. 24 

Mar. 26 
July 2 

Jan. 15 

June 11 

July 9 

July 9 



Jan. 1 
June 11 
June 4 
Aug. 6 

Sept. 10 
Sept. 10 



Apr. 9 

June 4 

June 11 

June 11 

Nov. 19 
Apr. 9 
Nov. 26 

Nov. 26 
Nov. 26 

Oct. 29 
Aug. 13 

Aug. 27 



447 

1576 

695 

1085 
353 

2200 

2539 

162 
1942 
3478 
4152 

697 

1302 
2788 

15 
3314 
2436 
2002 

3673 

1868 

4466 

11 

4259 

3153 

1820 

4431 

2262 



2718 

2005 

4042 
3063 
292 

2206 

1835 

1191 

1577 



H>26 

1549 

14 



1081 
1677 



1749 

195 
1253 

1255 

2154 
1053 
3674 

3675 
3564 

3618 

945 

3362 



101 

363 
155 

240 

71,72 

507 

(582 
-.s:j 

(584 
37 
451 
766 
960 
156 

285 
634 

3,4 

782 

546 

464 

|806 

1807 

414 

1032 

2,3 

(958 

1959 

702 

417 

418 

419 

1020 

503 



(621 
1622 

452 

939 
719 

re, 73 

508 



275 
363 



■239 
347 
3,4 
196 

244 
381 



405 

44 

280 

281 

477 
242 
807 
i 807 

808 
773 
774 



212 
746 



96 



91 

341 

140 

2093 



2402 

1824 
416 

1735 
899 
140 

1269 
614 

5 

2516 
1516 
2234 

1778 

411 
986 

1861 
937 

1733 

2265 
2825 
2348 



1652 



2726 
2465 



2246 
267 
341 



204 
2187 
1861 
1221 

2097 
2214 



378 

1899 

2126 

2127 

1449 
239 

1778 

1778 
1753 

808 
1248 
1772 



LOO 



INDEX OF PATENTS issiu<',l> PROM THE 

Al/'/ltl/'i I itiil list of pClU lit' i \ ( '<iii| intiod. 



Name, residence, mui Invention, 



Davis, Etna H, (See Davis, Daniel and E. H.) 

Mavis, Eugene n. (See Laorolx, Joseph D,, assignor I 

Davis, Frank E, (See Marshall and Davis I 

Davis, Frank E,, La Orosse, Wis, Cultivator 



Davis, Frederick Q„ Chloago, 111, Manufacture of vehlole tires 

Davis Gasoline Engine Works Company, (See Casoaden, Thomas, Jr , assignor I 

Davis Gasoline Engine Works Company. (SeeMenges, Theodore 0., assignor.) 

Davis, George. (See Springer and Davis.) 

Davis, George L, assignor to Stow & Davis Furniture Company, Grand Rapids, Mioh 

Extension table 
i >;i\ is, < teorge B, (See Wade, William, assignor, ) 
Davis, George C„ ei ah (See Jackson, James i 1 '., assignor, > 

Davis, George H., Now fork, N, v. Musical Instrument 

Davis, George H., New STork, N, S Self-playing musioal instrument 

Davis, George H., assignor to F. R, Ford, (3. W, Baoon,andG. H, Davis, New Xork.N. y 

Eleotrio railway 

Davis, George H„ assignor to F. R, Ford, G, W. Baoon,andG. H. Davis, New Vork.N. y 

Eleotrio railway 

Davis, George H„ assignor to F. R, Ford, G, W, Baoon,and G, H. Davis, New STork, n y j 

Eleotrio railway \ 

Davis, George M,, Chicago, til, Valve 

Dat Is, George P., assignor to Continental Paper Paokage Co., Detroit, Mioh, Paper bag) 

machine a 

Davis, George W,, Tiffin, Ohio, and D, C Ripley, assignors i<> United States Glass Com 

pany, Pittsburg, Pa. Ipparal us for forming stems on artioles of glassware 

Davis, tiny W., Portland, Me, Water si ill 

Davis, Harry. (See Roney and Harrison, assignors.) 

Davis, Many (!., Norwalk, Conn* Bottle-oapplng maohlne 

Davis, Harry p., Pittsburg; Pa., assignor to Westlnghouse Eleotrio & Manufacturing 

Company, Switoh for eleotrio olroults 

Davis, i [enry, (See Grave, i ianoelot W, de, assignor, ) 

Davis, Henry v., Musk,':, on, Mioh, Drawing table 

Davis, Henry J., P, G. Auit, and J, H, Wldeman, Birmingham, Ala. lutomatic bolier 

feeder 



Davis, Herbert P., assignor to »;. P, Gehrlng, West Philadelphia, Pa, Wireless teleg 

raphy 

Davis, Hiram R„ Herkimer, N. y, Telesoopto show case 

Davis, Homer C, and J, Bailey, Connellaville, Pa. Nut-look 
Davis, h'vlngS, (See Pooreand Davis.) 

Davis, James E,, Orange, Tex, Saw swage - 

Davis, James W„ Traverse City, Mioh, Clothes- 
Davis, Jesse K.. Parkersburg, W, Va. Magnetic 
Davis, Jesse w. and W, s., Essary Springs, Tenu 

Davis, John, Pittsburg, Pa. Filter 



irier 
game 
Stirrup 



Davis, John, Pittsburg, Pa. Filter bottom 

Davis, John, Pittsburg, Pa, Filter - 

Davis, John B, (See McDonald and Davis* 

Davis, John C., Noosho, Mo Washing maohlne 

Davis, John C , Kansas City, Mo. Compress - - 

Davis, John G, J., Augusta, Qa, Blind hinge 

Davis, John G. J., Uigusta, Ga. Combined Bre extinguisher and alarm 

Davis, John H. , assignor to United States Graphite Company, Glens Falls, n. y. Graph- 
ite-separator '. „ 

Davis, John I;., 1+unis, TeX, Washing marl lino 

Davis, John hi., at o/. (See Davis, Andrew J„ assignor. » 

Davis, John T., San Krnnoisoo, Cal. D 1st ilia t ion of petroleum 

Davis, John 'i'., Sai\ Franotsoo, Cal, BrlqueUng-machine 

Davis, John w '., Jr., Clarksvllle, Mo, Tree proteotor 

Davis, John w\. Converse, Ind, Reoarburtaing-machine 

Davis, John W , I 'aim via, 111. Mailing lube 

Davis, John W„ assignor of one-half to F. E, Dophelde, Palmyra, 111. Self-sealing fruit- 
jar 



Joseph C, (See Gillespie and Davis.) 
Joseph II.. V. s. \nny. Boiler feeder 

Lemuel H., Germantown, Pa. Oil-carrying projeotile 

i ,o\ I, assignor of one half toJ, F, Porter, Alton, 111. Means for throwing railway- 

olios 



Davis, Jonathan, Phcenlxvllle, Pa. Plaiting apparatus. 

Davis, Jonathan II., UroenlloM, Mo. Adding maohino 

Davis, Joseph B,, assignor of one-third to n. B, Qessner, Braxton, Miss. 

oops 

Davis 
Davis 
Davis 
Davis 
swit 
Davis, 
Davis. 
Davis, 
Davis, 
Davis 
Davis. 
Davis. 
Da\ is, 
Davis 
Davis, 

Davis 

Davis, 

Davis 

Davl 
Davl 

D:i\ i 
Davl: 

Davis 

Davl 

Davis 

Davis 



Dental tor 



I, in ford J,, Olivet, Mioh, Garment support 

Lyman n , Newport, Ky., and J, d. Doyle, Nashville, Tenn, Door guard 

Mlohael P., New York, N. Y. Boai 

Miles i.., Lancaster, Pa, System of water filtration and purification 

Morgan, Jr. (See Devers, William J., assignor.) 

Nathan 11., Philadelphia, Pa, Truss 

Nathan 11., Philadelphia, Pa, Truss 

Nathan ii., Philadelphia, i'a Truss and brake beam 

Nathan H., Philadelphia, i'a. Brake bead 

rotor, Melvin, and C, D, Drown, Valley Center, Mteh. Nou reflllable bottle 

Reginald E,, Hayward, Wis. Furnace 

Robert J. (SeeForst, Martin E. H., assignor.) 

iS Roesoh Temperature Controlling Co. (See Roesch, Ufred, assignor.) 
, Samuel, (See Thomas, Chauncey T., assignor. ) 

. Samuel, Now York, N. A'. Minor's lamp support 

, Samuel M., San Franolsoo, Cal. Adjustable Invalid's table 

, Simeon O. (See Smith and Harris, assignors.) 

.simoon 0., Cleveland, Ohio, stay for wire fences 

, Spencer L., Chloago, ill. si^n supporting si ami 

, Thomas J., assignor to J. M. Conro, Portland, Oreg. Saok-holder 

, Thomas \\, Chicago, in. Telephone-switchboard connection 



No. 



078,108 
080,880 



078,884 



ii, 1,384 
01 1,668 

008,710 

008,711 
008,719 
085,7 18 
071,800 

081,680 
078,880 

070,708 

085,607 

080,707 

086,570 

089,07-1 
070, to l 
088,806 



080,708 

070,008 
600,788 
685,884 

007,004 

687,005 
007,000 



070,858 
078,048 
071,810 



070,981 

070, 178 
071,480 

071,078 
078,860 
004,881 
084,681 
087,618 

088,601 
680,088 
000, 108 

688,887 



087,180 
084,018 



07 1,080 
005,81 1 
678,708 
005,410 
077,641 



078.870 
678,880 
688,780 
688,780 
686,11 1 
678,506 



680,188 
679,067 



689, 105 
688,888 
688,888 
007,195 



Dalo. 



July 
Aug, 18 



July 10 



May ii 

May 81 

Fob 90 

Feb. 86 
Feb, 80 

Nov. B 
Apr. 9 

Aug, 87 

July 'J 

Mar. 80 

Oot. 90 

Doe. ^ I 

Ool 80 

Sopi. 17 
Mar. 10 
\h-r. 10 

IV,- '.'I 

July 80 

Mar. 18 
Jan. I."> 

Jan. 90 
Jan. '."J 
Jan. 90 

Mar. 96 
July 88 

Apr. '.) 

June 1 1 

July 80 
Apr. <■> 

Apr. 'J 

July 16 

Jan. 1 

Oct. 15 

Nov. 3d 

Feb. 19 

Nov. 5 
Jan. 89 

Doo. :t 

Nov. I!) 
Ool 98 

May 81 
Jan. 1 

May 7 
Jan. s 

July 8 

July Iti 

July 18 

v lot. t 

Oct, 1 

( lot '.-J 

\pr. 88 



S.ug. 6 

July 80 

Dec. 9-1 
Deo. tr 

Doo. 8 

Feb. f> 



Monthly 
vol 



'i 
'•- 

e 



urn 

1556 



8885 



1771) 
8191 

8849 

88 1 1 

8848 

30 

780 

8414 
1694 

8167 

8910 

8788 

1086 

8406 
9590 
1808 

8757 

1 166 
1806 
9090 

4168 

4164 
H88 

8816 
8119 
1751 

it; 17 



■I HID 
1068 

886 

1087 

16 

■•'.'ill 
8677 

•J 187 

601 

8180 

1001 

888 1 
8780 

8810 
898 
080 

1008 
556 

1098 
1099 
666 
888 
8164 
8917 



788 
4887 

8897 
8108 

1(H>0 
87 



i 881 

I 888 

848 



681 



408 
BOO 

688 

088 

i 086 
| 080 
(1 
I 161 
I 108 

767 
888 

711 

896 

889 

981 

B 16 
680 
800 

i 888 
i 883 

llll in 

88 1 
■urn 
I 000 
I 901 
901 
90S 

788 

(11)7 

100 

\ 800 

/ 867 

041 
849 



Offlolal 
Gazette. 



448 

4 

881 

SOS 

546 
198 

7.H7 

981 

017 
085 

584 
808 
148 
858 
188 

168 

165 
198 
183 
785 
748 



187 
1088 

775 07 

198 M 

981 97 

S 94 



[TED ■) I ;. P .') Bin OJ I ICE 1901. 






Alphabetical Hxt of patentet ' ontinued 


























..:.',; Milwaukee '■'•.- Electric fg 

'. flliarn I. • • A. 8. i^.'. 

;o. 111., assignor to 

D 

iVilliam )-!-.■■ - 

I 






I *;1 
! 



666,1 ', W; 94 






■ 
I 



! 
1701 



- " , 

Warren, Richmond va Trunk-ea 



8 
7 

I 
/401 



ail ',. ••.<•:;:. ' 

I 
Davl en John - : agner arj'i J>. 

on Ben [am 

.. toClerelai ' • - 

or re) ■■ 

. 

- 

/ ','..;-.'•.....'■, 

- 

Daniel D on & Kellej ' i or stud.. 

• or of one-half to T. J;. Da - UI. Ha- 

.'<-<;! 

er ai.': .J Home Barrow in Furness,a« 
8c Maxim, Limited, Sheffield, England Apparatu for trancb 

from the (tide to the ty/i<-. of gun 

Dawson , 

■ and A|,|,-i.'V;: foi ... 
turret ,' 

•■■,'. . g< ce 

;r ')'.. and '/ 7 KaximJ 

_'f 

- 

LfmftC ■■ .'/.'Hi - 

2 



;lansi Ciovernoi 

England. Steam-generator and 
Da •,■ Edmund '•'■' 

i ■ 

vr., 

raltham Haw Jaek-adJ 

Jar:.'- )-• - 

grinding ma< 

J K':)i'/^f Beai 
,'i 7 B. ' iee Da 

irna«, Salem assignor of three-fourth* to W. L, Wood Beverley, Mass./ 

Leathi 5 

by mesne assig 

taking machine , 

am, Germantown, assignor to ' ' 

Heating apparatus -- 

William H., and J 8h f-macl m 

lam B., assignor of one-biyi 

rri'-rjt ! 

Day, Albert A., Brooklyn .'■' v Ac - Dgfue 

Day, Albert ?nor to M<raJ } uei ywi<;r Company, Brooklyn 

for a'-iatjiijr and feeding powdered coal £ 

bert H., Mohawk assignor to Bemington Arms Compai 

earn 5 

odrew .; Pitt •>< jrt<. Pa. Wire-rod rmll 

er for printing-film 

Day, Benjamin. WestHol .' Pad for supporting printing-films 

IwardS. Worcester, Mass. Street 

Day, Fraud Brixton, England Mil - 

orge E.,aad A.Q '■'•;> . - >mpany,Wai ka-i. 

tub leg 

Day Isaac Ottumwa Iowa Pump 

Lalph A~, assignor to C. G. Pringle L Mast Hoc >tector for dis- 



ermanP andC i. (feal assignor! of one-half to J M Meloj • 

Sellersbure hj'j Track-fastening 

tariwelT., and D.S.Hall, Denison, Iowa. Chall 



660 500 



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'('■* 2172 






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727 
JOT 

999 

727 

717 
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97 
94 


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693 


96 




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Mar. 12 

Apr. 2 



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276 

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j 774 
I 775 



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2269 
4836 


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Jan. 15 




509 


97 
94 


909 




Apr. 80 




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997 


677,242 

: 


July 2 




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407 


96 
96 






102 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED PROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly Official 
volume, i Gazette. 



Day-Ward Company. (See Day and Ward, assignors.) 

Day -Ward Company. (See Ward, Almon G., assignor.) 

Day, William A., assignor to Gorham Manufacturing Company, Providence, R. I. Metal 

article __ _. 679,218 

Day, William C, Rumford Falls, assignor to G. W. Ridlon, West Paris, Me. Lock and 

latch _ _. __ 682,975 

Dayfoot, John B., and H. G. Stedman, Cambridge, assignors to Ivers and Pond Piano) fi0 A qro 

Company, Boston, Mass. Pedal for pianos ) D ' 

Dayton Electrical Manufacturing Co. (See Apple, Vincent G., assignor.) 
Dayton Folding Box Company. (See Schmidt, Theodore F. W., assignor.) 

Dayton, Frank, Portland, Oreg. Boot or shoe cleaner,- ... 

De Bolt, Cornelius B., and T. W. Hinde, Cherokee, Iowa. Flue-cutter 674^553 

De Buck, Victor, Brussels, Belgium. Cigar 684,413 

De Camp, William S., Chillicothe, Ohio. Angle-cock adjuster for air-brakes 688,602 

De Carlo, Emilio, Triest, Austria-Hungary. Pipe-stopper 682,045 

De Courcy, Edward J., and R. Crawford, Belfast, Ireland. Machine for breaking flax... 673,199 

De Croes, Clement, Westport, Ind., assignor to B. Baer, Paxton, 111. Voting-machine. 

(Reissue). 11,933 

De Dion, Albert, and G. Bouton, Puteaux, France. Apparatus for regulating electric; go- -^ 

generating systems _ ) ' 

De Forest, Albert T., et al. (See Martin, Thomas H., assignor.) 

De Forest, Charles M., New Haven, Conn. Garment-press 689,544 

De Forrest, James W. (See Gibson, William A., assignor.) 

De Golia, George E. (See Morck, William, assignor.) 

De Groot, George F., assignor of one-half to J. S. W. Thompson, Morristown, N. J., and 

W. B. Hutchinson, New York, N. Y. Mail-wagon.. 675.088 

De Kaiser. Isaac, Pittsburg, and C. W. Hadfleld, Braddock, Pa., assignors to Westing- 
house Electric and Manufacturing Company, of Pennsylvania. Mica-splitting mar 

chine 677,775 

De Kand6, Koloman, Budapest, Austria-Hungary. Electrical contact apparatus 680,134 

De La Mare, Thomas, Tooele, Utah. Neck-yoke center 683,913 

De La Mater, Frank L. (See Gernsey, William W., assignor.) 

De La Vergne Refrigerating Machine Company. (See Friedmann, Edward N., assignor.) 

De Lacy, John J., assignor of one-half to D. O'Toole, Chicago, 111.. Inscription-plate for 

burial-cases 671,511 

De Lacy, Peter, assignor to Iron Clad Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y. Soda- 
water fountain 675,651 

De Lacy, Peter, New York, N. Y., assignor to R. M. Green & Sons, Philadelphia, Pa. Bot- 
tom for tanks or vessels _ __ __ 690,242 

De Lape, David E., Pasadena, Cal. Wagon-jack.. 677,067 

De Laval Separator Company. (See Berrigan, John J., assignor.) 

De Leeuw, AdolphL., Hamilton, Ohio. Dividing-engine 686,266 

De Lery, Joseph B., New York, N. Y., assignor to De Lery Light Company, of New Jer- 
sey. Incandescent gas-burner _ 676,954 

De L6ry Light Company. (See De Lery, Joseph B., assignor.) 
De Long, Allen P. (See De Long, Arthur H. and A. P.) 

De Long, Arthur H. and A. P., La Porte, Ind. Self -sealing envelop - 667,426 

De Long, Charles E., Hot Springs, Ark. Single-trigger mechanism 670,100 

De Long, Charles E., Hot Springs, Ark., assignor to Remington Arms Company, Ilion, 

N. Y. Single-trigger mechanism for firearms 690,243 

DeLong, Frank E., Philadelphia, Pa. Paper-fastener. 680,026 

De Long, Frederick W., and H. W. Emrich, Okabena, Minn. End-gate for wagons 666,186 

De Long, Joseph, Paterson, N. J. Device for preventing rattling of window-sashes. 673,245 

De Long, Julius. (See D'Homergue, John D., assignor. ) 

DeLong, Julius, Brooklyn, N. Y. Insulating material ; 687,131 

De Man, Alphonse, Detroit, Mich. Fire-resisting door and door-frame 680,912 

DeMav, John H., Jackson, Mich. Car-seal __ 688,835 

De Mayo, Joseph, Mount Vernon, N. Y. Coat - 67S,996 

DePuy, Jacob O, Dixon, 111. Pincers 676,490 

DePuy, Revra, Warsaw, Ind. Splint ...- 667,768 

De Puydt, Albert, Liege, Belgium. Electric-arc lamp 672,597 

De Rochemont, Perkins H., assignor of one-half to C. Herron, Chattanooga, Tenn. Rail- 
way-switch 674,535 

De Roshey, Oliver J., Iron Mountain, assignor of one-half to D. Gilbert, Amasa, Mich. 

Bait-gun _ _ 690,244 

De Ry, Emil G., Seattle, Wash. Shaved-ice perforator 686,268 

De Veau, Louis, assignor of one-half to S. McGraw, Urbana, 111. Refrigerator 665.885 

De Vilbiss, Allen, Jr., assignor to De Vilbiss Computing Scale Company, Toledo, Ohio. 

Scale 667.652 

De Vilbiss, Allen, Jr., assignor to De Vilbiss Computing Scale Company, Toledo, Ohio. 

Scale 674,646 

De Vilbiss Computing Scale Company. (See De Vilbiss, Allen, Jr., assignor.) 

De Waldo, Alfonso G., Warren, Ohio. Combined pencil-sharpener and eraser 672,441 

DeWalt, James W., Homestead, Pa. Column 688,603 

De Waters, George M., Bayonne, N. J. Safety bottle-jacket 675,509 

De Witt, Emil F., Lansingburg, N. Y. Device for applying sand to railway -rails 677,833 

De Witt, John I., Bluffton, Ind. Plow 680,651 

De Witt, William H., and C. Scudder, assignors to Victory Oil Filter Company, Scran- 
ton, Pa. Oil-filter 6 8 V 4 ; 3 

De Wolfe, George P., Spencer, Mass. Hose handler or carrier 666,474 

De Zeng, Henry L., Jr., assignor to Cataract Tool and Optical Company, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Telescopic mounting for guns 681,202 

De Zeng, Henry L., Jr., assignor to Cataract Tool and Optical Company, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Telescope..... 690,019 

Deacon, Andrew G. (See Robbins, Michael C\, assignor.) 
Deaderick, John G. (See Mallory, Deaderick, and Ullathorne.) 

Deagan, John C. Chicago, 111. Musical instrument -- 674.604 

Deakins. Omer, Shelbyville, Ky. Hand-operated corn-planter 676,938 

Dean, Alexander. (See Oviatt and Dean.) 

Dean, Benjamin F., Oxford, N. C. Cultivator I 685,033 

Dean, Charles H., assignor to Stall and Dean Manufacturing Company, Brockton, Mass. 
Base-ball mitt .. - 677,958 



July 23 

Sept. 17 
Dec. 31 



Feb. 19 
May 21 

Oct. 15 

Dec. 10 
Sept. 3 
Apr. 30 

Sept. 24 
Oct. 29 

Dec. 24 



May 28 



July 2 
Aug. 6 
Oct. 8 



Apr. 9 

June 4 

Dec. 31 
June 25 

Nov. 12 

June 25 



Feb. 5 
Mar. 19 

Dec. 31 
Aug. 6 
Jan. 15 
Apr. 30 

Nov. 19 
Aug. 20 
Dec. 17 
July 23 
June 18 
Feb. 12 
Apr. 23 

May 21 

Dec. 31 

Nov. 12 

Jan. 15 



Feb. 5 

May 21 

Apr. 23 
Dec. 10 
June 4 
July 2 
Aug. 13 

Nov. 26 
Jan. 22 

Aug. 27 

Dec. 31 



May 21 
June 25 

Oct. 22 

July 9 



3667 

2408 
5047 



2057 
2192 

1869 

1708 
732 
4391 

3212 



3455 



3146 



754 
905 



1182 
541 



4837 
3273 



1025 
3079 



511 
1938 

4838 

577 

2530 

4468 

2710 
2256 
2111 
3211 
2186 
1107 
3219 

2154 

4844 
1031 

2021 



2355 

2929 
1710 
273 
926 
1716 

3294 
3133 

2798 

4433 



2277 
3043 



2999 
1193 



818 

545 

(1164 
(1165 



455 

506 
(414 
1415 
(403 
1404 
158 
(1013 
11014 

735 

(921 
1922 



715 



193 
168 
202 



271 

110 

1118 
736 

227 



102 
449 

1119 
126 
588 

1033 



494 
719 
486 
241 
746 

498 

1119 
227 

(469 
}470 

189 

544 

678 
404 
59 
220 
377 

721 
721 

621 

1020 

526 

678 

685 
275 



96 



93 



97 



95 



97 



97 



UXITED STATES PATEXT OFFICE, 1901. 



103 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Dean Company, G. A. (See Smith, Noyes J., assignor.) 

Dean, Cyrus S., Fort Erie. Canada. Danger-signal for railways 

Dean, Daniel T.. Rudd, Iowa. Cow-hopple 

Dean, George, Samish. Wash. Floating fish-trap 

Dean, George W.. Fort Erie. Canada, assignor of one-half to G. B. Nye, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Scale-removing device 

Dean, Harry. (See Patriarche, Hugh R., assignor.) 

Dean, Henry R., assignor of one-half to J. A. Price, Brooklyn, N. Y. Pipe-coupling 

Dean, James C, Herold, W. Va. Elevator 

Dean, James L., Waterville, Me. File _ 




683,422 

C(>4,83S 
675,508 



Date. 



Sept. 24 
Jan. 1 
June 4 



Dean, Linton A., Rome, Ga. Refuse-burner 

Dean, Mark, assignor to Boston Steam Specialty Company, Boston, Mass. Feed-water 
regulator _ _ _ 

Dean, Maurice S. (See Flint and Dean.) 

Dean, Orange A., Toulon, 111. Coupling for hame-tugs and traces 

Dean, Orange A., and C. H. Adrean, Toulon, HI.; said Dean assignor to said Adrean. 
Harness attachment 

Dean, Walter, Toronto, Canada. Hockey-stick _ 

Dean, William E., assignor of one-fourth to R. Kelly, West Superior, Wis. Portable) 
pneumatic drill--. _" j 

Dean, William W., assignor to Kellogg Switch Board and Supply Company, Chicago, 111. 
S ubscriber's telephone-circuit 

Dean, William W., assignor to Kellogg Switch Board and Supply Company, Chicago, HI. 
Party-line telephone system .,.-. 

Dean, William W., assignor to Kellogg Switchboard and Supply Company, Chicago, 111. 
Telephone-transmitter... 

Dean, William W., assignor to Western Electric Company, Chicago, 111. Appliance for 
telephone-switchboards 

Dean, Willis W., Sioux City. Iowa. Leg-holder for use in lithotomy 

Deaner, Lee H., assignor of one-half to W. W. McLaren, Muskegon, Mich. Combined 
head-rest and chair-seat 

Dear, Arthur G., London, England. Apparatus for the treatment of wool 

Dearborn, Charles A., Ne.w York, N. Y. Feeding mechanism for sewing-machines 

Deasy, Jeremiah. (See Craig, John, assignor.) 

Debose, Albert S., Cuero, Tex. Apparatus for floating vessels 

Deboutteville, EdouardD.,Fontaine-le-Bourg, France. Valve-gear for explosive-engines . 

Debussy, Andre, assignor to E. and R. Comely, Paris, France. Folding attachment for 
embroidering-machines 

Decherd, Constant K, assignor to International Silver Company, Meriden, Conn. Heat- 
insulator for handled vessels 

Deck, Alfred, Franklin Township, Montgomery County, Ind. Telephone-protector 

Deck, Henry, assignor to J. Braun & Sons, Philadelphia, Pa. Adjustable ball-bearing. . 

Deck, Theodore J., Baltimore, Md. Pen 

Deckelmann, Otto J.. St. Louis, Mo. Blotting-pad 

Decker, Abram I. (See Stone, Peter J., assignor.) 

Decker, Frederick S. (See Smith. Lowndes G.. assignor.) 

Decker, Lucius E. (See Lucas, Decker, and Hoover.) 

Decker, Ransom, Medford, Okla. Ter. Animal-poke 

Decker, Ward, Owego, N. Y. Telephone call-box. 

Deckert, Harry C, assignor to M. C. Wetmore Tobacco Company, St. Louis, Mo. Pack- 
age 

Decor, Paul L. A., Oran, Algeria. Weight or lead for use in angling 

Decow, Eber, and J. Stewart, Vassar, Mich. Crate-form 

Decrette, Charles, New York, N. Y. Metal-bending machine 



GS2.044 Sept. 3 

Oct. 15 
Dec. 10 
May 1 

June 11 



June 25 

May 14 

Apr. 16 
June 18 

Apr. 16 

Mar. 26 

Oct. 22 

Nov. 26 

Apr. 16 
Jan. 8 

May 7 
Feb. 19 
July 30 

Nov. 12 
Oct. 8 

664,839 Jan. 1 



Jan. 29 
Sept. 10 
Sept. 3 
Dec. 17 
Mar. 26 



684,047 
671,311 



Oct. 
Apr. 



Beehive . 



Baling-press . 
Baling-press . 
Baling-press . 
Baling-press . 



Decroly, Raphael, Renaix, Belgium 

Dederick, Peter K, Loudonville, N. Y. 

Dederick, Peter K, Loudonville, N. Y. 

Dederick, Peter K., Loudonville, N. Y. 

Dederick, Peter K., Loudonville, N. Y. 

Dedrick, Nicholas. (See Seeger and Dedrick. .) 

Dedrick, Nicholas. (See Seeger and Dedrick.) (Reissue.) 

Deeley, James S., Caryville, assignor to W. W. Allendorff, Med way, Mass. 

for spindles of spinning-machines _ 

Deemer, John, Greensburg, Pa. Miner's auger. __ 

Deemer, John J., Chester, Pa. Chill or mold for forming metallic castings 
Deere & Company. (See Poole, Staley D., assignor.) 
Deere & Mansur Company. (See Hunt, Wilson P., assignor.) 
Deere & Mansur Company. (See Waterman, Lewis E., assignor.) 
peering Harvester Company. (See Appleby, John F., assignor.) 
(See Macphail, James, assignor.) 
(See Packer. George W.. assignor.) 
(See Ryther, Frank A., assignor.) 
(See Shively, Joseph M., assignor.) 
(See Still. Phillip B., assignor.) 
(See Stones John A., assignor.} 



677,642 I July 2 
685,263 Oct. 29 



689,813 
674,574 



Bobbin-holder 



Deering Harvester Company. 

Deering Harvester Company. 

Deering Harvester Company. 

Deering Harvester Company. 

Deering Harvester Company. 

Deering Harvester Company. 

Deering, Henry, Minnesota City, Minn. Hand-truck 

Deering, William. (See Ellis, George H., assignor.) 

Dees, Annie S. (See Dees, Mark A., assignor.) 

Dees, Mark A., assignor to A. S. Dees, Mosspoint, Miss. Sawing-machine 

Defiance Machine Works. (See Ensign, George A., assignor.) 
Defiance Machine Works. (See Seymour, Charles, assignor.) 

Degge, Middleton D., St. Louis, Mo. Air-diffuser for fans 

Deggim, John C, Cleveland, Ohio. Latch 

Deharde, Gerhard, Wiesbaden, Germany. Antifriction-bearing 

Deibel, John F. H., Canton, Ohio. Door-fastener 

Delbler, David P., HughesviUe, assignor of one-half to J. W. Lutz, Rockglen, Pa. 

ing for grinding or polishing machines _ _ 

Deidrick, William H., East Liverpool, Ohio. Mold for forming handles for pottery-ware 
Deike, August H.. assignor of two-thirds to A. W. Alexander and J. Mitchell, Guelph., 

Canada. Acetylene-gas generator i 

Deissler, Earnestina, administratrix. (See Deissler, Peter and W.) 

Deissler, Peter, deceased; E. Deissler, administratrix, and W. Deissler, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ventilating-sash 



Dec. 24 
May 21 



Aug. 6 

Mar. 26 
June 4 
June 11 1091 
Aug. 6 28 



Monthly Ofilcial 
volume. Gazette. 



32i >2 

17 

273 

730 

2262 

1707 



3470 

1624 

2583 
2644 

2584 

2750 
3002 
3439 

2317 

1798 



2438 
4360 

1634 
1437 

18 

3456 
1456 
19 
2110 
3318 



1166 
815 



558 
.3427 



2228 
573 



2099 
140 



Jan. 1 
June 4 
May 7 



Gear- 



Nov. 



684,919 Oct. 22 



683,447 Oct. 1 

685,578 ; Oct. 29 

667,684 Feb. 12 

670,854 Mar. 26 



688,505 

671,415 

675,819 



1027 
662 
531 



593 



2791 



•1929 

951 
3319 



Dec. 10 1522 
Apr. 2 1003 

June 4 847 



672,754 Apr. 23 3540 



734 

4 

59 

158 

512 

403 
6 

(217 
1218 

782 

375 

596 

594 

1596 

(597 

645 

685 

755 

535 
413 

113 
547 
979 

365 
321 

4,5 

803 
&30 
6 
494 
783 



258 
181 

133 

789 

925 
(513 
1514 
(124 
(125 

632 
31 

241 



239 
137 
123 



123 



035 



11 
922 
207 
783 

354 

228 
[182 
1183 



810 



97 
97 
95 

[-95 

95 

95 

95 
95 



2563 

5 

1915 

2008 

490 
2215 
1060 

2072 



2608 
1395 



ooo 
2427 



95 i 556 



97 



97 



95 



2403 

659 

1726 

506 
379 

1149 
1516 
960 

1320 
310 



768 
2169 
1868 
2319 
2516 



255 
171 

118 

767 

2713 

1536 

1157 

2393 
1888 
2094 
1049 



204 
1993 
1157 



1079 



615 



10 

97 i 890 
94 ' 1199 
94 2517 



2176 
207 

2026 



774 



104 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Deissler, William. (See Deissler, Peter and W.) 

Deitch, Guilford A. (See Barckdall and Woodward, assignors.) 

Deiters, Harry A., and E. L. Bill, Spencer, W. Va. Snap-hook 

Deitz, Henry, assignor to Deitz Manufacturing Company, Denver, Colo. Bicycle pack- 
age-carrier ... 

Deitz Manufacturing Company. (See Deitz, Henry, assignor.) 

Deiwiks, Wilhelm, Bielefeld, Germany, assignor to H. Romiinder, New York, N. Y., and 
F. Romiinder, Cologne, Germany. Rotary motor 

Dekin, Albert A., Glenfleld, N. Y. Excelsior-making machine 

Del Manzo, Ernest, assignor to Wisconsin Malleable Iron Company, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Tie-plate 

Delachartre, Clovis. (See Delachartre, Gaston and C.) 

Delachartre, Gaston and C, Paris, France. Sheet-metal-bending machine. 

Delafond, Elie, New Orleans, La. Facilitating crystallization of sugar 

Delaney, Henry J., Milwaukee, Wis. Painting-machine 

Delaney, James G., New York, N. Y. Conveying apparatus ..: 

Delaney, James G., New York, N. Y. Marine conveyer ... 

Delaney, Joseph W. (See Linehan, Peter L., assignor.) 

Delano, Frederic A., Chicago, 111. Locomotive _.. 

Delano, Frederic A., Chicago, 111. Freight-car _. __. 

Delano, Lewis P., St. Louis, Mo. Journal-bearing 

Delano, Lewis P., St. Louis, Mo. Journal-bearing. _ 

Delanoy, Alfred G., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for recording speed of ships 

Delattre, Jules, Dorignies-Flers, France. Grease-extracting apparatus 

Delattre, Jules, Dorignies-Flers, France. Apparatus for purifying water 

Delavan, Willard M., Pittsfleld, Mass., and W. L. Fehh, Hartford, Conn. Voting-ma-7 

chine ) 

Delbridge, Charles L., St. Louis, Mo. File for interest-computers 

Delehanty, William E., Troy, N. Y. Connection for pipes 

Delerue, Charles, Roubaix, France. Apparatus for removing impurities from fibrous? 

materials _ _ 5 

Delfos, CornelisF., Pretoria, South African Republic. Crushing or pulverizing machine. 

Delin, Andre, Everett, Mass. Combination-tool for squaring purposes 

Delin, Georges, Brussels, Belgium. Incandescent gas-lighting burner 

Delin, Georges, Brussels, Belgium. Gas-heater 

Delius, George. (See Tatro and Delius.) 
Delivouk, Louis. (See George and Delivouk.) 

Dell, Frank J., Cincinnati, Ohio. Kitchen-cabinet 

Dellenbarger, Charles E., Cleveland, Ohio. Automatic ribbon-reversing mechanism 

Dellenbarger, Charles E., Cleveland, Ohio. Workman's time-recorder 

Dellinger, John, Buffalo, N. Y.. Subheater for hot-air furnaces 

Delloye, Lucien H., assignor to Manufactures des Glaces et Produits Chimiques de St./ 

Gobain Chauny & Cirey, Paris, France. Apparatus for polishing glass ; 5 

Delorriers, Charles, Chicopee, Mass. Hernial truss ___ 

Delph, Frank A., and J. L. Cantey, New Orleans, La. Lint separating and condensing 

apparatus __ 

Demaree, Henry C, and W. C. Eckhart, Roca, Nebr. Truss 

Demarest, Charles S. (See Root and Demarest.) 

Demarest, David C, Angels, Cal. Hydraulic valve mechanism 

Dement, Isaac S., Chicago, 111. Counter _ 

Demerath, Joseph M., Rochester, N. Y., assignor to W. H. Weeks, Philadelphia, Pa./ 

Candy-machine ) 

Demers & Co. (See Couture, Philomon, assignor.) 

Deming, Anna I., Pipestone, Minn. Belt 

Deming Company. (See Deming, William L., assignor.) 

Deming, Eli R., Detroit, Mich. Churn _ 

Deming, Henry M., Rootstown, Ohio. Mowing-machine 

Deming, William L., assignor to Deming Company, Salem, Ohio. Hydraulic ram 

Demmler, Albert J. , Wellsville, Ohio. Manufacture of polished sheet metal 

Demmler, Albert J., Wellsville, Ohio. Rolling sheet metal - 

Demmler, Albert J., Wellsville, Ohio. Annealing-box 

Demmler, Albert J., Wellsville, Ohio. Annealing-box. 

Demmler, Albert J., Wellsville, Ohio. Hotbed for metal-rolling 

Demorest, William H., Jr., New York, N. Y. Stone-carrier 

Dempsey, James T., assignor of one-half to P. W. Carey, Kansas City, Kans. Granitoid-/ 

walk-laying machine 5 

Dempster, Alexander R.. and W. D. Rinehart, assignors to Dempster Manufacturing 

Company, Des Moines. Iowa. Windmill-regulator 

Dempster, Charles B., Beatrice, Nebr. Axial bearing for grain-drill disks 

Dempster, Charles B., and F. H. Kline, Beatrice, Nebr. Windmill 

Dempster, John T. H., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of 

New York. Coil-retaining device 

Dempster Manufacturing Company. (See Culver, George A., assignor.) 
Dempster Manufacturing Company. (See Dempster and Rinehart, assignors.) 

Demuth, John A., Oberlin, Ohio. Workman's time-recorder 

Demuth, Robert, Elberfeld, Germany, assignor to Farbenfabriken of Elberfeld Co., New 

York, N. Y. Blue cotton dye and making same. 

Denaeyer, Alphonse, Brussels, Belgium. Making cocoa preparations 

Denayrouze, Louis, Paris, France. Bunsen burner for incandescent gas-lights 

Denay rouze, Louis, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France. Burner for incandescent gas-lights 

Denckla, Nelsine P. , Denver, Colo. Cloth folding and holding device 

Denes, John, assignor of one-half to^S. Slesinger, Wilmington, Del. Sliding-door fastener . 
Dengate, Charles. (See Guymer, Gilbert, assignor.) 

Dengler, Johannes, Cannstadt, Germany. Screw-cutting tool 

Denham, Howard W., Gainesville, Fla. Wheel-repairing device 

Denhard, Frederick. (See Alz, Urban S., assignor.) 
Denhard, Frederick. (See Alz and Hoenisch, assignors.) 

Denis, Alfred, St. Hyacinthe, Canada. Bag-seal 

Denis, George A., Philadelphia, Pa. Soldering-iron 

Denison, Annie B., et al. (See Denison, Julian F., assignor.) 

Denison, Dudley C. (See Phillips, Elwood C, assignor.) 

Denison, Ernest B. (See Adamson, Andrew J., assignor.) 

Denison, John H., Maquon, 111. Cultivator 



No. 



607,190 



686,394 
683,199 

680,767 

671,312 
675,938 
677,343 

685,579 

685,580 

665,070 
665,071 
071,586 
687,205 
672,103 
671,131 
680,992 

678,835 

673,200 
682,046 

668,907 

680,650 
683.254 
668,628 
674,001 



674,906 
674,826 
675,325 
685,581 

689,041 

684,199 

667,072 
674,645 

665,192 
672,185 

689,067 



673,979 

687,132 
670,197 

673,764 

677,022 
677,023 
082,404 
682,459 
686,267 
678,944 

688,986 

667,617 
671,539 
668,812 

678,864 



674,260 

673,388 
684,920 

673,705 
684,921 
678,945 
682,675 

685,264 
677,183 



689,542 

680,519 



675,721 



Date. 



Feb. 5 
Jan. 15 

Nov. 12 
Sept. 24 

Aug. 20 

Apr. 2 
June 11 
July 2 

Oct. 29 

Oct. 29 

Jan. 1 
Jan. 1 
Apr. 9 

Nov. 26 
Apr. 16 
Apr. 2 
Aug. 20 

July 16 

Apr. 30 
Sept. 3 

Feb. 26 

Aug. 13 
Sept. 24 
Feb. 26 

May 14 



May 28 

May 21 

May 28 

Oct. 29 

Dec. 17 

Oct. 8 

Jan. 29 
May 21 

Jan. 1 
Apr. 16 

Dec. 17 

May 14 

Nov. 19 
Mar. 19 

May 7 

June 25 
June 25 
Sept. 10 
Sept. 10 
Nov. 12 
July 23 

Dec. 17 

Feb. 5 
Apr. 9 
Feb. 26 

July 23 



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May 7 
Oct. 22 
May 7 
Oct. 22 
July 23 
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June 25 



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Aug. 13 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Denison, Julian F., assignor to A. B. Denison, New Haven, Conn., and Backus Water Mo- 
tor Company, of New Jersey. Valve for explosion-engines 

Denlinger, Benjamin F. (See Denlinger, John B., assignor.) 

Denlinger, John B., assignor of one-half to B. F. Denlinger, Hillgrove, Ohio. Band-cut- 
ter and feeder 

Denmead, James H., Westpoint, Va., assignor of one-half to H. E. Stanford, New York, 
N. Y. Bottle stopper and seal 

Denmead, John W. (See Palmer and Denmead.) 

Denn, Walter G.. Philadelphia, Pa. Lock 

Dennett, Jacob M. (See Blake and Dennett.) 

Denning, Patrick F., Haverstraw, N. Y. Garment-hanger 

Dennis, Felix H., Merkel, Tex. Baling-press. 

Dennis, Samuel K., assignor to Piano Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Twine-box 

Dennis, Samuel K., assignor to Piano Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Canvas 
for grain-binders . .__ . 

Dennis, Samuel K., assignorto Piano Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Combined 
clip and chafing-plate for mowing-machine finger-bars - --- 

Dennis, Samuel K., assignor to Piano Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Combined 
mowing-machine and hay-rake _ . 

Dennis, Thomas L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Bicycle 

Dennis, William H., and F. D. W. Phillips; said Dennis assignor to D. D. Hammond, 
Cortland, N. Y. Guard or hood for grinding or polishing wheels. _ ___ 

Dennis, William L., Birmingham, England. Metallic hearth-plate for fireplaces 

Dennison Manufacturing Company. (See Mus^inan, Oscar, assignor.) 

Dennison, Thomas F., New York, N. Y. Adjustable hem-attacher for sewing-ma- 
chines - 

Denny, Harrison A., Reardan, Wash. Seed-drill * 

Densmore, James A., St. Louis, Mo. Vapor-burner _. 

Densmore Typewriter Company. (See Barron, Walter J., assignor.) 

Dent Hardware Company. (See Dent, Henry H, assignor.) 

Dent, Henry H, Allentown, assignor to Dent Hardware Company, Fullerton, Pa. Latch 

Dent, Robert R., Bloomsburg, Pa. Cuff -holder _ 

Dental Manufacturing Company. (See Sonnex, Richard W., assignor.) 

Dental Manufacturing Company. (See Williams, James L., assignor.) 

Denton, Daniel T., Lakeview, Minn. Harvester - 

Denton, Daniel T., Lakeview, Minn. Harvester 

Denton, John, Paterson, N. J. Valve for water-closets 

Denton, John, Paterson, N. J. Flush-tank valve 

Denton, Sherman F., Wellesley, Mass. Display-mount .-_ --- 

Denyes, Gaylord W., and 0. Schutt, Cassopolis, Mich. Grain-drill 

Den yes, Gaylard W., and O. Schutt, Cassopolis, Mich. Feed for grain-drills ._ 

Denyes, Gaylard W., and O. Schutt, Cassopolis, Mich. Grain-drill 

Denzer, Frederick E., and J. Hullt, Hood River, Oreg. Bicycle coaster-brake 

Deovich, Benso G., Philadelphia, Pa. Safety-holder for paper money, &c 

Depew, Strother I., Pana, assignor of one-half to B. E. Cronkhite, Rossville, 111. Pan__. 

Depew, Strother I., Pana, assignor of one-half to B. E. Cronkhite, Rossville, 111. Duster 
and window-cleaner _ --. -_- 

Depireux, Louis, Liege, Belgium. Bearing-lubricator _ _ 

Depp, William E., Brookville, Pa. Extension-table 

Deppe, Nelson R., Maysville, N. C. Lumber-jack --. 

Deppe, Nelson R., Maysville, N. C. Lumber-jack 

Depping, Charles H. (See Toepfert and Depping.) 

Depriest, William D. (See Bright and Depriest.) 

Deputy, Elijah E., Millville, N. J. Razor-sharpener 

Dequede, William O., New Orleans, La., assignor to Link Belt Machinery Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Car-unloading apparatus ; 

Derby, Albert T., San Francisco, Cal. Attachment for automatic piano or organ play- 
ers. --- -- -- 

Derby, James W., Bowling Green, Ohio. Snow-plow. ._ 

Derby, John H., Brookline, Mass. Dry-pipe valve _ 

Derby, Joseph A. (See Barlow and Derby.) 

Derby, Walter N., Etna, N. H. Extension-ladder ! 

Derbyshire, William H., Chambersburg, Pa. Hydraulic riveting-machine 

Dercum, Herman J., trustee. (See Eyanson, George T., assignor.) 

Dercum, Herman J., trustee. (See Eyanson and Shinn, assignors.) 

Dercum, Herman J., trustee. (See Hess, Henry K., assignor.) 

Dercum, Herman J., trustee. (See Hess, Shinn, and Hering, assignors.) (Reissue.) 

Dercum, Herman J., trustee. (See Seddon, William T., assignor.; 

Dercum, Herman J., trustee. (See Shinn, Albert J., assignor.) 

Derdeyn, Roman, Vicksburg, Miss. Grabot-cleaner 

Derge, Ernest T. (See Lee, Derge, and Root.) 

Deri, Max, Vienna, Austria-Hungary. Continuous-current machine and apparatus 

Derrer, Henry, SauitSte. Marie, Canada. Lathe for turning irregular forms 

Derus, John, Minneapolis, Minn. Bracket for window shades, curtains, &c 

Derus, John, assignor of one-third to C. M. Vollender, Minneapolis, Minn. Ornamental 

button.-. - --_ 

Dervaux, Alfred, Brussels, Belgium. Purifying water _ 

Dervin, Patrick J., New York, N. Y. Pipe-coupling 

Des Isles, Leonard H, Cambridge, Mass. Strainer __ 

Desberon Motor Car Company. (See Birdsall, Edward T., assignor.) 

Deschambault, Aquila, Marshall, Minn. Water-tank 

Deschamps, Josepn, Hazelhurst, Pa. Quick water-heating device _ _ 

Deschamps, Joseph, Hazelhurst, Pa. Cuspidor.- __ 

Desgrez, Alexandre, and V. Balthazard, Paris, France. Apparatus for regenerating and 

purify ingair _ 

Deshler, William H, et al. (See Burkhalter, Charles, assignor.) 

Desjardins, Charles, St. Pierre, Canada. Grain-drill .. 

Desiardins, Charles, St. Pierre, Canada. Grain-drill 

Deskau, Joseph H. (See Dilthey, Frederick C, assignor.) 

Desmond, John, assignorto Lunkenheimer Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Injector 

Desnoyers, Patrice, Magog, Canada. Shears or scissors _ 

Dessolle, Emile L. , Levallois-Perret, France. Apparatus for electrocoppering metals . . . 
Desy, Louis A., Montreal, Canada. Dredge 



666,264 

666,473 

680,476 

688,070 

687,133 
680,410 
667,197 

675,000 

677,184 
684,798 
670,608 

673,047 
6S9,952 



685,825 
673,135 
667,974 



1170,500 
684,414 



673,389 

673,424 
679,368 
681,302 
681,110 
667,506 
671,587 
672,596 
682,976 
673,574 
676,424 

676,425 
688,396 
667.387 
680,230 
680,231 



668,503 
673,360 

687,559 
683,682 
684,352 

678,549 
687,134 



669,821 

670,557 
675,469 
667,299 

689,669 
688,721 
687,917 

688,397 



677,959 
6811,027 
690,245 

680,028 

666,922 
687,953 

683,914 

683,105 
686,395 



Jan. 22 

Jan. 22 

Aug. 13 

Dec. 3 

Nov. 19 
Aug. 13 
Feb. 5 

May 28 

June 25 
Oct. 22 
Mar. 26 

Apr. 30 
Dec. 31 



Nov. 5 
Apr. 30 
Feb. 12 



Mar. 26 
Oct. 15 



May 7 
May 7 
July 30 
Aug. 27 
Aug. 20 
Feb. 5 
Apr. 9 
Apr. 23 
Sept. 17 
May 7 
June 18 

June 18 
Dec. 10 
Feb. 5 
Aug. 13 
Aug. 13 



Feb. 19 

Apr. 30 

Nov. 26 

Oct. 1 
Oct. 8 

July 16 

Nov. 19 



Mar. 12 

Mar. 26 
June 4 
Feb. 5 

Dec. 24 
Dec. 10 
Dec. 3 

Dec. 10 



July 9 
Aug. 6 
Dec. 31 

Aug. 6 

Jan. 29 
Dec. 3 



Oct. 8 

Sept. 24 
Nov. 12 
Feb. 26 



2689 

3131 

1388 
711 

2713 

1272 
39 

2968 

3472. 
2564 



4113 

4270 



196 

4279 
1481 



2701 
1870 



32 

106 
3991 
3016 
2620 

652 
1333 
3217 
2410 

410 
2056 

2057 
1305 
427 
946 
947 



2440 
4681 

3572 
464 
1722 

2323 
2714 



1401 

2788 
197 
244 

3681 
1907 
410 

1307 



1194 

578 

4845 



4013 
471 



2(130 
1250 
2687 



621 

721 
302 
164 

595 

280 
9 



1587 
677 



000 



39 
985 
327 



415 



25 
892 
668 
579 
132 
308 
746 
546 

96 
456 

456 
300 
87 
213 
213 



548 
1081 
1082 

784 
I 104 
\ 105 

381 

523 

596 



331 

653 
45 
51 

865 

448 

99 

1300 

J301 

275 
126 
1119 



114 



604 
277 
602 



94 



97 



97 



592 



1336 
1985 



1562 
1313 



1701 

2609 

569 

2431 

.915 

2790 



1002 
948 
1307 



412 



1061 

1074 

884 

1707 

1607 

1120 

294 

704 

2381 

1135 

2307 



2133 
1075 
1248 
1249 



1517 
1028 



1754 



509 
1563 



2092 

2412 
1899 
1039 

2651 
2257 
1925 

2133 



267 
1157 
2905 

1158 

872 
1936 

202 

2446 
1237 
1589 



106 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentee* — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Dotriek, Myron IT., Sterling, 111. Boiler for automobiles 

Detroit. Automobile Company. (See Ford, Henry, assignor.) 

Detroit Motor Works. (See Hardy, Hoy 10., assignor.) 

Detweiler, Joshua B., Nappanee. Ind. Step-ladder 

Deulin, Fornand 10., .Teannette, ]'a. Frying-pan 

Deuther, Lorenz A,, Buffalo, N. Y. Ice-cream carrier 

Deuther, Lorenz A., Buffalo, N. Y. Machine for making picture-backboards, &c 

Deutsch, Alex S. (See Rosenberg, Samuel, assignor.) 

Deutseh, John 11., assignor of one-half to M.. Busch, Dallas, Tex. IMano attachment 

Deutsche Gold- & Silber-Scheide-Anstalt vorm. Roessler. (See Moldenhaur, Carl, as- 
signor.) 

Deutsche Gold & Silber-Scheide-Anstalt, vorm. Roessler. (See Pfleger, Johannes, as- 
signor.) 

Deutsche Telephonworke R. Stock & Co., Gesellschaft mit Besehriinkter Haftung. (See 
.Tahnz, Erwin II., assignor.) 

Deutsche Waffen-und Munitionsfabriken. (See Brilggemann, August, assignor.) 

Detitsche WafTen-& Munitionsfabriken. (See Riebe, August, assignor.) 

Devaney, Charles S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Toy 

Devantery, Joseph, Brooklyn, assignor to Locomobile Company of America, New York, 
N. Y. Fi 1 ling-receptacle for liquids 

Devantery, Joseph, Brooklyn, assignor to Locomobile Company of America, New York, 
N. Y. Water-gage glass 

Devantery, Joseph, assignor to Locomobile Company of America, New York, N.Y. Bump 

Devantery, Joseph, Brooklyn, assignor to "Locomobile" Company of America, New 
York, N. Y. Boiler-tube J .... 

Deverall, Frederick J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Oil-can or other receptacle 

Devereux & Co., O. C. (See Campbell, James, assignor.) 

Devers, William J., assignor of one-half to M. Davis, Jr., Seranton, Pa. Rail-joint 

Devine, David R. C, assignor of two-thirds to J. A. McKee and D. D. Williams, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Fastening device for fabric package-covers 

Devine, John. (See Behny, John F., assignor.) 

Devine, Joseph, Cambria, Mich. Burial-casket 

Devine, William P., Boston, Mass., assignor to Consolidated Fastener Company, Port- 
land, Me. Fastener 

Devine, William P., Boston, Mass., assignor to Consolidated Fastener Company, Port- 
land, Me. Stud for fasteners - 

Devlin, Walter E. (See Bennett, Dwight W., assignor.) 

Devlin, William. (See Riddell, Patterson, Devlin, and Smith.) 

Devoe, Arnot K., Boston, Mass. Filing-spindle. 

Devoe, Benjamin G., Lima, Ohio. Dispensing-can 

Devoe, Benjamin G., Lima, Ohio. Jar-cover 

Devol, David, Grandbay, Ala. Artificial limb 

Devoro, Morris H., St. Louis, Mo. Journal-bearing... 

Devore, Thomas W., Wilkinsburg, Pa. Rail-joint 

Dewar, William II., New York, N. Y. Urinal 

Dewar, William H., assignor to J. L. Mott Iron Works, New York, N. Y. Nozzle for 
drinking-foun tains 

Dewees, Ida V. (See Dewees, William B., assignor.) 

Dewees, William ]$., Salina, Kans. Inhaler __. 

Dewees, William B., assignor to I. V. Dewees, Salina, Kans. Abdominal supporter.* 

Dewes, Abednego, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Patent Button 
Company, Waterbury, Conn. Button-setting machine 

Dewes, Edward H., St. Louis, Mo. Wagon-skein 

Dewes, John, assignor of one-half to H. Hunt, New York, N. Y. Cutting-die 

Dewey, Alvah, Marion, Ky. Automatic feed-regulator for Hour-mills 

I lewey, George C. (See Darley, Ward, assignor. ) 

Dewhurst, William W., St. Augustine, Fla. Type-writing-machine table 

Dewing, Fred M. (See Christiansen and Dewing.) 

Dexter Folder Company. (See Dexter, Talbot C., assignor.) 

Dexter, Talbot C, Pearl River, N. Y. Automatic controller for printing-presses 

Dexter, Talbot C. , Pearl River, N. Y. Sheet-ealipering device for paper-feeding machines. 

Dexter, Talbot C, Pearl River, N. Y. Sheet-conveyer frame 

Dexter, Talbot C, Pearl River, N. Y. Sheet-calipering device for paper-feeding ma-) 
chines 5 

Dexter, Talbot C, Pearl River, N. Y. Protective mechanism for printing-presses, &c... 

Dexter, Talbot C, Pearl River, N. Y. Duplex guard for printing-presses 

Dexter, Talbot C., Pearl River, N. Y. Means for protecting printing-presses 

Dexter, Talbot C, Pearl River, N. Y. Printing-press protector 

Dexter, Talbot C, Pearl River, N. Y. Feed-gage for printing-presses 

Dexter, Talbot C, Pearl River, N. Y. Automatic protector for printing-presses 

Dexter, Talbot C, Pearl River, N. Y. Device for controlling the action of printing-^ 
presses 5 

Dexter, Talbot C, Pearl River, N. Y. Automatic guard for printing-presses 

Dexter, Talbot C, assignor to Dexter Folder Company, Pearl River, N. Y. Paper-regis- 
tering instrument 

Dexter, Talbot C, Pearl River, assignor to Dexter Folder Company, New York. N. Y.< 
Paper-registering instrument _ ) 

Dexter, Talbot C, Pearl River, assignor to Dexter Folder Company, Pearl River and 
New York, N. Y. Device for cutting register slits or openings in printed sheets 

Dexter, Thomas F., Boston, Mass., assignor to American Steam Heating Specialty Com- 
pany. Fitting for steam healing apparatus 

Dey, James G. S., Syracuse, N. Y. Garment 



No. 



8,480 



(580,318 

081,044 
075,128 
689,460 

077, 8BC 



080,703 

671,857 

671,858 
677,776 

686,200 
671,313 

079,950 

072,668 

673,246 

672,095 

680,373 



678,721 
675,820 
OK 1,701) 
088,030 
669,478 
688,722 
668,872 

685,675 

686,270 
684,200 

688,071 
088,723 
671,003 
687,782 

670,370 



665,072 
665,193 

669,724 

672,702 

678,114 

673,115 
673,116 

675,129 

680,000 
680,907 

681,445 

6S1,954 

604,930 
069,001 

079,219 

6S5,396 
081,955 



Date. 



Feb. 19 



Aug. 13 
Aug. 20 
May 28 
Dec. 24 

July 9 



Aug. 20 

Apr. 9 

Apr. 9 
July 2 

Nov. 12 
Apr. 2 

Aug. 6 

Apr. 28 

Apr. 30 

Apr. 16 

Aug. 18 



July 16 
June 4 
Oct. 22 
Dec. 17 
Mar. i 
Dec. 10 
Feb. 26 

Oct. 29 

Nov. 12 
Oct. 8 

Dec. 3 

Dec. 10 

May 28 

Dec. 8 

Mar. 19 



Jan. 1 
Jan. 1 

Mar. 12 

Apr. 23 

Apr. 80 

Apr. 30 
Apr. 80 

May 28 

Aug. 20 
Aug. 20 

Aug. 27 
Sept. 3 
Jan. 1 
Feb. 26 

July 23 

Oct. 29 
Sept. 8 



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2507 
2339 
734 
1909 
3194 

4206 

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1441 

712 

1910 

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708 

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4289 

4244 

4246 

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775 

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Name, residence, and invention. 



Deycke, Georg, Constantinople, Turkey. Obtaining albumen 

Dhe, Charles. (See Claytor. James E., assignor. ) 
Dhe, Charles. (See Houze and Dhe.,) 

Di Marco, Ubaldo, assignor to J. Braunstein and A. Kressin, New York, N. Y. Vending- 
machine 



Dial, Wilbur F. (See Dirnond and Dial.) 

Diamond, Charles W., assignor to M. Levy, Jr., New Orleans, La. Safety trolley device. 

Diamond Drill and Machine Company. (See Templin, Joseph H., assignor.) 

Diamond Light Company. (See Dickel, Charles W., assignor.) 

Diamond Match Company. (See Andrews, Charles B., assignor.) 

Diamond Tack and Nail Works. (See Gardiner and Ranney, assignors.) 

Dibbens, Ernest A., assignor to C. G. Fawkes, Denver, Colo. Resilient or elastic tire 

Dice, Andrew F., Joliet, 111. Wire-hoop machine 



No. 



Dick, Albert B., assignor to A. B. Dick Company, Chicago, 111. Duplicating apparatus .. 
Dick, Albert B., assignor to A. B. Dick Company, Chicago, 111. Stencil-printing machine. 

Dick, Emil, Baden, Austria-Hungary. System of electrically lighting railway-carriages. 

Dick, Harry C, Philadelphia, Pa. Hat-protector 

Dick, John, Meadville, Pa. Subbase structure for engines or generators 

Dick, John R., assignor to Mutual Electric Trust, Limited, Brighton, England. Appa-( 

ratusfor connecting electric meters in three-wire circuits 5| 

Dick, Joseph, Canton, Ohio. Fodder-cutter 

Dick & Kirschten, Gesellschaf t mit Beschrankter Haf tung. (See Kuchenbrod, Clemens, 

assignor. ) 

Dicke, Robert, Milspe, Germany. Wood-screw-cutting machine 

Dickel, Charles W., assignor to Diamond Light Company, New York, N. Y. Incandes- 
cent gas-lamp - _._ 

Dickenson, Richardson W., Sioux Falls, S. D. Index-cabinet - 

Dicker, George A., Troy, N. Y. Folding box.. _ _ _ 

Dickerson, Edmund A. (See Krises, Joseph, assignor.) 

(See Bettini, Gianni, assignor.) 

(See Currie, Stanley C. C, assignor.) 

(See Kendall, Edward D., assignor.) 

(See Roberts, Isaiah L., assignor.) 
et al. (See Kendall, Edward D., assignor.) 

Stovall, N. C. Electric connecting-handle for automobiles 

Stovall, N. C. Acetylene-gas lamp _ 



Dickerson, Edward N. 
Dickerson, Edward N. 
Dickerson, Edward N. 
Dickerson, Edward N. 
Dickerson, Edward N. 
Dickerson, Edward N.. 
Dickerson, Edward N.. 



•Mi.:;-;) 

673,704 

670,855 

682,977 

689,578 

666,410 
679,140 

683,978 

679,111 

6K4.201 

675,001 
683,448 



666,923 

081,400 
685.977 



Date. 



Dickerson, Edward N., Stovall, N. C. Self-starting explosive-engine . 



Acetylene-gas-generating apparatus 

Motor-cycle _ _ _ 

Acetylene-gas-generating lamp 

Apparatus for generating acetylene gas- 

Acetylene-gas burner 

Camera-shutter .__ 

Saw-set 

Tube-expandsr _ 



Steam-boiler. 



Dickerson, Edward N., New York, N. Y. 

Dickerson, Edward N., New York, N. Y 
Dickerson, Edward N., New York, N. Y. 

Dickerson, Edward N., New York, N. Y 

Dickerson, Edwin N., New York, N. Y. 
Dickerson, Warren C, New York, N. Y. 
Dickerson. William M.. Indianapolis, Ind 
Dickert, Morgan S., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Dickey, Adam, Boston. Mass. Cutter-head 

Dickey, Elihue F., Emmet, Ark. Farming implement 

Dickey, Marion F., Pendleton ville, Tex. Wireworking-tool 

Dickey, Oliver J., Independence, Mo. Extension-table 

Dickey, Rosa. (See Dickey, William E., assignor.) 

Dickey, William A., Peru, Ind. Fence-post 

Dickey, William E., assignor of one-third to R. Dickey, New York, N. Y. 

Dickie, John G. (See Umstead and Dickie.) 

Dickinson, Albert. (See Timewell, Arthur T., assignor.) 

Dickinson, Arthur L., Binghamton, N. Y. Tabulating-scale 

Dickinson, Arthur S., Atlanta, Ga. Bicycle 

Dickinson, C. F.. et al. (See Dickinson, John W., Jr., assignor.) 

Dickinson, Charles. (See Drew and Dickinson.) 

Dickinson, Charles, et al. (See Anderson, Erickson, and Wickstrom, assignors.) 

Dickinson, Charles F., Wheeling, W. Va. Manufacture of structural beams 

Dickinson, Charles W., Ypsilanti, Mich. Float for fish-lines 

Dickinson, Clinton W., La Crosse, Wis. Sulky-plow _ 

Dickinson, DwightM., assignor of one-half to T. J. Carr, Bridgeport, Conn. Helical- 
grip paper pencil _ 

Dickinson, Francke W. (See Cook, Francis L., assignor.) 

Dickinson, Frank T., assignor to Mahoney & Dickinson, Chicago, 111. Cigar-lighter 

Dickinson, Frederic B., Chattanooga, Tenn. Photographic camera 

Dickinson, John W., Jr., Little Rock, Ark. Ball-bearing 

Dickinson, John W., Jr., assignor of two-thirds to W. W. and C. F. Dickinson Little 
Rock, Ark. Ball-bearing boxing 

Dickinson, Joseph H. (See Miller and Dickinson.) 

Dickinson, Joseph H., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to S. Willner, London, England. Rail- 
way-joint .- - 

Dickinson, W. W., et al. (See Dickinson, John W., Jr., assignor.) 

Dickson, Edward, assignor to Robin Hood Powder Company, Swanton. Vt. Explosive 

Dickson, George F., and E. E. Bower, Aledo, 111. Horseshoe-nail-clenching tool 

Dickson, James H.. Polk, Pa. Mail-box ._ 



Dickson, James W. (See Groark and Dickson.) 

Dickson, William K. L., assignor tc American Mutoscope & Biograph Company, New 

York, N. Y. Consecutive-view apparatus 

Didot, Armand F., Canton, Mass. Milk-pail 

Dieckmann, Ferdinand, Cincinnati, Ohio. Sheet-metal elbow __ 

Dieckmann, Ferdinand, Cincinnati, Ohio. Elbow-forming machine 

Diedrich, Ernst, Hamburg, Germany. Blind for the eyes of animals 



666.956 
669,113 

I 681,111 

671,693 

673,336 
687,299 

688,072 

678,550 
673,706 
680.282 
071,410 
666,742 

666,265 
082.004 
676,878 

673,862 
671,665 



681,630 
668,873 



667,198 
668,254 

674,377 

673,469 

066,000 
660.052 
670,313 

666,378 



667,685 

678,360 
673,159 

669,624 



689,857 
689,293 
609,101 
078,940 
080.073 



Mar. 5 

May 7 
Mar. 20 



Sept. 17 

Dec. 24 

Jan. 22 
July 23 

Sept. 17 

July 23 
Oct. 8 

May 28 

Oct. 1 

Mar. 12 

Jan. 29 
Aug. 27 
Nov. 5 



Jan. 29 
Mar. 5 

Aug. 20 

Apr. 9 

Apr. 30 
Nov. 26 

Dec. 3 

July 16 
May 7 
Aug. 13 
Apr. 2 

Jan. 29 

Jan. 22 
Sept. 17 
June 25 

May 14 
Apr. 9 



Aug. 27 
Feb. 26 



Feb. 5 
Feb. 19 

May 21 

May 7 

Jan. 15 
Jan. 29 
Mar. 19 

Jan. 22 



Feb. 12 

July 16 

Apr. 30 

Mar. 12 



Dec. 31 
Dec. 17 
Mar. 5 
July 23 
Aug. 13 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 



532 



94 



149 
784 



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3319 

2412 

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2991 

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(714 


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445 


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(436 


198 


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509 


3457 


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2352 


548 


2932 


678 


952 


207 


1961 




4331 


997 


1021 


(242 
(243 


4082 


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2991 


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166 


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1902 



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94 2517 



2382 
2018 



766 

2382 

754 
311 

1701 

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2020 

872 
1738 
1056 



1807 

1607 

337 

1019 
1651 

1985 

509 

1179 
1249 
208 



592 
2244 
2495 

1255 
323 



1824 



1430 
1464 

1092 

484 

768 
2305 

640 

1200 

433 
958 

2020 

2754 
2493 
1824 
685 
1413 



108 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical, list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Diefenderfer, Lewis K. (See Mossop and Diefenderfer.) 
Diehl, Charles, assignor of one-half to H. H. Netter, Philadelphia, Pa. 
filter 



Pressure water- 



Diehl, Clark E., Harrisburg, Pa., assignor to Postal Telegraph Cable Company, New 
York, N. Y. Quadruples telegraphy 



Diehl, Frank, Sheboygan, Wis. Band sawing-machine 

Diehl, Joseph H., Danville, Pa. Draft-regulator 

Diehl, Lucy A., Lebanon, Pa. Trunk-follower 

Diehl, Philip, Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Singer Manufacturing Company. Take-up 
for sewing-machines 1 

Diehl, Philip, and W. Schramm, Elizabeth, N. J., assignors to Singer Manufacturing Com- 
pany, of New Jersey. Power-transmitter 

Diehl, Philip, and A. Grieb, Elizabeth, N. J., assignors to Singer Manufacturing Company <[ 
of New Jersey. Circularly-moving-hook sewing-machine 

Diehl, Philip, and M. Hemleb, Elizabeth, N. J., assignors to Singer Manufacturing Com 
pany, of New Jersey. Alternating pressers for sewing-machines 

Diem, Albert, Cincinnati, Ohio. Paper bag 

Diepold, George W., Long Island City, N. Y. Clothes-line puller 

Diercks, Henry F., Dundee, 111. Combined corn cutter, sheller, and husker 

Diercks, John H., Minneapolis, Minn. Car-brake 



Dierdorff, Henry B., assignor to J. A. Jeffrey, Columbus, Ohio. Mining-machine 

Dierdorff, Henry B., assignor to J. A. Jeffrey, Columbus, Ohio. Mining-machine 

Dierdorff, Henry B., assignor to J. A. Jeffrey, Columbus, Ohio. Mining-machine 

Dierdorff, Henry B., assignor to J. A.Jeffrey, Columbus, Ohio. Mining-machine 

Dierdorff, Henry B., assignor to J. A. Jeffrey, Columbus, Ohio. Mining-machine 

Dierdorff, Henry B., assignor to Lechner Manufacturing Company, Columbus, Ohio. 
Mining-machine 

Diescher, Alfred J. (See Diescher, Samuel E. and A. J.) 

Diescher, Samuel E., Pittsburg, Pa. Apparatus for manufacturing seamless tubing 

Diescher, Samuel E., Pittsburg, Pa. Manufacturing seamless tubes ._ _. 

Diescher, Samuel E., Pittsburg, Pa. Feed-table 



Diescher, Samuel, Pittsburg, Pa., assignor to South Bend Iron Works, South Bend, lnd. 
Grinding- machine ; 

Diescher, Samuel E. and A. J. , Pittsburg, Pa. Feed mechanism for furnaces 

Diescher, Samuel E. and A. J., Pittsburg, Pa. Feed mechanism. 

Diesel Motor Company of America. 

Diesel Motor Company of America. 

Diesel Motor Company of America. 

Diesel Motor Company of America. 

Diesel Motor Company of America. 



(See Diesel, Rudolf, assignor.) 

(See Diesel, Rudolf, assignor.) (Reissue.) 

(See Frith, Arthur J., assignor.) 

(See Frith and Macpherson, assignors.) 

(See Scott, Walter W., assignor.) 



Diesel, Rudolf, Munich, Germany, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Diesel Motor Com-i 
pany of America. Internal-combustion engine. (Reissue) \ 

Diesel, Rudolf, Munich, Germany, assignor to Diesel Motor Company of America, Newi 
York, N. Y. Igniting and regulating combustion for internal-combustion engines ...', 

Dieterich, Fred G., Washington, D. C. Formaldehyde-generator 



Dieterichs & Loffelhardt, (See Loffelhardt, Wilhelm F., assignor.) 

Dietrich, C. Joseph, La Grange, 111. Coupling device for lowering chains 

Dietrich, Max, Friedrichsberg, Germany. Making food from blood 

Dietrich, Max, and A. Langer, Berlin, Germany. Producing blood-albumen 

Dietrich, Robert, Merseburg, German}'. Separator for cellulose 

Dietsch, Anton, Chicago, 111. Greenhouse 

Dietz, Charles, Chicago, 111. Car-coupling 

Dietz, Conrad, Cincinnati, Ohio. Mechanical movement _ 

Dietz, Conrad, Cincinnati, Ohio. Bearing and journal 

Dietz, Francis G., New York, N. Y. Supporter for shirt-waists, skirts, and belts 

Dietz, Francis G., New York, N. Y. Garment-supporter 

Dietz, Francis G., New York, N. Y. Garment-supporter 

Dietz, John F., Cincinnati, Ohio. Bedstead 

Dietz, John G. (See Noble, Benjamin, assignor.) 

Diffendaffer, Alexander L., La Belle, Mo. Lock 

Diflo, Harry, Philadelphia, Pa. Hame 

Ditto, Harry, Philadelphia, Pa. Hame-hook 

Diggins, Alexander J., Harvard, 111. Vehicle-body 

Dikema, Haring H, Brussels, Belgium, assignor to R. Oehme, Leipsic, Germany. At- 
omizer for liquids 

Dikeman, Charles S. (See Dikeman, Joseph S., assignor.) 

Dikeman, Charles S., Torrington, Conn. Bicycle-frame 

Dikeman, Joseph S., assignor of one-half to C. S. Dikeman, Torrington, Conn. Bicycle- 
frame. 



Dikeman, Joseph S., assignor of one-half to C. S. Dikeman, Torrington Conn. Sparking 
mechanism - 

Dikeman, Joseph S., assignor of one-half to C. S. Dikeman, Torrington, Conn. Bicycle- 
frame 



Dilatush, Charles N. (See McManus and Dilatush.) 
Dilg, Charles H. J. (See Dilg, Christian F. and C. H. J.) 

Dilg, Christian F. and C. H. J., New York, N. Y. Roll for polishing-machines 

Dilg, Christian F. and C. H. J., New York, N. Y. Cleaning or polistiing machine 

Dill, Charles H., Danville, lnd. Station-indicator 

Dill, Charles H., Danville, lnd., assignor of one-half to E. P. Dill, Guthrie, Okla. Ter. 
Station-indicator and advertiser 



No. 



673,597 

684,415 

687,993 

688,836 
666>653 

687,206 

668,166 
678,947 

681,684 
670,507 
690,246 

689,068 

667,507 

684,354 

684,355 
6S4,356 

684,357 

684,358 
684,353 

607,686 
667,687 
671,991 

678,865 

671,989 
671,990 



11,900 

073,160 
677,643 

668,504 
0S4,978 
688,604 
681,498 
673,497 
667,427 
678,459 
689,069 
676,676 
oss, i iir, 
(Wine, 
685,826 

665,772 
683,731 
688,732 
679,369 

685,582 

086,034 

066,187 

687,874 

689,467 



007,300 
070,850 
687,424 

687,425 



Date. 



May 7 

Oct. 15 

Dec. 3 

Dec. 17 
Jan. 29 

Nov. 26 

Feb. 19 
July 23 

Sept. 3 
Mar. 26 
Dec. 31 

Dec. 17 

Feb. 5 

Oct. 8 

Oct. 8 
Oct. 8 

Oct. 8 

Oct. 8 
Oct. 8 

Feb. 12 
Feb. 12 
Apr. 16 

July 23 

Apr. 10 
Apr. 16 



Apr. 2 

Apr. 80 

July 2 

Feb. 19 
Oct. 22 
Dec. 10 
Aug. 27 
May 7 
Feb. 5 
July 16 
Dec. 17 
June 18 
Dec. 10 
Dec. 10 
Nov. 5 

Jan. 8 
Oct. 1 
Oct. 1 
July 30 

Oct. 29 

Nov. 5 

Jan. 15 

Dec. 3 

Dec. 24 



Feb. 5 

Mar. 26 
Nov. 26 

Nov. 26 



Monthly 
volume. 



454 

1870 

544 

2112 
3459 

2881 

1825 
3119 

21 

27(12 
4846 

2591 

653 

1728 

1731 
1735 

1746 

1757 
1725 



954 
957 



2945 
2084 



1033 

4332 
559 

2442 
2895 

1711 

3303 

264 

513 

2152 

2594 

2527 

1712 

1713 

198 

1799 
559 
560 

3994 

4036 
595 

2532 
819 

3300 



245 
3821 

8297 

3299 



Official 
Gazette. 



106 

415 

(129 

J 130 

494 



629 
407 



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1120 
I 599 
"1600 

132 
(382 
■<383 
(384 
J384 
1385 
(385 
1386 
(386 
^887 

3- 

3 
(381 



(207 

12 

(208 

1209 

(481 

14" 

1662 



,479 
480 

'481 
481 



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!238 

i 997 

i998 

, 133 

134 

548 



740 
63 
103 
486 
600 
565 
404 
404 
40 

414 

123 
123 
893 

924 

124 

588 

79 

776 



52 

784 
722 

722 



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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 

Alphabetical list i if jj/iti ut i-i s — Continued. 



109 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly Official 
rolume. i Gazette. 



Dill, Edwin S., Chicago. 111. Car-door hanger. . 

Dill. Enoch P. (See Dili. Charles H., assit 

Dille, John V., assignor of one-half to H. G. Helfinger, Kansas City, Mo. Combined dust- 
pan and broom-holder 

Dillenbeck, Jacob J., and E. Flueso. Pulaski, N. Y. Box-fastener 

Dillingham. Frank, et al. 'See Wolfe, Andrew C assignor.; 
Dillingham, George A., et al. (See Greene, Fred C., assignor.) 

Dillingham, Joseph C, Charleston, S. C. Smoke and spark conveyer 

Dillingham, Joseph C, Charleston, 8. C. Stool 



6G5.412 



681,303 

680.271 



5 
086,716 



Jan. 8 



Aug. 27 
Nov. 12 



May 28 
Nov. 19 



Dillon-Gregg. Joseph H., St. Louis. Mo. Machine for aerial navigation 006,266 Jan. 22 



Dillon, Henry E., Burroak. Kans. Butter-pail 

Dillon, Irwin P.. assignor of one-half to H. C. King. Lawrence, Mass. Paper-stuff pump. 

Dillon, John, 3Iilwaukee, Wis. Elevator-controller 

Dillon, John. Milwaukee. Wis. Rheostat-controller 

Dillon, William H., Virginia. 111. Potato cutter and planter 

Dillow, George W. i See Miller, John W., assignor.) 

Dilthey, Frederick C, Rockville Center, assignor or one-half to J. H. Deskau. New York. 
N. Y. Hot-airbath 

Dilts, Frank B. (See Rust, Mortimer R., assignor.) 

Dilts. Stokley D.. Decatur, 111. Shade and curtain bracket 

Dimmick, Albert M., assignor of one-half to T. Cassedy and J. W. Doran, WUkesbarre, 
Pa. Acetylene-gas generator . 

Dimmick Concentrating Company. I See Dimmick, Joseph O., assignor.) 

Dimmick, Jacob K., Philadelphia" Pa. Apparatus for forming pipe-molds.. 

Dimmick. Joseph O.. assignor to Dimmick Concentrating Company, Denver, Colo. Ore 
sizer and classifier 

Dimock, Gordon C, New man Grove. Nebr. Tube fortubular wells 

Dimond, George H., and W. F. Dial, assignors to Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Bridgeport, Conn. Trimming mechanism for sewing-machines 

Dingee, William W., Racine, Wis. Threshing-machine - 



670.224 
666,089 

675,002 

671,933 



687,181 

667,930 

689,858 

' 683,255 

678,551 
665,886 

674,605 

666,654 



Dingee, William W., assignor to J. I. Case Threshing Machine Company, Racine, Wis./ 

Wind-stacker _ j! 

Dinges, Frank R., Belleville. 111. Gripping device for curtain-poles 

Dinkins, James O.. Hegar, Tex. Cultivator .. 

Dinn, Patrick J., Boston, Mass. Font . 

Dinsmore, Clarence G., Staatsburg, N. Y. Tire removing and replacing device ... 

Dinsrnore, Emily, Steubenville, Ohio. Bag-holder _ 

Dion, Albert de, and G. Bouton, Puteaux, France. Speed-regulator for explosive-en 



Mar. 19 
Jan. 15 
May 28 
June 18 
Apr. 16 



Nov. 19 
Feb. 12 
Dec. 31 

Sept. 24 

July 16 
Jan. 15 

May 21 

Jan. 29 



1101 



3017 
1034 



3865 



2202 
2374 

2058 

2026 



608.141 Feb. 12 



gines 

Dion, Albert de, and G. Bouton, Puteaux, France. Carbureter for petroleum-motors . . . 

Dion, Jean B., et al. (See Cary, George W., assignor, i 

Dion, Leon, Boston. Mass. Electric-traction road ; _ 

Dion, Leon, Boston, Mass. Electric-traction road 

Dion, Leon, Boston. Mass., assignor to Electrical Safety Traction Company, of West Vir- 
ginia. Closed-conduit electric railway. __ 

Dion. Leon, Boston, Mass., assignor to Electrical Safety Traction Company, of West Vir- 
ginia. Electric-traction road- 

Dippo. George H. (See Bruce and Dippo. I 

Dirand, Louis J., Torrington, Conn. Device for exhibiting miniatures 

Dirkes, Henry A., New York, N. Y. Cover for ash-carts 

Dirksen, Frank T., Springfield, 111. Furniture-rack _ 

Disotell, William A., Belvidere, 111. Hot-air furnace 

Diss. Louis P., assignor to Wyckoff , Seamans & Benedict, Bion, N. Y. Type-writing ma- 
chine 

Diss, Louis P., assignor to Wyckoff. Seamans & Benedict, Ilion, N. Y. Type-writing ma-/ 
chine .- --- •- - .- -_-] 

Diss, Louis P., assignor to Wyckoff , Seamans & Benedict, Dion, N. Y. Type-writing ma- 



chine . 



Diss, Louis P., assignor to Wyckoff, Seamans & Benedict, Ilion, N. Y. Type-writing ma- 
chine - - - 

Distelhurst, George E.. Berwick, Pa. Display-rack for mattresses, &c 

Dithridge & Company. (See Zimmerman and Craig, assignors.) 

Dithridge, Edward. EUwood City, Pa. Manufacture of eDamel 

Dittmar, Charles, et al. (See Hayes, James N., assignor.) 

Ditto. General M., Joliet, 111. Grinding-mill 

Ditzler, Peter M. (See Simpson, Richard J., assignor. I 

Dixon. Ada S., Bradford, assignor to William Briggs & Company, Limited, Manchester, 

England. Holder for lacework. 

Dixon, Albert S., assignor to Asphalt Paper Pipe Company, Los Angeles, Cal. Conduit- 



pipe. 
Dixon, Burton. Montreal. Canada. Game - 

Dixon, Frederic E. -rSee Jones, Albert P., assignor, j 

Dixon, Frederick A., Ottawa, Canada. Rail-joint fastening 

Dixon, George W.. deceased. (See Kendrick and Dixon.; 

Dixon, Henry L. (See Mount. Lambton L., assignor, i 

Dixon, Henry L., Pittsburg, Pa. Glass melting and blowing furnace 

Dixon, James. (See Dixon. Joseph A. and J.) 

Dixon, Joseph A. and J., Bolton, EDgland. Switch-tongue-operating mechanism for/ 
tramways .. - < 

Dixon, Richard B., Toronto, Canada. Ball-caster _. 

Dixon, Robert M.. East Orange, N. J. Car-lighting _ 

Dixon, Robert M.. East Orange. N. J. Gasket - _ 

Dixon, Thomas, assignor of one-half to J. H. and J. W. Albig, McKeesport, Pa. Lubri- 
cator and heater _- 

Dixon, William H., Chicago, 111. Vessel sounding-rod 

Dixon, William W. (See Dahl and Dixon.) 

Dixon, William W., Boston, Mass., assignor to Reece Button Hole Machine Company, 
Boston, Mass., and Portland, Me. Tension - releasing mechanism for sewing-ma- 
chines 



Doan & Gates Company. (See Ellis, Charles S., assignor.) 

Doan. John M., assignor of one-half to E. W. Synwolt, Mishawaka, lnd. Tire. 

Doane, Elias H., Tonica. 111. Rake 

Doane, Elias H., Tonica. 111. Hinge 



674,627 
675,199 I 
683.915 
677,1&5 
673,117 

666,501 
669,408 

681,410 
682,381 

667,904' 

680,704 

689,7 19 

i 
688,8ft 
689,859 

666.411 
671,267 

67-."/; 
681,846 



684,979 

666,001 

689,86 

684,604 
669,576 

689,388 

675,200 

667,073 

682.047 
674,401 

687,614 

680,570 



May 21 
May 28 
Oct. 8 
June 25 
Apr. 30 

Jan. 22 
Mar. 5 

Aug. 27 
Sept. 10 

Feb. 12 

Aug. 20 

Dec. 24 

Feb. 12 

Dec. 17 

Dec. 31 

Jan. 22 

Apr. 2 

July 16 

Sept. 3 
Aug. 20 

Oct. 22 

Jan. 15 



Dec. 31 



Oct. 15 
Mar. 12 



360 
2352 



2212 

4087 
2212 



665,315 

■-.'.:■]- 
667,428 



Dec. 24 3147 

May 28 3343 

Jan. 29 

Sept. 3 ' 
May 21 
Nov. 26 



Aug. 13 
Dec. 10 



Jan. 1 

Sept. 17 
Feb. 5 
Oct. 1 • 



254 



669 
228 



94 



742 95 1761 

117 97 1386 



235 



1707 
1190 



1621 I 

■ a 

511 
517 
631 
157 
466 



2825 
1412 



4084 



2326 
2023 



2280 
3460 



1764 

2313 
3341 
910 
3473 
4249 

3192 
599 

3181 
1313 

1364 

1860 

3759 
1413 
2114 
1086 

2993 
723 



618 

312 
947 
665 

524 

470 



94 593 

94 2274 

94 517 

95 1702 
95 2308 

95 452 



527 

I -' 3 
^804 

' - 5 

. 397 f ' ' 
535 95 



L94 



761 
203 



974 



738 
140 



! - 
296 



; - 
408 



312 
494 
947 



J 162 
1 163 



2327 524 



72 
517 

665 

509 

948 

500 
222 

732 



761 95 



4302 

734 

1917 
3678 


991 

159 
443 
808 


96 
95 
97 


1557 
1714 


342 
405 


96 


900 


209 


94 


2306 
515 

467 


521 

103 
105 


96 

4 
97 



1584 
1293 
2755 

2501 

44!) 
1546 



1361 

1553 

203 

2609 

. 

694 
1916 

1739 

2141 

. 

1454 

2667 
1293 

2320 
2755 

653 
151 

510 

1937 
1553 

638 

4S5 



2755 



480 
2002 



2542 



1776 

830 

2009 
1473 
1779 

1371 

2216 



:■ 



2360 

1091 

97 



110 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Doane, Samuel E., Marlboro, Mass. Electrical coulomb-meter 

Dobbel, Frederick W., San Francisco, Cal. Hand-stamp _._ 

Dobbie, John O, Glasgow, Scotland. Steam-engine indicator 

Dobbin, Clarence E. (See Freeman and Dobbin.) 

Dobbyn, John P., Hayfork, Cal. Measuring-faucet 

Dobell, John L., Harlesden, England. Diaphragm for electric batteries 

Dobias, Charles, Westline, Minn. Stationary boiler 

Doble, William A., San Francisco, Cal. Impact water-wheel- 

Doble, William A., San Francisco, Cal. Water-wheel 

Dobler, Charles J., New York, N. Y. Barrel- washing machine 

Dobson, James B., Indianapolis, Ind. Adjustable material-delivering device. 

Dobson, Solomon B. (See Gilbreath, John W., assignor.) 

Dobson, Thomas J., Dan, Tex. Wire-reeling apparatus 

Dobson, William, Rockford, 111. Churn __ 



Dobyne, James B., assignor to Landis Machine Company, St. Louis, Mo. Device for strip- 
ping wax from thread _ + 

Docharty, William C, and R. Wagner, near Germiston, assignors to Chapin & Manion, 
Limited, Johannesburg, South African Republic. Rock-drill chuck ._ . 

Docharty, William C, and R. Wagner, near Germiston, assignors to Chapin & Manion, 
Limited, Johannesburg, South African Republic. Tool for extracting bushings of drill- 
chucks. 



Dock, Herman. Philadelphia, Pa. Center-grinder attachment for lathes . 

Dockery, MattieF., Whitewater, Wis. Number-chart 

Dodd, Albert J., Lincoln, Nebr. Fire-escape _ .__ 

Dodd, George R., Anderson, assignor of one-third to T. Glenn, Abbeville, S. C. 
placer. 



Car-re- 



Dodd, John, Oldham, England. Self-contained spindle for spinning and doubling ma- 
chinery _ 

Dodd, Thomas L. (See Black and Dodd.) 

Dodd, Walter S., Wrentham, assignor to Library Bureau, Boston, Mass. Device for 
handling several card-trays together 

Dodd, Willis G. (See Binckley, George S., assignor.) 

Dodd, Willis G. (See Leve, Marcus S., assignor.) 

Dodd, Willis G., San Francisco, Cal. Ore-concentrating table 

Dodd, Willis G., San Francisco, Cal. Attachment for concentrating-tables _ 

Dodds, Ethan I., Avalon, assignor to G. Westinghouse, Pittsburg, Pa. Time-switch for 
electric circuits-. 

Dodge, Avery B. (See Currier and Dodge.) 

Dodge, Charles H. (See McDowell, James L., assignor.) 

Dodge Coal Storage Company. (See Piez and Beaumont, assignors. ) 

Dodge, Harry O, Cleveland, Ohio. Signaling device for telephone-switchboards 

Dodge, Henry A., and W. Wilson, assignors to Campbell Bosworth Machinery Company, 
Boston, Mass. Throat-plate for sewing-machines 

Dodge, Henry P., Toledo, Ohio. Treating lime 

Dodge, James M., assignor to Link Belt Engineering Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Ele-i 
vatingand conveying apparatus _ 5 

Dodge, James M., assignor to Link Belt Engineering Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Dis- 
charging device for endless con veyers 

Dodge, James M., assignor to Link Belt Engineering Company, Philadelphia, Pa. End- 
less-belt conveyer 

Dodge, James M., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Stair Lift Company, Camden, N. J. 
Stair-lift 



Dodge, James M., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Stair Lift Company, Philadelphia, Pa., 
and Camden, N. J. Stair-lift 

Dodge, James M., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Stair Lift Company, Camden, N. J. 
Stair-lift belt - .. .-.. _ ._ 

Dodge, James M., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Stair Lift Company, Camden, N. J. 
Stair-lift .--. __ 

Dodge Needle Company. (See Currier and Dodge, assignors.) 

Dodge, Philip T., Washington, D. C. Type-matrix _._ 

Dodge, Philip T., Washington, D. O, assignor to Mergenthaler Linotype Company, of, 
New York. Linotype-machine -- -- \ 

Dodge, Philip T., Washington, D. O, assignor to Mergenthaler Linotype Company, ofi 
New York. Linotype-machine. ; 

Dodge, Philip T., New York, N. Y., assignor to Mergenthaler Linotype Company. Lino- 
type-machine - 

Dodge, Rosalie. (See Fox, John, assignor.) 

Dodge, William A., Fall River, Mass. Means for altering the trim of marine craft.. 

Dodge, William E., Roll, Ind. Rod-supporter for oil-wells _ _ 

Dodge, William F., Russell, Mich. Running-gear for vehicles __ 

Dodge, William W. , Brooklyn, N. Y. , assignor to Michigan Lubricator Company, Detroit, 
Mich. Lubricator 

Dodson, Harry E., and L. C. Evans, assignors to P. P. Mast & Company, Springfield, 
Ohio. Grain-drill __ 

Dodson, Roy, Dallas, Tex. Hame-fastener _ 

Dodson, Willard R., Jermyn, Pa. Lantern _ _ 



Doe, Charles R., Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Truck ___ 

Doe, Charles R.. Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Freight-car awning .__ 

Doebler, Charles F., Middletown, Conn. Bracket 

Doebler, Charles H., and W. S. Cooper, Springfield, 111. Pneumatic lift for work-benches. 
Doeppe, Charles L. A. (See Millhiser and Doeppe.) 

Doeppe, Charles L. A., Richmond. Va. Machine for framing floor-beams 

Doesburg, Cornelius, et al. (See Ferry, Henry M., assignor.) 
Doherty, Joseph E. (See Melavin, John H., assignor.) 

Dohm, Wilhelm, Bielefeld, Germany. Section-gage for joists, columns, &c 

Doig, Emma, executrix. (See Milli'ken, John A., assignor.) 

Dolan, Edward J., Philadelphia, Pa. Acetylene-gas burner. _ 

Dolan, James J., Sandwich, 111., assignor to Sandwich Manufacturing Co., of Illinois. 

Tank-heater. 

Dolan, John W., et al. (See Swaren, William A., assignor.) 

Dolan, Lawrence H., assignor of one-half to A. B. Taylor, Pendleton, Ind. Apparatus^ 

for forming plate or sheet glass 5 



680,233 
669.137 
6S9,640 

689,468 
681,532 
686.804 
672,315 
684,800 
678,613 
670,014 

G83,594 
684,566 



686,445 
668,830 



668,831 
680,845 
680,411 
672,206 

683,684 

683,641 



672,522 



006,U(I2 
676,427 

670,149 



675,377 

681,956 
671,621 

667,975 

671,268 
672,358 
672,359 
672,823 
685,115 
685,116 
674,080 
685,035 

685,036 

685,5S3 

688,398 
683,555 

677,068 

672,415 

677,564 
679,418 
672,404 

673,247 
6S5,2i.5 
668,328 
675,652 

689,169 

674,261 
678,553 
679,554 

667,007 



Aug. 13 
Mar. 5 
Dec. 24 

Dec. 24 
Aug. 27 
Nov. 19 
Apr. 16 
Oct. 22 
July 16 
Mar. 19 

Oct. 1 
Oct. 15 

Nov. 12 
Feb. 26 



Feb. 26 
Aug. 20 
Aug. 13 
Apr. 16 

Oct. 1 

Oct. 1 



Apr. 23 



Jan. 15 
June 18 



Mar. 19 



June 4 

Sept. 3 
Apr. 9 

Feb. 12 

Apr. 2 
Apr. 16 
Apr. 16 
Apr. 23 
Oct. 22 
Oct. 22 
May 14 
Oct. 22 

Oct. 22 

Oct. 29 

Dec. 10 

Oct. 1 

June 25 

Apr. 16 

July 2 
July 30 

Apr. 16 

Apr. '30 
Oct. 29 
Feb. 19 
June 4 

Dec. 17 

May 14 
July 16 
July 30 

Jan. 29 



949 

117 

3629 

3301 
3417 

2082 
2678 
2569 
2473 
1791 

304 

2112 

1359 
3095 



3097 
2135 
1276 
2468 



30T4 



2214 

2(160 



2039 



16 

585 
1385 

1483 

737 
2765 
2766 
3652 
3165 
3166 
1306 
3004 

3011 

4037 

1308 
233 

3274 

2876 

424 

4087 

2855 

4470 

3428 

2135 

543 

2766 

1628 
2330 
4364 

4156 



214 
25 

852 

776 



462 
619 
588 
554 
417 



i 477 
|478 



300 



690 
467 
281 
570 

105 

87 

714 



510 
457 



473 



4 
123 



1328 
1329 



164 
639 



725 
726 



686 
68? 



924 

301 
53 

|736 
(737 

367 

101 
913 
(662 
1663 
1033 
789 
472 
111 

642 



376 

525 

980 

962 
963 



94 
97 

97 
96 
97 
95 
97 
96 
94 

97 

-97 

97 



94 



97 
97 



94 
95 

94 

95 
j 

96 
95 

1-94 

95 
95 
95 
95 
97 
97 
95 
-97 



97 

97 
97 

J- 95 

95 

96 
96 



95 
97 
94 
95 

97 



95 



96 
-94 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



Ill 



Alphabetical lint of patentee* — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Dolan, Thomas O, et al. (See Swaren, "William A., assignor.) 

Dolan, William M., et al. (See Swaren, William A., assignor.) 

Dolbear, Clinton E., Hydepark, Mass., assignor to American Mining and Metal Extrac- 
tion Company, Portland, Me., and Boston, Mass. Separating valuable metals from 
metal-bearing material 

Dole, Samuel N. (See Robertson and Dole.) , 

Dolezal, Frank. (See Moe, Gernard, assignor.) 

Dolge, Carl B., Westport, Conn. Vein opener and clamp _ 

Dolge, Carl B., Westport, Conn. Fluid-heating apparatus 

Dolge, Carl B.. Westport, Conn. Eye-cap and lid-closer 

Doling, Raphael S., Swayzee. Ind. Filler for packing-cases. _ 

Doll, Theodore, Chicago, 111. Window-ventilator 

Dollinger, George W., assignor of one-half to M. P. Brumbaugh, Altoona, Pa. Nut-lock 

Dollison, Cordy C, assignor of one-half to C. Lee, Lancaster, Ohio. Wheel construction 

Dollner, Georg, Rixdorp, Germany. Acetylene-purifying composition 

Dolloff, George S., Needham, Mass. Collar-buttoning device 

Dolloff, George S., Needham, assignor of one-half to D. Y. Morrison, Revere, Mass. 

Leaf-cutter 

Dome, Charles H., Prescott, Ariz. Ter. Suspender-end attachment 

Dome, Cordelia S., Arendsville, Pa. Box-handle ._ __ 

Domestic Machinery Works. (See Richter, Wolfgang D., assignor.) 

Dominguez, Manuel F., Philadelphia, Pa. Cigar-box 

Donagyo, Josef. (See Meszaros, Molczer. and DonagyS.) 

Donahue, William M., Lindsey, Pa. Track-rail connection 

Donaldson. Alfred. (See Adams and Donaldson.) 
Donaldson, Edwin. (See Ross ana Donaldson.) 

Donaldson, James M., Marengo, Iowa. Sulky-cultivator _ 

Donaldson, John A., et al. (See Doyle, Joseph P., assignor.) 
Donaldson, William R. (See Worth and Donaldson.) 
Donaldson, William R., et al. (See Worth. William O., assignor.) 

Donaldson, William R., Chicago, 111. Vehicle-tire . _. 

Donaldson, William R., assignor of two-thirds to W. O. Worth, Chicago, 111., and H. W. 

Kellogg, Battlecreek, Mich. Tread-shoe for vehicle- wheels 

Donavin, George B., Columbus, Ohio. Combined range and mess-chest 

Donchian, Samuel B., Hartford, Conn. Glove or dress fastener _ 

Donegan, James, Lafayette, Ind. Linotype-machine _ __ 

Doney, Alfred. (See Lane and Doney. ) 

Douges, George, Brooklyn, assignor to New York Hydraulic and Steam Pump Company, 
New York, N. Y. Air-compressor 

Doniger, Henry, et al. (See Doniger, Jacob, assignor.) 

Doniger, Jacob, assignor of three-fourths to S. Simonson, I. Pachner, and H. Doniger, 
New York, N. Y. Cap or head-covering 

Donitz, Emil, assignor to Firm C. Zeiss, Jena, Germany. Optical instrument for meas- 
uring the distance between the eyes __ _ 

Donnan, Alvan, et al. (See Kuhn, Charles H., assignor.) 

Donnelly, George B., assignor of one-half to T. J. Peden, Chicago, 111. Clamp for rail- 
way-frogs -. 

Donnelly, James A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Steam heating apparatus _ . ___ 

Donnelly, John B., Wilmington, Del. Leather-working machine _ __ ___ 

Donnelly, John L., and J. S. Brady, Wilkesbarre, Pa. Scrubbing-brush holder 

Donnelly, John R. (See Brown and Donnelly.) 

Donnelly, Joseph C, Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for assembling match-splints _.. 

Donner, Carl, Frankf ort-on-the-Main, Germany. Machine for removing down or pullings 
from fur or pelts 

Donner, Philip C, New York, N. Y. Machine for cutting fur 

Donner, William H., Pittsburg, Pa. Metal-bending machine 

Donohue, Daniel, Buffalo, N. Y. Pressure-governor. • 

Donovan, Cornelius, New York, N. Y. Attachment for truss-pads. __ 

Donovan, Ernest E., assignor to E. B. Story, North Grafton, Mass. Temporary fastener 
for shoes.- --- 

Donovan, James, Three Rivers, Mich. Die. __. _ 

Donovan, John B., Knoxville, Tenn. Non-reflllable bottle.. __. 

Donovan, Timothy J., Milton, Mass. Glass-cutting apparatus .__ 

Donvig, Jorgen M., Christiania, Norway. Life-saving apparatus 

Doob, Anna H. (See Doob, Irving E., assignor.) 

Doob, Irving E., assignor to A. H. Doob, New York, N. Y. Bouquet-holder 

Doody, Bartholomew R., Canton, Mass. Acetylene-gas generator 

Dool, Edward. (See Bowers and Dool.) 

Dooley, Harry L., Rock Island, 111., assignor to H. D. Macdona, New York, N. Y. Drop-( 
ping mechanism for corn-planters __ _5 

Dooley, Thomas B., Maiden, assignor to E. D. Wiggin, trustee, Boston, Mass. Motor- vehicle. 

Dooley, Thomas B., Maiden, assignor to E. D. Wiggin, trustee, Boston, Mass. Equaliz- 
ing mechanism for vehicle- wheels 

Dooley, Thomas B., Maiden, assignor to E. D. Wiggin, trustee, Boston, Mass. Prelimi- 
nary vaporizer for hydrocarbon-burners 

Doolittle, George B. (See Feldmeier, Rudolph F., assignor.) 

Doolittle, Henry M.. and J. A. Graham, Meriden, Conn. Metal-working tool 

Doolittle, Irvin P.. Toronto, Canada. Cover-fastening for fruit-jars t 

Doolittle, Jacob M., Pittsburg, Pa. Non-refillable bottle _ 

Doolittle, John F., assignor to Cleveland Punch and Shear Works Company, Cleveland,) 
Ohio. Punching and shearing machine _ ) 

Doorenbos, Garrett G. (See Doorenbos, John and G. G.) 

Doorenbos, John, Kalamazoo, Mich. Gas or gasolene engine 

Doorenbos, John and G. G., Kalamazoo, Mich. Lamp _ 

Dopheide, Frank E. (See Davis, John W., assignor.) 

Dora, Leonard S.. Baltimore, Md. Rocker-cushion 

Doran, Christopher J., Jersey City, N. J. Electric switch _ 

Doran, John W , et al. (See Dimmick, Albert M., assignor.) 

Doran, William H., Hollondale, Wis. Apparatus for reeling wire 



No. 



685,508 

673,598 
675,089 
683,550 
678,047 
666,845 

681,475 

668,908 
670,354 
687,135 

685,676 
674,731 
690,247 

681,685 

6S2,918 

688,937 



664,931 

684,922 

677,186 
685,397 

666,412 



675,852 
688,987 



682.136 
670,893 

676,428 

668,S74 

669,383 

679,835 
688,296 
668,167 
086,396 
675,821 

677,539 
677,121 
673,337 
683,023 

671,185 



677,187 
673,863 

682,178 
669.822 

677,401 

677,402 

666,801 
689,543 
684,498 

677,644 

672,615 
686,035 

669,685 
668,909 

676,602 



Date. 



Oct. 29 

May 7 
May 28 
Oct. 1 
July 16 
Jan. 29 

Aug. 27 

Feb. 26 
Mar. 19 
Nov. 19 

Oct. 29 
May 21 
Dec. 31 

Sept. 3 

Sept. 17 

Dec. 17 



Jan. 1 

Oct. 22 

June 25 
Oct. 29 

Jan. 22 

Dec. 10 

June 4 
Dec. 17 



Sept. 3 
Mar. 26 

June 18 

Feb. 26 

Mar. 5 

Aug. 6 
Dec. 10 
Feb. 19 
Nov. 12 
June 4 

July 2 
June 25 
Apr. 30 
Sept- 24 

Apr. 2 



June 25 

May 14 

Sept. 10 

Mar. 12 

July 2 

July 2 

Jan. 29 
Dec. 24 
Oct. 15 

July 2 

Apr. 23 

Nov. 5 

Mar. 12 
Feb. 26 

June IS 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 



3912 



456 

3147 

235 

2546 
3854 

3317 

3281 

2434 
2716 

4208 
2502 
4847 

22 

2307 



207 



3474 

3079 



914 
2437 

872 
3383 

2062 

3197 

565 

226 
1131 

1827 
1251 



367 
3371 
4638 
2501 

542 



3476 
915 

951 
1402 

114 

114 

3748 
3453 
2006 

564 

3252 
595 

1127 



■J:W1 



896 



106 
716 
53 

570 
887 
1737 
1738 
732 
570 
590 



578 

1120 



521 



540 



43, 44 
636 
637 
783 
844 
694 
695 
r,'.m 



405 

200 
563 

195 

803 
(457 
1458 

714 

1130 
|131 

47 
260 
408 
277 
184 



758 
1073 
568 
123 
1:31 
125 

784 
215 

214 
215 



809 
453 
134 
135 

753 
124 

267 
732 

534 



97 



94 



95 



1144 
1738 
51 
553 
844 

1765 

1709 
2322 
1563 

926 

1592 
2906 

1869 

2360 



2365 

44 

617 

2609 
823 

654 

2216 

2038 



2037 
2531 



1095 



1910 



2098 
1397 
1237 
2027 

79 
2589 
1019 
2420 

114 



1255 



2074 
2093 



26 

824 
2606 
439 

119 



711 

1080 



2040 
1710 



2375 



112 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED PROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 




Dor6, Edwin S., and G. Evanovitch; said Evanovitch assignor to L. A. Evanovitch, Lon- 
don, England. Motor- vehicle _ _ 

Doremus, Willard D., assignor to Rex Cigar Vending Company, Washington, D. C. 
Vending-machine _ 

Doremus, Willard D., assignor to Rex Cigar Vending Company, Washington. D.C. Coin- 
controlled mechanism _ ___,_ 

Doremus, Willard D., assignor to Rex Cigar Vending Company, Washington, D. C. Ci- 
gar-vending machine _ _ 

Dorenwend, Hildebert, Toronto, Canada. Hair structure 



Dorion, John H., Springfield, Mass. Support and take-up device for cable-suspended 
electric lamps __ - 

Dorn, Benjamin O., South Bend, Ind. Barrel. .._ _ 

Dorn, Charles I., Bardsdale, Cal. Sand-line and pump or bailer connection 

Dorn, Christian, and W. 6. T. Marcellus; said Dorn assignor to A. G. Fromuth, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Pumping apparatus 

Dornan, Thomas B., Philadelphia, Pa. Woven fabric 

Dornfeld, John F., Milwaukee, Wis. Malt-house _.. 

Dornfeld, John F., Milwaukee, Wis. Furnace for malt-kilns 

Dornin, George A., Bethlehem, Pa. Apparatus for punching metallic bodies -.. 

Dorr, Carl T , Ohligs, Germany. Means for operating bulkhead-doors 

Dorrestein, C. A., administrator. (See Allison, Samuel B., assignor.) 
Dorricott, John. (See Cooper and Dorricott. ) 
Dorsch, Heinrich. (See Heinrich and Dorsch. ) 

Dorsey, Farnum F., Winchester, Mass. Motor- vehicle 

Dorsheimer, Henry P., Parkesburg, Pa. Hitching device for horses, &c 

Dorticus, Clatonia J., Newton, N. J., assignor to Dorticus Manufacturing Company, of 

Colorado. Stamp-canceler and postmarker . 

Dorticus, Clatonia J., Newton, N. J., assignor to Dorticus Manufacturing Company, of 

Colorado. Hand-stamp for post-office use ._ . 

Dorticus, Clatonia J., Newton, N. J., assignor to Dorticus Manufacturing Company, of 

Colorado. Cue tipper and straightener _ 

Dorticus Manufacturing Company. (See Dorticus, Clatonia J., assignor.) 

Dorward, William B., Lawrence, Kans. Cistern-curb . 



Doss, John B., Wingate, Ind. Extension-bedstead 

Doty, Alphonso H., Owatonna, Minn. Jar _. _ 

Doty, Jerald G., Basco, 111. Measuring instrument ._. 

Douane, Maurice E., Paris, France. Refrigerating apparatus 

Douds, Byron J., Canton, Ohio. Syringe _ _- 

Dougherty, John C, Long Valley, Pa. Automatic journal-protecting device 

Dougherty -O'Herron Company. (See O'Herron, Thomas F., assignor.) 

Dougherty, William M. (See Snail and Dougherty.) 

Dougiue, James T., New York, N. Y., and G. H. Reynolds, Mansfield Depot, Conn., as- 
signors ol one-half to J. E. Fullerand Gardenhire & Vandivert, New York, N. Y. Steam- 
generating apparatus _ 

Douglas, Anderson J. (See Ong and Douglas.) 

Douglas, Francis W. C, London, England. Pioneer's tool, intrenching-tool, or the like 

Douglas, George W., assignor to Market Street Railway Company, San Francisco, Cal. 
Railway-car .- 

Douglas, George W., assignor to Market Street Railway Company, San Francisco, Cal., 
Track- brake for railway-cars _ _ . [ 

Douglas, H. Howard. (See Williams, James P., assignor.) 

Douglas, Harold A., Grand Rapids, Mich., and P. C. Burns, Chicago, 111. Telephone-! 
switchboard _ ...; 

Douglas, James N., North Freedom, Wis. Measuring-faucet 

Douglas, John, Norwood, Ohio. Flushing mechanism for closets, &c 



Douglas, Thomas, London, England. Apparatus for cooling air _ 

Douglas, William A., Monroe, Wash. Boat _ 

Douglas, William E. (See Sherwood, William E., assignor.) 

Douglass, Benjamin B., Mountaingrove, Mo. Holder _ 

Douglass, Edwin D., Ogontz, Pa. Fuel and treating same 

Douglass, Elmer E. , assignor to M. Walsh, Pittsburg, Pa. Barrel-heater 

Douglass, Johnson R., Philadelphia, Pa. Scenic railway __. 

Douglass, Leon F., et at. (See Anderson, Erickson, and Wlckstrom, assignors.) 
Douglass, Rowland, Traverse City, assignor of one-half to F. T. Maynard, Detroit, Mich. 

Shoe-stretcher '. 

Douglass, Samuel. (See Wood and Douglass.) 

Douthat, Christian S., Rifflemead, Va. Grubber J 



Douthett, Richard J., Sharpsburg, Pa. Animal-trap 

Dove, Lionel, London, England. Permutation-padlock 

Dover, Charlotte C Kalamazoo, Mich. Driving-rein retainer 

Dover, George W., Cranston, R. I. Hat-pin .__ 

Dow, Allan W., Washington, D. C. Manufacture of asphaltic cement 

Dow, Fred F., et at. (See Walsh, William A., assignor.) 

Dow, Fred F., Fredericton, Canada. Car-fender 

Dow, Fred F., Fredericton, Canada. Burner 

Dow, George B. N., assignor of one-half to G. W. Prescott, Manchester, N. H. 
for shades, sashes, &c 



Fastener 



Dow, James M., Ogdensburg, N. Y. Photographic-negative vignetter . 

Dow, Josiah, Philadelphia, Pa. Rotary engine - 

Dow, Josiah, Philadelphia, Pa. Rotating-piston pump or compressor . 
Dow, Willard E., Braintree, Mass. Speculum. 



Dowagiac Manufacturing Company. (See Hoyt, Will F., assignor.) 
Dowe, Franz J., assignor to F. Kloppenburg, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for exhibit- 
ing tableaux - _ 

Dowell, George W., Athens, Tex. Stew-pan __ __ 

Dowman, George, Atlanta, Ga. Cowl _ 

Downen, Joel L. J., Green City, Mo. Farm-gate 

Downen, William M., St. John, Cal. Plow attachment 



683,200 

682,792 

684,765 

686,210 
670,857 

679,607 
684,605 
679,889 

675,326 

684,980 

675,470 
675,471 
672,316 
687,933 



688,838 
684,801 

672,225 

672,226 

674,732 

676,355 

686,036 
688,988 
673,944 
673,075 
664,840 
677,960 



673,707 

671,107 

677,961 
677,962 

674,402 

687,395 
686,890 

685,584 

675,201 

682,60'- 
673,654 
689,294 

687,370 



668,505 

682,048 

689,641 

679,419 
687,207 
666,132 
688,073 

677,069 
689,814 

672,416 
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Nov. 26 
Jan. 15 
Dec. 3 

June 25 
Dee. 24 

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May 7 
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



113 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Downes, Louis W., Providence, R. I. Electric fuse or cut-out 

Uownes, Louis W., Providence. R. I. Electric fuse 

Downey, Brian J., Washington, D. C. Soft-tread horseshoe 

Downey, Michael J. (See Teel, John, assignor.) 

Downey, Richard F., assignor of one-half to A. W. Clark, Menominee, Mich. Flag-holder. 

Downie, William, Detroit. Mich. Cabinet 

Downing, Burton J. , Antelope Springs, Colo. Washer-enlarging device for leather- work- 
; tools 



ing1 



Downing, Howard W., Oakland, Cal. Sash-pull and picture-hanger . 
Downing, J. W. (See Parsley, George T., assignor.) 

Downing, James, and H. G. Willetts, Pittsburg, Pa. Furnace 

Downing, John W., Columbus, Ohio. Metallic packing 



Downing, Wellington, and F. H. Wendt, Erie, Pa. Folding-machine 

Downs, Richard C. (See Palmer and Downs.) 

Dowson, Aubrey O., Birmingham, England. Punka or fan for ventilating purposes. _ 
Doyen, Eugene L., Paris, France. Apparatus for perforating photographic bands off 
film.. _.. S 



No. 



Doyen, Eugene L., Paris, France. Photographic apparatus -.. 

Doyle, Francis J., Denver, Colo. Heating device _ 

Doyle, Francis J., Chicago, 111., assignor to Doyle Furnace Company, Denver, Colo. 
Heating device. (Reissue) 

Doyle Furnace Company. (See Doyle, Francis J., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Doyle, Henry. (See Jones, William T., assignor.) 

Doyle, John, and H. A. Squibb, Hoboken, N. J. Packing-extractor _ _ 

Doyle, John D. (See Davis and Doyle. ) 

Doyle, Joseph P., assignor of two-thirds to M. Murphy and J. A. Donaldson, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Load-trimmer . .-. 

Doyle, Micheal D., assignor of one-half to L. H. Pursell, Springfield, Ohio. Scraper for 
road-rollers ._ - :... 

Doyle, Percy, et al. (See Jackson, Hampton E., assignor.) 

Dozier, James C, and J. L. Walker, Columbus, Ky. Lumber-kiln 

Drach, Henry, assignor of one-half to J. W. Bailey, Anderson, Ind. Automatic regulat- 
ing-valve _ 

Drage, John J., East Adelaide, and E. T. Bridgland, North Adelaide, South Australia. 
Refrigerator - -- _.. 

Dragoo, John W., and F. Swallow, Miami, Ind. Ter. Churn 

Dragoo, Mike. (See Bollinger and Dragoo.) 

Draher, John. (See Field, Marggraff, Draher, and Dalton.) 

Drake, Afton H., Union, Oreg. Lid for cooking utensils -.. ._ 

Drake, Bernard M., assignor of one-half to Nernst Electric Light, Limited, London, Eng- 
land. Incandescent electric lamp .__ 

Drake, Chester T., Chicago, 111. Apparatus for mixing and placing material for con- 
crete pavement . _ 

Drake, Chester T., Chicago, 111. Machine for mixing concrete 

Drake, Chester T., Chicago, 111. Apparatus for handling, mixing, and placing material 
for concrete pavement __. 

Drake, Chester T., Chif^igo, 111. Concrete-mixing machine 

Drake, Francis J. , San Francisco, Cal. Gold-saving apparatus 

Drake, Ira C, Orting, Wash. Hasp-lock ___ 



Drake, Thomas C, Malta, Ohio. Party -line selector system ;.. 

Drake, William, London, England. Apparatus for the manufacture of glass bottles, &c 

Draper, Benjamin. Liverpool, England. Milk-can _ _ 

Draper, Clare H., Hopedale, Mass., assignor to Draper Company, Portland, Me. Warp 
• stop-motion for looms _ _ 

Draper, Clare H., assignor to Draper Company, Hopedale, Mass. Thread-parting mech- 
anism for looms 

(See Allen, William E., assignor.) 

(See Arnold, Charles H., assignor.) 

(See Bartlett, Eugene E., assignor.) 

(See Bentley, Thomas, assignor.) 

(See Chapman, Robert J., assignor.) 

(See Clark, David, assignor.) 

(See Cote, Henry, assignor.) 

(See Cunniff , John V. and E., assignors.) 

(See Draper, Clare H., assignor.) 

(See Draper, George O., assignor.) 

(See Draper, William F., assignor.) 

(See Draper and Roper, assignors.) 

(See Eaton, Willie G., assignor.) 

(See Hawley, Charles T., assignor.) 

(See Haynes, William, assignor.) 

(See Hyde, Kirkley, assignor.) 

(See Janelle, Oscar, assignor.) 

(See Jones, Henry, assignor.) 

(See Keene, William L., assignor.) 

(See Lane and Aumann, assignors.) 

(See Marcy, Frank M., assignor.) 

(See Northrop, James H., assignor.) 

(See Northrop, Jonas, assignor.) 

(See Owen, Henry A., assignor.) 

(See Pearson and Draper, assignors.) 

(See Phelps, Leonard M., assignor.) 

(See Railton, James, assignor.) 

(See Rhoades, Alonzo E., assignor.) 

(See Roper, Charles F., assignor.) 

(See Stafford, Alfred E., assignor.) 

(See Stimpson, Edward S., assignor.) 

(See Stimpson, Wallace I., assignor.) 

(See Willey andMcDaniel, assignors.) 

(See Pearson and Draper.) 
, Hopedale, Mass., assignor to Draper Company, Hopedale, Mass., and 

Portland. Me. Spinning apparatus 

Draper, George O., Hopedale, Mass., assignor to Draper Company, Hopedale, Mass., and 
Portland, Me. Yarn-spinning apparatus 



Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper Company. 
Draper, George O. 
Draper, George O.. 



(WII.'.Hi,S 

682,919 
084,410 

665,072 
070,558 

685,203 
675,440 

682,843 
075,151 

676,533 

686,211 

667,118 

667,618 
664,932 

11,908 



665,073 

688,771 

687,208 

674,498 

667,429 

683,733 
089,170 

676,603 

677,440 

072,934 
075,035 

075,030 
675,037 
005,773 
082,179 

030,925 

687,130 
084,923 

071,066 
683,423 



Date. 



Aug. 20 
Sept. 17 
Oct. 15 

Jan. 8 
Mar. 26 

Oct. 22 
June 4 

Sept. 17 

May 28 

June 18 

Nov. 5 

Jan. 29 

Feb. 5 
Jan. 1 

May 21 



Jan. 1 

Dec. 10 

Nov. 26 

May 21 

Feb. 5 

Oct. 1 
Dec. 17 

June 18 

July 2 

Apr. 30 
May 28 

May 28 
May 28 
Jan. 8 
Sept. 10 

Nov. 19 

Nov. 19 
Oct. 22 

Apr. 9 
Sept. 24 



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volume. 



Official 
(jazetle. 



676,087 
676,839 



June 11 
June 18 



2300 
2309 

1872 

1610 
2791 

a3i5 

143 

2177 
3208 

2203 

934 

4380 

835 
209 

2703 



1997 
2883 



510 



561 

2772 



2392 

196 

3863 
3030 

3031 

3033 

1801 

955 

2336 

2717 
2800 

1478 
3205 



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522 
416 

369 
654 

763 
31 

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743 

(503 

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(1007 

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44 

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2821 



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030 

484 

103 

124 
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48 



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694 
414 
215 
(515 
| 516 
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637 



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735 



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94 
94 

97 
95 

96 

95 

{•95 

97 

j-94 

94 
94 

95 



95 

96 

95 
95 

95 
95 
94 
96 



1555 

2360 

412 

341 
2413 

723 



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1761 

2348 

1151 

948 

1156 
44 

1030 



93 

2276 
1612 

1507 

1002 

110 
2450 



43 

861' 
1713 

1713 

1713 

379 

2074 

1483 

1563 
617 

323 

2564 



2152 
2403 



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114 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 




Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Draper, George O., assignor to Draper Company, Hopedale, Mass. Filling-carrier for 
loom-shuttles _ 

Draper, Jason F., Ashland, N. H. Base-ball mitt - 

Draper, William F., Hopedale, Mass., assignor to Draper Company, Hopedale, Mass., 

and Portland, Me. Warp stop-motion for looms _ 

Draper, William F., Hopedale, Mass., assignor to Draper Company, Hopedale, Mass., 

and Portland, Me. Loom , _ _ 

Draper, William F., Hopedale, Mass., assignor to Draper Company, Hopedale, Mass., and 

Portland, Me. Warp-stop-motion apparatus for looms 

Draper, William F., Hopedale, Mass., assignor to Draper Company, Portland, Me., and 

Hopedale, Mass. Spinning-spindle 

Draper, William F. , assignor to Draper Company, Hopedale*, Mass. Shuttle-box for looms . 
Draper, William F., and C. F. Roper, Hopedale, Mass., assignors to Draper Company, 

Hopedale, Mass., and Portland, Me. Loom 

Drawbaugh, Daniel, Eberlys Mill, Pa. Folding box 

Dredge, Joseph F., Racine, Wis. Beer-faucet 

Dreeben, Israel L. (See Haltom, Samuel, assignor. ) 
Dreer, Henry A. (See Thilow, Julius O., assignor.) 

Drees, Micheal A., assignor of one-half to W. Ellis, Peshtigo, Wis. Chain-stopper 

Dreier, Chris F., Portsmouth, Iowa. Rail-joint 

Dreijer, Andrew H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric-lamp controller and rheostat 

Dreisbach, Charles A., assignor of one-half to F. B. Farnsworth, New Haven, Conn. 

Ironing-board 

Dreisvogt, Herman C, Chicago, 111. Cornice-brake machine 

Dreman, Edward F., Cleveland, Ohio. Fabric-twisting machine 

Drennan, Charles M., Boston, Mass., assignor to American Metal Casket Company, Bos-? 

ton, Mass., andKittery, Me. Machine for stamping metal coffins 5 

Drennan, Charles M., Boston, Mass., assignor to American Metallic Casket Company, 

Kittery, Me., and Boston, Mass. Casket 

Drescher, August, and H. Adams, Newark, N. J. Polishing compound 

Drescher, Bruno. (See Vorlander and Drescher.) 

Dresdner, Isidor, Brooklyn, assignor to Nearseal Unhairing Company, New York, N. Y. 

Fur-plucking or unhairing machine 

Dressier, Henry W., Cincinnati, Ohio. Jacketed vessel ., 

Drever, William, Kaurihohere, New Zealand. Washing-machine '. 

Drew, Charles E., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor of one-half to Friedberger Manufacturing 

Company, of Pennsylvania. Machine for dyeing, &c .. 

Drew, George E., et al. (See Byrens, John M., assignor.) 

Drew, George F., Brunswick, and C. Dickinson, Lisbon Falls, Me. Means for cooling 

calender-rolls. ._ _ 

Drew, Warren F., Sacramento, Cal. Pipe-coupling - 

Drewett, Thomas J. O, London, England. Flong for stereomolds. 

Dreyer, Bernhard, assignor of one-half to E. Kabisch, Sindelfingen, Germany. Machine 

for turning shafting 

Dreyfus, Louis. (See Hauser, Josef, assignor.) 

Driefer, Conrad L., San Francisco, Cal. Saw-set 

Driggs, Louis L., New York, N. Y., assignor of one-half to W. H. Driggs, Washington,) 

D. C. Parapet-mount for guns J 

Driggs, Louis L., New York, N. Y., assignor of one-half to W. H. Driggs, Washington,) 

D. C. Mount for field artillery ) 

Driggs, Louis L. New York, N. Y., assignor of one-half to W- H. Driggs, Washington, 

D. C. Firing nuohanism for breech-loading ordnance 

Driggs, Louis L., New York, N. Y., assignor of one-half to W. H. Driggs, Washington, 

D. C. Subcaliber mechanism for breech-loading rifles -_ 

Driggs, Louis L., New York, N. Y., assignor of one-half to W. H. Driggs, Washington, 

D. C. Safety-lock for breech mechanism for guns 

Driggs-Seabury Gun and Ammunition Company. (See Erdman, Albert W., assignor.) 
Driggs, William H. (See Driggs, Louis L., assignor.) 

Driggs, William H., U. S. Navy. Recoil-mount for artillery 

Drinkaus, Phillipp, Detroit, Mich. Miter-cutting machine _ 

Driscoll, William, Brockville, Canada. Railway foot-guard. 

Driskill, James B., Henderson, Ky. Post-hole auger 

Driver, Charles H., assignor of oue-half to J. M. Briggs, Valdosta, Ga. Barrel-closure . . 
Driver, William H. (See Mullenix and Driver. ) 

Drobesh, Mathew, Hackett, Pa. Cable grip or clutch 

Drohan, Thomas E., Chicago, 111. Electric-arc lamp 

Droitcourt, Adam, Castroville, Tex. Combined cotton-seed and corn planter 

Drory, Edward, Berlin, Germany. Means for charging gas-retorts - 

Droschiitz, Oskar, Bautzen, Germany. Kneader for dough-kneading machines 

Drosness, Vitold, New York, N. Y. Wristband 

Drouillard, Albert, assignor of one-half to E. I. Scully, Windsor, Canada. Ventilating 
device for water-closets. - - 

Drouillard, Albert, assignor of one-half to A. Anderson, Windsor, Canada. Marsh-shoe . . 

Drozeski, Julius R., assignor of 'one-half to R. Himrod, Erie, Pa.' Pipe-hanger 

Druce, Samuel K., et al. (See Ricke, George H., assignor.) 

Drucker, Gustav. (See Hlawitschka and Drucker.) 

Drucklieb, Charles A. (See Sticker, Francis, assignor.) 

Druen, Bernerd D., New Haven, Conn. Box-hook - 

Druitt, James W., Oakpark, 111. Pulverizing-mill 

Drummond, Alexander O, andT. W. Layman, Walden, N. Y. Gun-cleaner 

Drury, Edwin W. (See Kochendarfer and Hunter, assignors.) 

Dry Air Refrigerator Company. (See Howell, Edward w., assignor.) 

Dry, George L., Bowers Station, and E. M. Kutz, Reading, Pa. Cattle-unhitching and) 

door-opening device 5 

Drybread, Seneca S. (See Burgess, James C, assignor.) 

Dryden, Charles P., assignor of one-half to G.B.Dryden, Chicago, 111. Soft-tread horseshoe. 

Dryden, George B. (See Dryden, Charles P., assignor.) 

Dryden, George B. (See Firestone, Harvey S., assignor.) 

Dryfoos, Alphons, New York, N. Y. Composite receptacle 

Du Bois, Archibald A., Philadelphia, Pa. Advertising device - 

Du Bois, Benj amin F. , New York, N. Y. Traveling-bag fastener 

Du Bois, Charles F., Denver, Colo. Pelton wheel 



682,534 
672,891 

671,540 

671,667 

673,338 

686,446 
687,520 

678,294 
676,393 
667,301 



677,188 
684,638 

669,823 

687,371 
674,908 
682,245 

674,647 



684,769 
667,008 



683,449 

678,460 
672,318 

676,222 



680,135 
672,598 
678,381 

672,872 

678,648 
679,112 

679,113 

679,114 
679,115 
679,116 

682,535 
687,209 
680,571 
677,403 
670,341 

667,688 
671,512 
674,909 

682,793 

683,390 
680,477 

669,062 
683.59.-) 
670,870 



687,137 
683,256 
684,981 

674,081 
681,411 



666,090 
666,188 
683,557 

682,979 



Sept. 10 
Apr. 30 

Apr. 9 

Apr. 9 

Apr. 30 

Nov. 12 
Nov. 26 

July 9 
June 11 
Feb. 5 



June 25 
Oct. 15 
Mar. 12 

Nov. 26 
May 28 
Sept. 10 

May 21 

Oct. 15 
Jan. 29 



Oct. 1, 
July 16 
Apr. 16 

June 11 



Aug. 6 
Apr. 23 
July 16 

Apr. 23 

July 16 
July 23 

July 23 

July 23 
July 23 
July 23 



Sept. 10 
Nov. 26 
Aug. 13 
July 2 
Mar. 19 

Feb. 12 
Apr. 9 

May 28 

Sept. 17 

Sept. 24 
Aug. 13 

Feb. 26 
Oct. 1 
Mar. 26 



Nov. 19 
Sept. 24 
Oct. 22 

May 14 
Aug. 27 



Jan. 15 
Jan. 15 
Oct. 1 

Sept. 17 



1578 
3796 

1237 

1481 

4640 

1361 
3479 

1821 
1993 
246 



3477 
2263 
1405 

3186 
2812 
1084 

2359 



2502 
4162 



44 
2153 
2684 

1648 



755 

3220 
2000 

3756 

2547 
3465 

3468 

3472 
3476 
3479 



1579 

2884 

1558 

116 

2407 

959 

1183 
2814 

2074 

3132 



3580 

304 

3350 



2721 
2901 



1307 
3183 



2375 

2533 

235 

2418 



358 
871 

285 

340 

1073 

300 
766 

420 

443 

52 



784 
512 
332 

699 
643 

245 
1544 
[545 

570 



12,13 
486 
621 

367 



168 
747 



864 

570 

(773 
"I 774 
1774 
1775 

776 

777 

777 



358 
359 
630 
343 
25, 26 
564 

209 
272 
643 
(469 
1470 
717 
303 



597 
i 665 
I 606 

666 



548 

588 

53 

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Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Du Bois, Harvey H., Davenport, Iowa, assignor to Library Bureau, Boston, Mass. Card- 
holder for type-writing machines 

Du Bois, Howard M., Ashburn, Pa. Traction-tire for wheels 

Du Boise, Alfonse R., Flint, Mich. Hat-case 

Du Brul, Albert, New York, N. Y., assignor to Miller, Du Brul and Peters Manufactur- 
ing Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Cigar-wrapper cutter__ ; 

Du Brul, Albert, New York, N. Y., assignor to Miller, Du Brul and Peters Manufactur- 
ing Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Cigar- wrapper cutter 

Du Brul, Napoleon, Cincinnati, Ohio. Tobacco-leaf-booking block 

Du Brul, Napoleon, Cincinnati, Ohio. Cigarette-machine 

Du Brul, Napoleon, Cincinnati, Ohio. Cigarette-machine 

Du Brul, Napoleon, Cincinnati, Ohio. Cigar-bunching machine 

Du Brul, Napoleon, Cincinnati, Ohio. Cigar-wrapper cutter 

Du Brul, Napoleon, Cincinnati, Ohio. Suction-plateforcigar-wrapper-cuttingmachines 

Du Buit, Paul, Paris, France. Accelerating-explosive 

Du Buit, Paul, Paris, France. Powder-charge 

Du Mont, Charles S., Buffalo, N. Y. Bit-brace 

Du Nah, George W., Bloomington, 111. Composition for preserving eggs 

Du Perow, Silas, Cleveland, assignor of one-half to Norton Tool Company, Westpark, 
Ohio. Hanger for wires or cables 

Duane, William, Boulder, Colo. Synchronizing system "_ 

Dubin, Minnie M., Philadelphia, Pa. Lead compound and making same 

Dubinski, Benjamin, San Antonio, Tex. Elevator-controller 

Dubinski, Benjamin, San Antonio, Tex. Electric program-clock 

Dubois, Alexander N., Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for oxidizing 

Dubois, Philias, et al. (See Lobach, Eugene B., assignor.) 

Dubord, Jacob. (See Rhode and Dubord.) 

Dubose, Charles F. (See Sliger, Charles F., assignor.) 

Dubray, Jerry E., Madera, Cal. Lumber-coupling ___ 

Dubuque Enameling Company. (See Erwin, Melville E., assignor.) 

Ducassou, Jean P., Paris, France. Screw-propeller. _ 

Duchamp, Jean M., Lyons, and R. Philippe, St. Rambert-L'Ile-Barbe, France. Liquid- 
meter -- - ; 

Duchardt, George W., Beardstown, 111. Water-purifier 

Duck, Joseph G. (See Labadie, William D., assignor.) 

Duck, Joseph G., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor of one-half to W. D. Labadie, South Bend, 
Ind. Automatic valve 

Duckgeischel, Henry J. (See Gaede and Duckgeischel.) 

Ducretet, Eugene, Paris, France. Receiver for Hertzian electric waves 

Ducretet, Eugene, Paris, France. Construction of Morse's registering telegraphic in- 
struments - - 

Dudley, Albert, Menominee, Mich. Wrench _ 

Dudley, Charles B., and A. S. Vogt, Altoona, Pa. Ventilating device for lamps. 

Dudley, Joseph E., Washington, D. C. Combined calipers and dividers ._ 

Dudley, Pemberton, Philadelphia, Pa. Bicycle-brush 

Dudley, Sumner A., Taunton, Mass. Loom-shuttle_ _ 

Dudley, Warren L., Watertown, Minn. Shingling-bracket 

Duell, Frank S., Abington, Mass. Music-leaf turner. 

Duenkel, Charles L. (See Mockridge, Joseph B., assignor.) 

Duensing, A'Quilla, Altoona, Iowa. Incubator _. 

Duer, Walter H., Fond du Lac, Wis. Air and vacuum valve for radiators 

Dufaux, Henri, Geneva, Switzerland. Motocycle .-_ 

Duff, Dennis A. and J. W., Manorville, Pa. Automatic switch 

Duff, Edward J., Liverpool, England. Gas-producer _._ 

Duff, Edward J., assignor to United Alkali Company, Limited, Liverpool, England. Ap- 
paratus for the treatment of producer-gases 

Duff, John W. (See Duff, Dennis A. and J. W.) 

Duff, Leon, Nashville, Tenn. Harness-saddle _.. 

Duff Patents Co. (See Bradley, William H., assignor.) 

Duff, Samuel E., Bellevue, Pa. Railway construction _ 

Duff, William. (See Pratt, Frank, assignor.) 

Duffield, Bethune, et al. (See La Flamboy, Harry C, assignor.) , 

Duffner, Matthew, Allegheny, Pa. Toy , 

Duffner, Samson, Berlin, Germany. Producing sugar 

Duff us, William, Chicago, 111. Self-closing faucet _ 

Duffy, Frank O., New Bedford, Mass. Loom temple-roll 

Duffy, John A., Pomona, Cal. Sink 

Duffy, John F., and H. B. Hershey, Scranton, Pa. Insulator 

Dufour, Corinne, Savannah, Ga. Combined undervest and corset-cover 

Dugan, Claude M., Philadelphia, Pa. Devotional stool _ 

Dugan, Daniel A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Circular handsaw 

Dugan, Sarah H., Denver, Colo. Door-sill pan 

Duhamel, Charles, Paris, France. Counter-controlled vending-machine 

Duhamel, Charles, Paris, France. Ball mixing and discharging apparatus 

Duhamel, Hilary, New York, N. Y. Adjustable seat for wagons 

Dukes, Harry S., Little Rock, Ark. Ribbon-movement for type-writing machines 

Dukes, Harry S., Little Rock, Ark. Type-writing machine 

Duklauer, Morris. (See Eschwei, Charles, assignor.) 

Dulait, Julien. (See Rosenfeld, Zelenay, and Dulait.) 

Dulin, D. C. (See Mathers, Alexander S., assignor.) 

Dull, George. (See Liddell, John D., assignor.) 

Dumble, Theodore J. (See Knorr, Harry B., assignor.) 

Dumbolton, Perry S., Traverse City, Mich. Lineman's climber 



675,208 
674,250 
683,258 

676,077 



076,813 
670,508 



671,411 



671,917 



672,006 

683,201 
687,677 
673,161 
683,106 
682,263 
685,750 

685,827 
690,248 
670,198 
007,430 
083,257 
676,647 



680,029 

675,722 
679,016 
669,982 

684,802 

665,957 

671,334 

669,742 
665,513 
683,916 
668,168 
671,720 
666.133 
676,737 

686,805 
673.319 
679,555 
674,236 
665,730 

682,920 

689,470 

672,892 



681,499 
685,585 
665,631 
679,608 
670,418 
689,171 
671,269 
689,295 
682,868 
665,958 

677,189 

689,710 
668,038 

671,162 



671,186 



May 28 
May 14 
Sept. 24 

June 18 

June 18 
Mar. 26 



Apr. 



Apr. 9 



Apr. 16 

Sept. 24 
Nov. 26 
Apr. 30 
Sept. 24 
Sept. 10 
Nov. 5 

Nov. 5 
Dec. 31 
Mar. 19 
Feb. 5 

Sept. 24 
June 18 



Aug. 6 

June 4 
July 23 
Mar. 19 

Oct. 22 

Jan. 15 

Apr. 2 

Mar. 12 
Jan. 8 
Oct. 8 
Feb. 19 
Apr. 9 
Jan. 15 
June 18 

Nov. 19 
Apr. 30 
July 30 
May 14 
Jan. 8 

Sept. 17 

Dec. 24 

Apr. 30 



Aug. 27 
Oct. 29 
Jan. 8 
July 30 
Mar. 26 
Dec. 17 
Apr. 2 
Dec. 17 
Sept. 17 
Jan. 15 

June 25 

Dec. 24 
Feb. 12 

Apr. 2 



Apr. 2 



3461 
1616 
2904 

2529 



2775 

2703 



Kino 



1918 



2274 

2783 
3795 
4334 
2631 
1115 
34 

199 

4848 
2153 
518 
2903 
2473 



581 

665 
3257 
1713 

2572 

2143 



1258 
1327 
912 
1829 
1582 
2444 
2645 

2082 
4607 
4365 
1582 
1723 

2310 



3797 



3365 
4040 
1538 
445S 
2550 
2773 
739 
2904 
2219 
2144 

3478 

3761 
1578 



545 



40 
1120 



104 
666 
552 



127 

138 

(727 

"|728 

401 

(588 
]589 

496 
(188 
•|189 
299 
306 
204 
408 
366 
565 
594 

462 
1066 
980 
367 
396 

522 

777 
872 



747 



5-95 



97 



,95 



1799 
1394 
2502 

2402 



2453 
2394 



208 



411 



498 

2476 
1802 

958 
2446 
2104 

972 

1003 
2906 
2265 
1092 
2502 
2392 



1158 

1993 

712 
2176 

571 

472 
177 

2065 
281 
203 

1398 
344 
580 

2428 

1434 
1013 

961 
1387 

364 

2361 
2575 

847 



1774 

893 

326 

981 

2.366 

2451 

155 

2494 

2342 

472 

2610 

2667 
1325 

103 



115 



672.755 Apr. 23 3541 810 95 



116 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 

Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Dumke, Frank F., assignor of one-half to C. John, Milwaukee, Wis. Device for guiding 

drawers for desks, bureaus, &c _ 

Dummer, Samuel R., Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y. Tent '. 

Dumoulin, Casimir J. ( See Crepet and Dumoulin. ) 

Dumoulin, Leonard S., Flushing, N. Y. Smelting-furnace _ 

Dunhar, Charles L. (See Dunbar, Henry D. and C. L.) 

Dunbar, Francis W., assignor to Kellogg Switchboard and Supply Company, Chicago, 

111. Telephone-switchboard system _ 

Dunbar, Francis W., assignor to Kellogg Switchboard and Supply Company, Chicago, 

111. Telephone system 

Dunbar, Henry D., North Hartland, Vt., and C. L. Dunbar, Lebanon, N. H. Balanced) 

slide-valve. --- 5 

Dunbar, Minnie M., et al. (See Slocum, Benjamin A., assignor.) 
Dunbar, William A., et al. (See Slocum, Benjamin A., assignor.) 

Dunbar, William A., Lynn, Mass. Center-square _ 

Duncan, Edwin R. (See Bibb and Duncan.) 

Duncan, Emily O, Centralia, Wis. Bevel-square 

Duncan, Frederick B., assignor to Northern Electrical Manufacturing Company, Madi-? 

son, Wis. Controller for motors ) 

Duncan, Frederick B., assignor to Northern Electrical Manufacturing Company, Madi-) 

son, Wis. Lathe 5 

Duncan, Garland H., Riderville, Ala., and E. C. Hearon, Howison, Miss. Lumber-stacker. 

Duncan, George E. (See Freckman, Albert A., assignor.) 

Duncan, George P., Chicago, 111. Advertising playing-card- . _ 

Duncan, Gustavus A., Salt Lake City, Utah, and F H. Beach, Batavia, 111. Treating 

precious-metal-bearing ores 

Duncan, Harry L. (See Keeler and Duncan.) 

Duncan, Harry L., New York, N. Y. Baling-press 

Duncan, Harry L., New York, N. Y. Baling-press 

Duncan, John R. (See Darnell and Duncan.) 
Duncan, Max E. (See Woods, Edward D., assignor.) 

Duncan, Warren C, Randolph, Nebr. Check-row corn-planter 

Duncanson, William A., assignor of one-half to A. A. Winot, Brockton, Mass. Hydraulic 
cable safety device 

Duncombe, George H., et al. (See Eicher, Harry W., assignor.) 

Duncombe, Tyrrell H., St. Thomas, Canada. Acetylene-gas generator 

Dundas, Henry. (See Kershaw, Percy B. W., assignor.) 

Dungan, Jonathan, Prospect Park, Pa. Dredging utensil 

Dungan, Thomas A., Chicago, 111. Ventilator 

Dunham, Herbert F. (See Richards and Dunham.) 

Dunham, Wiley J., Berea, Ohio. Land-roller. 

Dunham, William G. (See Born and Dunham.) 

Dunham, William L., Washington, D. O, assignor to Toy Bank Co., Alexandria, Va. Toy- 
bank cash register and indicator 

Dunk, John H., Serbin, Tex. Wire-fastening clip 

Dunkel, Isaac, Circleville, Ohio. Strawstack-holder _ 

Dunkel, Josef , Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Life-saving apparatus 

Dunkley, Samuel J., Kalamazoo, Mich. Jar 

Dunlap and Company. (See Keator, Charles E., assignor.) 

Dunlap Machinery Company. (See Hug, Edward M., assignor.) 

Dunlap, William A., Pittsburg, Pa. Enameling metal _ 

Dunlop, James, assignor to C. H. Schill, Manchester, England. Pneumatic hammer 

Dunlop, James O, Chicago, 111. Hat-box attachment 

Dunn, Claude A., Denver, Colo. Car-coupling 

Dunn, Edwin J., Little Rock, Ark. Copying-press 

Dunn, Frank M., Baltimore, Md. Gong-tripping mechanism 

Dunn, George A. and R. F., Dinuba, Cal. Traveling spraying apparatus 

Dunn, George F., assignor of one-half to Brockton Supply Company, Brockton, Mass. 

Folding-machine - 

Dunn, Jesse A., Chicago, 111. Syringe 

Dunn, Jesse A., Chicago, 111. Dental clamp 

Dunn, Joseph, Chicago, 111. Means for packing leaks in pipes 

Dunn, Michael, Dennison, Ohio. Tool-holding device 

Dunn, Michael, Dennison, Ohio. Calking device 

Dunn, Patrick H, Rome, N. Y. Leg-fastener 

Dunn, Robert F. (See Dunn, George A. and R. F.) 
Dunn, William. (See Nies, Frederick H., assignor.) 

Dunn, William O, Brooklyn, N. Y. Toy trick weighing-machine 

Dunn, William O, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mailing-envelop .- 

Dunn, William N., Martinsburg, W. Va. Cloth-piler _.. _ _ 

Dunn, William R., Easton. Pa. Apparatus for handling ground finished cement 

Dunnachie, William J , Coatbridge, Scotland. Candying fruit 

Dunne, Thomas J. (See Koehler, Fred L., assignor.) 

Dunnell, Frederick W., Springfield, Mass. Railway cross-tie 

Diinner, Johannes, Berne, Switzerland. Machine for washing plates or other dishes 

Dunning, Joseph, Rutherford, N. J. Collar '. 

Dunning, William, Jamestown, N. D. Wheel-clamp for lifting-jacks 

Dunscomb, John M., Passaic, N. J. Photographic dark room. 

Dunsford, George H., William Penn, Pa. Guard-board for rolls of paper-making machines. 

Dunston, Horace G. , Santa Monica, Cal. Automatic car-coupling 

Dunton, Delos. (See Fannon, Robert D., assignor.) 

Duplessis, Elouild, assignor to Duplessis Pegging and Sewing Machine Company, St.) 
Hyacinthe, Canada. Machine for shaping bottoms of shoes ) 

Duplessis Pegging and Sewing Machine Company. (See Duplessis, Elouild, assignor.) 

Duplex Printing Press Company. (See Bechman, Henry F., assignor.) 

Duplex Printing Press Company. (See Cox, Joseph L., assignor.) 

Duplex Typewriter Company. (See Turner, Robert, assignor.) 

Dupont and Johnson et al. (See Tranter, Ira E., assignor.) 

Duppler, Anton, Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Compound Magnet Brake Company, of) 
New Jersey. Electromagnetic appliance 5 

Duppler, Anton, Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Compound Magnet Brake Company, of 
New Jersey. Electromagnet and brake-operating connection 



6S8.074 
690,103 

683.107 



686,272 

689,953 
682,921 



686,891 

685,372 
671,907 

673,709 

674,262 

675,885 

673,425 

671,918 
672,394 

668,440 

682,536 

675,769 

690,249 
677,344 

689,861 



669,625 
674,403 
670,314 
675,269 
673,048 



679,300 

672,638 

672,264 
669,044 
673,708 
666,189 
687,396 

677,404 
672,807 

677,565 
683,024 
686,273 
686,274 
682,460 



673,515 
673,864 
682,922 
669,409 
666,413 

683,734 
681,113 
681,114 
665,413 
684,803 
684,924 
666.475 



666. 343 



687,615 
687,616 



Dec. 3 
Dec. 31 

Sept. 24 



Nov. 12 

Dec. 31 
Sept. 17 

Nov. 19 

Oct: 29 
Apr. 9 

May 7 

May 14 

June 11 

May 7 

Apr. 9 
Apr. 16 

Feb. 19 

Sept. 10 

June 4 

Dec. 31 
July 2 

Dec. 31 



Mar. 12 
May 21 
Mar. 19 
May 28 
Apr. 30 



July 30 

Apr. 23 

Apr. 16 
Feb. 26 
May 7 
Jan. 15 
Nov. 26 

July 2 
Apr. 16 
July 2 
Sept. 24 
Nov. 12 
Nov. 12 
Sept. 10 



May 7 
May 14 
Sept. 17 
Mar. 5 
Jan. 22 

Oct. 1 
Aug. 20 
Aug. 20 
Jan. 8 
Oct. 22 
Oct. 22 
Jan. 22 



Jan. 22 



Nov. 26 
Nov. 26 



718 
4583 

2632 

1036 

4271 
2312 

2240 

3618 
1904 

641 

1631 

986 

108 

1922 
2817 

2335 

1583 

741 

4851 
21 



1023 
1921 
2355 
3462 
4114 



3847 

3310 

2589 
3541 
640 
2534 
3249 

118 

2469 
428 
2502 
1042 
1043 
1458 



298 
917 

2314 
600 

3005 

564 
2626 
2627 
1101 
2573 
2801 
3134 



2804 



3679 
3681 



165 
1057 



605 



229 

990 
|522 
1523 



496 

832 
(441 
1442 
( 151 
1 152 
1376 
(377 

218 

26 

447 
651 



1523 
(524 



359 
157 



1121 
5 

948 



243 
444 
549 
791 
943 



763 
764 
597 
788 
151 
589 
710 

26,27 
570 

102 
568 
220 
230 



70 
215 
523 
140 
696 

124 
580 
580 
255 
589 
637 
721 

662 
663 
664 



96 



97 



96 



97 

97 
{■95 

j-95 

{95 

95 



96 



■94 



1986 
2856 

2446 

1190 

2790 
2361 

1466 

808 
408 

1181 

1396 

2073 

1074 

412 
601 

1494 

2196 

2007 

2907 
7 

2756 



2021 
1474 
2305 
1799 
916 



854 

726 

557 
1762 

1181 
548 
1685 

27 
535 

91 
2420 
1191 
1191 
2170 



1112 
1255 
2362 
1917 
656 

116 
1608 
1609 
235 
571 
617 



627 



1779 
1779 






UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



117 



Aipkabt tical list of patentees — Continued. 




Duppler, Anton, Jersey City, N. J., assignor to P. H. Alexander, New York, N. Y., andi 
Compound Magnet Brake'Company, of New Jersey. Railway-brake. ... j 

Duppler, Anton, Jersey City, N. J., assignor to P. H. Alexander. New York, N. Y., and 
Compound Magnet Brake Company, of New Jersey. Railway-brake 

Duppler, Anton, Jersey City. N. J., assignor to Compound Magnet Brake Company and 
Magnet Car Brake Company. Mechanism for operating brakes 



070,419 : Mar. 26 2557 



670,420 Mar. 26 2561 



Dupre, Wilfred, North Brookfield, Mass. Machine for making box-shooks 

Dupuis, Eugene, New York, N. Y. Stop-watch- 

Duquette, Julius S., South Gardner, Mass. Support for wheel-tires 

Durall, David S., assignor of one-half to W. H. Buhl, Hurdland. Mo. Stovepipe-joint . 

Durand, Emile P., Sherman, 111. Mowing-machine _ _ 

Durand, Henry S., Rochester, N. Y. Coupling for machinery ! 

Durant, Edward G., Pasadena, Cal. Machine for the manufacture of hollow terra-cotta( 
and clay ware _._ _ 5 

Durant, Frederick C, Colorado Springs, Colo., assignor, by mesne assignments, of one- 
half to Colorado-Philadelphia Reduction Company, of Colorado. Conveyer 

Durant, Frederick C, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor of one-half to S. Penrose, C. L. Tutt, 
and C. M. MacNeill, Colorado Springs, Colo. Ore-cooling device 

Durant, George W., Alvin, Tex. Sash-fastener 

Durant, Napoleon, North Adams, assignor of one-half to J. L. Cross, Adams, Mass. Trol- j 
ley 

Durant, Walter N., Milwaukee, Wis. Register-dial 

Durant, William H., Concord, assignor of one-half to A. L. Merrill, Rumney Depot, N. H. 
Adjustable folding garment-hanger _ _ _ 

Durbin, Alfred, McConnelsville, Ohio, assignor, by mesne assignments, to United States 
Electric Manufacturing Company, Butler. Pa. "Lock-out device for telephone systems . 

Durboraw, Charles L., assignor of one-half to F. Henkelman, Baltimore, Md. Track- 
fastener __- 

Dure, Frank S., Wilmington, Del. Breeching 

Durel, Charles G. and L. P., New Orleans. La. Coffee or tea making apparatus 

Durel, Louis P. (See Durel, Charles G. and L. P.) 

Durey, Camille, Paris, France, assignor to Compagnie Internationale du Frein Electro- 
Hyaraulique Durey, Brussels, Belgium. Hydraulic brake for railway or tramway ve- 
hicles . 



686,212 
673,049 

678,382 

6.S4.417 
672,548 

683,025 

675,054 

677.S61 



Nov. 5 

Apr. 30 

July 16 
Oct. 15 
Apr. 23 

Sept. 24 

May 28 

July 9 



074,353 May 14 



674,354 
673,498 

679,220 
687,210 

684,766 

684,202 

669,077 
686.213 
083.259 



Durfee, Winthrop C, Boston, Mass. Dyeing 

Durham, John W., Caruthersville. Mo. Bedstead-brace 

Durham, Richard T., Richmond, Va. Coin-operated machine 
Durham, Shilo W., San Jose, Cal. Non-refillable bottle 



667.819 
600,840 
6*5.037 
677.963 
080.319 

Durkee, Lafayette, Denver, Colo. Rock-drilling machine 075.202 

Durman, Michael E., Woodmere, Mich. Gas-engine 

Durnell, Milton, Jr., Greenfield, Ohio. Swinging chair or hammock _ 

Durning, Charles, f See Park and Durning. ) 

Durouaux, Joseph C, St. Louis, Mo. Lens-grinding machine 

Durouaux, Joseph C, St. Louis, Mo. Eyeglasses or spectacles 

Durr, Frank B., Tacoma, Wash. Furnace for treating ores _.. 

Diirr, Gustav, Dusseldorf, Germany. Superheater 

Diirr, Ludwig, Bremen, Germany. Vapor-burner 

Durrin, Warren A., Woodville, Wis. Bath-cabinet _ 

Durrin, Warren A., Woodville, Wis. Making waterproof and air-tight fabrics 

Duryea, Charles E., Elizabeth, N. J. Explosive-engine for motor-vehicles 

Duryea, Charles E., assignor to Duryea Manufacturing Company, Peoria. 111. 

explosive-engines " ._ 

Duryea, Chester B., New York, N. Y. Manufacturing thin boiling-starch 

Duryea Manufacturing Company. (See Duryea, Charles E., assignor.) 

Duryea, OthoC, assignor of one-half to M. C. White, Los Angeles, Cal. Oil-cup ,.__. 

Dustmann, Herman, Lawrence, La., and W. H. Holsclaw, assignors to B. F. Avery &i 

Sons, Louisville, Ky. Cultivator _. j 

Dutcher, Frank and W., Fostoria, Ohio. Signal-torch 

Dutcher, Warren. (See Dutcher, Frank and W.) 

Dutchess Tool Company. (See Van Houten, Frank H., assignor.) 

Dutel, Marguerite, New York, N. Y. Lace-guard _ 

Dutemple, William R., Auburn, R. 1. Diaphragm tube-plate for phonographs 

Duthie, Archibald, Indianapolis, Ind. Flash-lamp. 

Dutrie, Louis, Steenwerck, France. Heater. _ 

Dutton, Charles S., Perth Amboy, N. J. Machine forpolishing or burnishing metal bars 

or rods 



Mixer for 



0S7.678 
664,933 

675.055 
083,108 
687,918 
071,108 
678.295 
681,631 
690,250 

682.606 



Dutton, Chauncey N., New York, N. Y. Pneumatic balance-lock. 



Dutton, Chauncey N., Yonkers, N. Y. Hydraulic impact-engine _ 

Dutton, Chauncey N., Yonkers, N. Y. Hydraulic impact-engine _ 

Dutton, George A., Streator, 111. Chair _ 

Dutton, George A., assignor of one-half to R. Schurtz, Streator, 111. Chair 

Duty, Spencer M. (See Hornsey, Ellenberger, and Duty.) 

Duvall, Benjamin F., Esplen, Pa. Shoe-horn 

Duvall, Jephthah P., Waverly. Iowa. Rope-clamp 

Duvall, William W., Bellfair Mills, Va. Attachment for belts 

Duwelius, Alfred H., et al. (See Duwelius, Augustus L., assignor.) 

Duwelius, Augustus L., assignor to A. H. and W. S. Duwelius, Cincinnati. Ohio. Phono-i 

graph ( 

Duwelius, Walter S., et al. (See Duwelius, Augustus L., assignor.) 

Dvoracek, Pankrac. (See Holub and Dvoracek.) 

Dvorak, Peter, Vienna, Austria-Hungary. Steam-press 



664,841 
675,822 

084,707 
686,214 
682,537 



089.042 
680,431 
684,499 
671,992 

683,109 



665,414 



671,541 

671,542 
685,509 
674.910 

686,512 
678.866 
687,980 

674,575 
672,208 



Mav 14 

May 7 

July 23 

Nov. 26 

Oct. 15 

Oct. 8 

Mar. 5 

Nov. 5 
Sept. 24 



Feb. 12 
Jan. 29 
Oct. 22 
July 9 
Aug. 13 

May 28 
Nov. 26 
Jan. 1 

May 28 
Sept. 24 
Dec. 3 
Apr. 2 
July 9 
Aug. 27 
Dec. 31 

Sept. 17 

Jan. 1 
June 4 

Oct. 15 
Nov. 5 
Sept. 10 



Dec. 17 
Aug. 13 
Oct. 15 
Apr. 16 

Sept. 24 



Jan. 8 



Apr. 9 
Oct. 29 
May 28 



Nov. 12 
July 23 
Dec. 3 



935 

4115 



2503 

3006 

984 



1819 

265 



3671 



1216 
3850 
3013 
1200 
1098 

3345 

3796 
210 

3067 

2034 
411 
344 

1S20 



2498 
938 
1584 



i035 



1102 



Apr. 9 1238 
1246 
3915 

2816 



1484 
2948 
526 



May 21 2229 



Apr. 16 2471 



1816 119 



420 



819 
631 



207 
667 



266 



184 



605 

f255 

1256 

257 

1258 

-i 259 

260 

261 

262 

263 

285 

-( 286 

287 

283 

t896 

(897 

644 



664 
125 



(514 
)515 



•94 



94 



•95 



-96 



97 



yu 



-95 



■95 



95 



536 



118 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Dwigans, William W., Arkadelphia, Ark. Fishing device 

Dwiggins, John. (See Swank and Dwiggins.) 

Dwight Slate Machine Company. (See Hinckley and Anderson, assignors.) 

Dwinnell, David L., Montreal, Canada. Heating apparatus 

Dwyer, Dennis. (See Weir, John, assignor.) 

Dwyer, Elmer F., Lynn, Mass. Coil for electromagnets and insulating material there- 
for 

Dye, Frederic W., Dayton, Ohio. Packing box or package _ 

Dye, Willard O., Clyde, Mich. Nut-lock 

Dyer, Beverly A. (See Scharnweber, William, assignor.) 

Dyer, Charles P., Somerville, assignor to L. E. Dyer, West Somerville, Mass., and C. F. 
Libby, Portland, Me. Friction-hinge. _ 

Dyer & Co., E. H. (See Dyer, Edward F., assignor.) 

Dyer, Edward F., assignor to E. H. Dyer & Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Beet-storage house... 

Dyer, Edward F., assignor to E. H. Dyer & Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Sand filter 

Dyer, Edward F., assignor to E. H. Dyer & Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Stone-catcher 
for beet-flumes 

Dyer, Frank L. (See Dyer, Leonard H., assignor.) 

Dyer, Frank L.,Montclair,N. J., assignor to American Cotton Company, New York, N. Y. 
Apparatus for baling cotton _._ 

Dyer, Frank L., Montclair, N. J., assignor of one-fourth to L. H. Dyer, Washington, D. C. 
Gearing for automobiles _ 

Dyer, George F. , Beverly, Mass. Vaporizer for explosive-engines 

Dyer, George H. , San Francisco, Cal. Fastening for structural iron 

Dyer, Leonard H. (See Dyer, Frank L., assignor.) 

Dyer, Leonard H., Washington, D. C, assignor of one-fourth to F. L. Dyer, Montclair, 
N. J. Automobile vehicle - 

Dyer, Leonard H., Washington, D. C, assignor to F. B. Pope, Augusta, Ga., and G. D. 
Minis, Parksville, S. C. Revolving firearm 

Dyer, Louise, deceased, Bayswater, England; W. D. Baldwin, administrator. Corset 

Dyer, Lucy E., et al. (See Dyer, Charles P., assignor.) 

Dyer, Robert M., assignor to Aermotor Company. Chicago, 111. Pump connection 

Dyer, Silas H., assignor of one-half to E. W. Orswell, Pawtucket, R. I. Valve for explo-? 
sive-engines _ _. .) 

Dyer, Walter, assignor of one-half to A. E. Stevens, Chicago, 111. Automatic vending- 
machine - _ r 

Dver, William H. (See Spencer, Edwin L., assignor.) 

Dyett, James H., Brooklyn, assignor to Wagner Typewriter Company, New York, N. Y. 
Type-writing machine 

Dygert, Henry A., Philadelphia, Pa. Hot-air cabinet 

Dyhrberg, Laverux N., Ashburton, New Zealand. Bicycle-brake 

Dyhrberg, Laverux N., and G. K. Askin, Ashburton, New Zealand. Combined belt and 
braces _ 

Dyke, Martin. (See Garrett, Charles B., assignor.) 

Dyke, Martin. (See Garrett and Blake, assignors.) 

Dykes, John L. G., Chicago, 111. Hat-brush 

Dynan, Thomas, Amador City, Cal. Ore-concentrator. 

Dysart, Boyd W., Springfield, Ohio. Gate 

Dysart, John E., Cadiz, Ohio. Life-boat 

Dyson, Sam, Elland, and J. Gaskell, London, England. Making petroleum products 

Dzuris, George, Holyoke, Mass. Skiving-machine 

E. & A. H. Batcheller Company. (See Woods, Calvin W., assignor.) 

E. & B. Holmes Machinery Co. (See Beugler. Edwin F., assignor.) 

E. & B. Holmes Machinery Company. (See Holmes and Beugler, assignors.) 

E. D. Taylor Company. (See Feval, Leon, assignor.) 

E. Faber Pencil Company. (See Blakeslee, Edward E., assignor.) 

E. Goddard Flour Company. (See Goddard, George F., assignor.) 

E. & H. T. Anthony & Co. (See Mathein, Josef, assignor.) 

E. J. Manville Machine Company. (See Campbell, Andrew C, assignor.) 

E. Kirstein Sons Company. (See Threehouse, Mortimer A., assignor.) 

E. T. Burrowes Company. (See Peregrine, Seymour W., assignor.) 

E. & T. Fairbanks & Co. (See Conant, George H., assignor.) 

E. & T. Fairbanks & Co. (See Hazen, Perley F., assignor.) 

E. & T. Fairbanks & Co. (See Taylor, Frederick W., assignor.) 

E. & T. Fairbanks & Company. (See Sargent, Willis H., assignor.) 

E. & T. Fairbanks & Company. (See Spencer and Taylor, assignors.) 

E. W. Bliss Company. (See Leavitt, Frank M., assignor.) 

Eadie, James L., and C. N. Boston, Hartland, Me. Alarm attachment for carding-ma- 
chines 1 

Eadie, John M., A. Stevens, and R. P. Tomassek, New York, N. Y. Insulator for con- 
duit electric railways 

Eagan, Charles M., et al. (See Lane and Davenport, assignors.) 

Eagan, John J. 'See Quinn, James H., assignor.) 

Eagle Lock Co. (See Allen. Howard D., assignor.) 

Eagle Lock Co. (See Rangnow, Otto, assignor.) 

Eagle Lock Company. (See Roche, James, assignor.) 

Eagle Pencil Company. (See Boman, Claes W., assignor.) 

Eagle Pencil Company. (See Oberbeck, George, assignor.) 

Eaglesfield, Eli C, Berlin, Wis. Checking device for horses --- 

Eakright, William O. (See Russell and Eakright.) 

Eames, George M., assignor to Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing Company, Bridgeport, 
Conn. Sectional table or bench __ 

Earhart, David S., De Land, Fla. Weaving-machine — 

Earl, Julia A. , Cincinnati, Ohio. Candle-holder and dish for birthday-cakes 

Earl, Merritt. (See Tarbell, Leonard F., assignor.) 
Earle, Henry C. (See Weeks and Earle.) 

Earle, Horatio S., Detroit, Mich. Grass-hook 

Earle, Horatio S., Detroit, Mich. Ax 

Earle, Salyer R. , Toronto, Canada. Compound air-inspirator 

Earle, Samuel S. (See Paschall, Benjamin G., assignor.) 

Earll, Charles I., New York, N. Y. Trolley-catcher -- 

Early, Earl J., Philadelphia, Pa. Storage and display device - 

Earnest, David F. (See Eason, Edward B., assignor.) 

Earnshaw, Harry A., Minneapolis, Minn. Toy bank 



No. 



667,932 



677,862 
6S5.325 
666,925 



673,000 

667,199 
668,441 

670,015 



667,362 

671,721 
680,572 
665,194 



676,223 

666,476 
677,441 

678,554 
666,414 

681,686 



673,426 
676,124 
670,473 

677,190 



670,016 
676,534 
675,130 
683,260 
6S3,735 
668,813 



683,596 
672,319 



667,976 

677,442 
680,705 
674,457 



665,074 
665,075 

685,117 

683,026 
679,474 

669,513 



Date. 



Feb. 12 



Nov. 26 



July 9 
Oct. 29 
Jan. 29 



Apr. 30 

Feb. 5 

Feb. 19 

Mar. 19 



Feb. 5 

Apr. 9 
Aug. 13 
Jan. 1 



June 11 

Jan. 22 
July 2 

July 16 
Jan. 22 

Sept. 3 



May 7 
June 11 
Mar. 26 

June 25 



Mar. 19 
June 18 
May 28 
Sept. 24 
Oct. 1 
Feb. 26 



Oct. 1 
Apr. 16 



Feb. 12 

July 2 
Aug. 20 
May 21 



Jan. 
Jan. 



Oct. 22 

Sept. 24 
July 30 

Mar. 12 



Monthly 
volume. 



1414 



;«»;:; 



3528 
4017 



4017 



43 
2337 



1793 



1583 

1560 
708 



1651 



3136 
196 



3007 



113 

1449 
2651 

3480 



313 



812 
927 



922 



9,10 
524 



417 



79 

366 
343 

158 



722 
48 

525 
S 696 

(697 

7 



26 
325 
621 

785 



1795 418 
2268 504 
3232 735 



29(17 

564 

3067 



305 
2685 



1485 

198 

1861 
2012 



462 
463 

3168 



2504 

4192 



816 



667 



69 

621 



48,49 

(408 

1409 

466 



106 
106 
726 

727 



941 
190 



Official 
Gazette. 



97 



94 



91 



94 



1293 



1652 



224 

790 
873 



897 



999 
1494 



2192 



1066 

344 

1371 
142 



2208 

683 
44 

511 

656 

1869 



1075 
2168 



2610 



94 ] 2192 



2350 
1754 
2503 
116 
1667 



65 
575 



44 
1455 
1492 

93 

93 

691 

2421 
925 

1979 






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119 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Monthly- 
volume. 



Date. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Eason, Edward C, Portsmouth, assignor of one-half to D. F. Earnest, West Norfolk, Va. 
Brake _. 

Eason, George L., assignor of one-half to C. A. Thompson, Des Moines, Iowa. Auto- 
matic Dut-Tock _ 

Eastern Carbon Works. (See Mills, William, assignor.) 

Eastern Electric Company. (See Cushing, Ernest W., assignor.) 

Easthope, Cornelius, et al. (See Specht, George W., assignor.) 

Easthope, Cornelius D., Jr., et al. (See Specht, George W., assignor.) 

Eastman, Clyde J., Fort Worth, Tex. Cable-power 

Eastman, Ernest A. (See Specht, Eugene T., assignor.) 

Eastman, Ernest A., Chicago, 111. Machine for sawing lasts 

Eastman, Ernest A., Chicago, 111. Machine for making lasts 

Eastman, Ernest A., assignor of thirty-five one-hundredths to E. T. Specht, Chicago, 111. 
Hose-supporter 

Eastman, Fred A., Litchfield, Minn. Well-boring apparatus 

Eastman, George, assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Photographic- 
roll holder 

Eastman Kodak Company. (See Brownell, Frank A., assignor.) 

Eastman Kodak Company. (See Eastman, George, assignor. ) 

Eastman, William, and W. H. Sayer, Adams, Oreg. Bicycle attachment 

Easton, Henry L., et al. (See Caldwell, William L., assignor.) 

Easton, James. (See Newbigging, Easton, and Bell.) 

Eastwood, Arthur C, Cleveland, Ohio. Resistance-coil 

Eastwood, Arthur C, Cleveland, Ohio. Electric controller -- 

Eastwood, Arthur C, assignor to Electric Controller and Supply Company, Cleveland, 

Ohio. Magnetic blow-out brush-holder -- 

Eastwood, John, Burnley, assignor to J. W. Cook, Manchester, England. Snarl-catcher 

for ring spinning and twisting machines .-. 

Eastwood, Joseph, San Francisco, Cal. Hydrocarbon-burner _ 

Eastwood, Joseph, San Francisco, and E. M. Hoagland, East Oakland, Cal. Well-casing 

perforator 

Easy Spring Hinge Company. (See Stump and Brucker, assignors.) 

Eaton, Clarence L., Rochester, N. Y. Shoe-sewing machine 

Eaton, Clarence L., Rochester, N. Y., assignor to United Shoe Machinery Company, Pat- 

erson, N. J., and Boston, Mass. Rough-rounding and channeling machine 

Eaton, Edward N., Chicago, 111. Testing device - 

Eaton, Eli H., and T. Wright, Rochester, assignors of one-half to F. C. Owen, Dansville, 

N. Y. Rotary engine 

Eaton, Elon, Edwards, N. Y. Milk-can-securing means .- 

Eaton, Elon, Edwards, N. Y. Can-support _ 

Eaton, Hiram W., Jr., and A. Benson, Bradford, Pa. Bull -wheel for oil or Artesian 

wells -- 

Eaton, Hiram W., Jr., and A. Benson, Bradford, Pa. Sand -reel for oil or Artesian 

wells - - 

Eaton, Hiram W., Jr., and A. Benson, Bradford, Pa. Sand-reel for Artesian wells 

Eaton, James B. (See Green, Wickline, and Eaton.) 

Eaton, James W., West Islip, assignor to A. A. Low, Brooklyn, N. Y. Double-cylinder 

oil-motor 

Eaton, John, assignor of two-thirds to I. Sutton, Paterson, and A. McDermott, Warren 

Point, N. J. Auxiliary box-motion for looms ___ 

Eaton, Lewis, Jr., Lancaster, N. Y. Tooth-brush case 

Eaton, Marshall B., Holcomb, assignor of one-half to H. Munson, East Bloomfield, N. Y. 

Neck-yoke 

Eaton, Matthias B., Boston, Mass. Lumber-joint. 

Eaton & Prince Company. (See Eaton, Thomas W., assignor.) 

Eaton, Russell W., Brunswick, Me., assignor of one-half to M. U. Adams, West Newton, 

Mass. Power-registering mechanism for flu id-motors 

Eaton, Thomas W., assignor to Eaton & Prince Company, Chicago, 111. Electric-motor , 

controller-frame and constructing same ..<_ 

Eaton, Thomas W., assignor to Eaton & Prince Company, Chicago, 111. Mounting for 

electric motors 

Eaton, Thomas W., assignor to Eaton & Prince Company, Chicago, 111. Controller fori 

electric motors. v _ _ _j 

Eaton, Thomas W., assignor to Eaton & Prince Company, Chicago, 111. Electric-eleva-i 

tor hoisting mechanism < 

Eaton, William G., assignor to G. H. P. Flagg, Boston, Mass. Rotary brush 

Eaton, William T. (See Young, Elmer C, assignor.) 

Eaton, Willie G., Nashua, N. H., assignor to Draper Company, Portland, Me., and Hope- 
dale, Mass. Stop-motion for spinning-frames .- ___ 

Ebbs, Hermann E., assignor to Firm of Vereinigte Maschinenfabrik Augsburg und Ma- 

schinenbaugesellschaft Nurnberg Actien-Gesellschaft, Nuremberg, Germany. Means 

for cooling pistons and piston-rods of gas or other motors 

Ebeling, Phillip, Findlay, Ohio. Glass-press.- _. 

Ebeling, Phillip, Findlay, Ohio. Forming hollow glass articles 

Eben, Reinhold, Paderborn, Germany. Transfer-table 

Eberhard, George. (See Barry, Henry, assignor.) 

Eberhart, Christian, Fond duLac, Wis. Nut-lock _ 

Eberle, Atherton and C. H., Downey, Cal. Platen-press. 

Eberle, Charles H. (See Eberle, Atherton and C. H. ) 

Eberlein, Edwin S. , Allegheny, Pa. Continuous-rail frog ._ 

Eberling, Jacob B., assignor to National Carbon Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Assorting-i 

machine .- -_- J 

Eberman, Joseph W., Brooklyn, assignor of five-eighths to W. F. Steele, New York, N. Y.' 

Thermostat for operating valves _ .__ 

Ebersole, Jacob A. (See Ebersole, James E. and J. A.) 

Ebersole, James E. and J. A., Campbelltown, Pa. Coupling and steering connection for 

vehicles 

Ebert, Samuel, Roberts, 111. Valve-grab __ 

Eberwine, Albert J., Slatington, Pa. Trolley 

Ebi, Edward, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Mouth-illuminator 

Ebken, John G., assignor of one-half to J. H. and H. W. Stevenson, Pittsburg, Pa. Fric- 
tion-brake - 

Ebner, Peter, Columbus, assignor, by mesne assignments, to H. Black, Plain City, Ohio. 

Fire-shutter _ _ 

Eby, Alvah C, Akron, Ohio. Automatic gas shut-off and regulator 



675,203 
673,832 

681,632 

667,933 
667,934 

688,609 
672,097 

677,443 

674,082 

668,442 
677,191 

669,438 

687,981 
680,573 

682,180 

667,200 

684,359 
679,141 

087,822 
677,566 
682,923 

678,774 

680,234 
686,037 



669,514 

669,824 
674,499 

684,925 
671,954 



674,311 
666,655 

666,656 
667,619 

685,326 
684,203 

668,039 



675,886 
668,910 

683,980 
680,574 

684,360 
676,224 

689,296 
672,209 

678,332 



666,218 
676,356 
685,118 
687,617 

683,736 



May 28 
May 7 

Aug. 27 

Feb. 12 
Feb. 12 

Dec. 10 
Apr. 16 

July 2 

May 14 

Feb. 19 
June 25 

Mar. 5 

Dec. 3 
Aug. 13 

Sept. 10 

Feb. 5 

Oct. 8 
July 23 

Dec. 3 
July 2 
Sept. 17 

July 16 

Aug. 13 
Nov. 5' 

Mar. 12 

Mar. 12 
May 21 

Oct. 22 
Apr. 16 

May 14 
Jan. 29 

Jan. 29 
Feb. 5 

Oct. 29 
Oct. 8 

Feb. 12 



June 11 
Feb. 26 
Sept. 17 
Aug. 13 

Oct. 8 
June 11 

Dec. 17 
Apr. 16 

July 9 



Jan. 15 
June 11 
Oct. 22 

Nov. 26 

Oct. 1 



si ;n 



3610 



1416 
1419 



1717 

2277 



199 



1308 



2339 



654 

527 
1562 

956 

46 

1759 
3522 

210 

430 

2319 

2752 

950 
600 

817 

1407 
2090 

2802 
2028 

1725 
3463 

3466 
836 

3529 
1448 

1579 

987 
3283 
2420 
1563 

1762 
1653 

2995 
2473 

1890 



2579 
1933 
3169 
3682 

565 



763 

202 



313 
313 

405 
526 

49 
304 

525 

(785 
)786 

151 

125 
343 

215 

11 

389 

787 

55,56 
102 
524 

619 

214 
125 

191 

333 

485 



399 
(805 
1806 

806 
(177 
"1178 
j 813 
1814 

322 



218 
733 
548 
344 



096 
571 
572 

434 



600 
428 
727 



124 



95 



96 

94 
94 

97 
95 

96 

95 

94 
-95 

94 

97 
96 

96 

94 

97 
96 

97 
96 
96 

96 

96 
97 

94 
94 



97 
95 



-94 



94 
-94 



97 



94 



95 
94 



97 
95 

97 
J- 95 

96 



94 
95 
97 
97 

97 



677,123 June 25 3375 
685,327 Oct. 29 3537 



759 95 2590 
814 97 791 



120 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Eby, J. Daniel, trustee. (See MacLearn, John P., assignor.) 

Eby, Walton E., assignor of one-half to M. W. Bryan, Roanoke, Va. Steam-pump 

Eccles, Robert, Bally waiter, Ireland. Gearing for cycles 

Eccleston, J°sse B., el al. (See Barnes, Charles O., assignor.) 

Eccleston, William H., Southbridge, Mass. Fastener for eyeglasses 

Echemendia, Leandra. (See Figueredo, Emilio, assignor.) 

Eck, Charles A., Newark, N. J. Casing for electric motors 

Eck, Charles A., Newark, N. J. Brush-holder and brush 

Eck, Charles A., Newark, N. J. Brush and brush-holder _ 

Eck, Joseph, Dusseldorf, Germany. Roller for calendering-machines... 

Eckard, William E. , assignor of one-half to H. Kiel, Wheeling, W. Va. Pipe-vise 

Eckardt, Johannes C, Sr., Stuttgart, Germany. Massage apparatus 

Eckelt, Otto, Berlin, Germany. Apparatus for the production of accurate gages 

Ecker, Erastus E., St. Georges, Del. Breeching 

Eckersley, Richard. (See Kershaw, Thomas, assignor.) 

Eckerson, David I., assignor of one-half to J. T., and P. R. Hadsell, Worcester, N. Y.l 
Paper-folding machine ._ ) 

Eckert, William A., Buffalo, N. Y. Self-righting receptacle for toothpicks, matches, 
&c _ 

Eckhard, John, assignor to Eckhard Motor Co., Brighton, N. Y. Gas-engine 

Eckhard, John, assignor to Eckhard Motor Company, Brighton, N. Y. Mixer and vapo- 
rizer for gas-engines 

Eckhard, John, assignor to Eckhard Motor Company, Brighton, N. Y. Igniter for gas- 
engines __ 

Eckhard Motor Company. (See Eckhard, John, assignor.) 

Eekhart, Vincenz, Graz, Austria-Hungary. Lyre-zither 

Eckhart, William C. (See Demaree and Eekhart.) 

Eckl, Edward, Milwaukee, Wis. Electric-lamp protector 

Economic Machinery Co. (See Woodland, Frank O., assignor. ) 

Economy Furnace Company. (See Quinn, John J., assignor.) 

Edant, Lucien. (See Croppi and Edant.) 

Eddleman, Dudley E. (See Ragsdale and Eddleman. ) 

Edds, James A. (See Weber and Jewett, assignors.) 

Eddy, Arthur H., Windsor, Conn. Electrical heating-furnace 

Eddy, Arthur H., Windsor, Conn. Collector for electric generators and motors 

Eddy, Charles J., Seattle, Wash. Fruit-gatherer 

Eddy Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Heath, Harry E., assignor.) 

Eddy, Herbert E., C. F. Brown, and J. J. Hickey, Rumford Falls, Me. Gas-cooling ap- 
paratus 

Eddystone Manufacturing Company. (See Macadam, John, assignor.) 

Edel, Lucas, assignor to Majestic Manufacturing Company, St. Louis, Mo. Adjustable 
water-tank support for stoves or ranges 

Edel, Matthew, Haverhill, Iowa. Machine for making wooden wedges 

Edelen, William R., Washington, D. C. Burglar-alarm or door-signal 

Eder, John A., Newark, N. J. Plaiting apparatus , 

Eder, Reinhold, assignorto E. Schuster, Berlin, Germany. Tacker 

Edgar, Butler, Danville, Pa., assignorto T. B. Mills, Brooklyn, N. Y. Fish-hook .._ 

Edgar, George B., Lawrence, Kans. Seal-lock 

Edgar, George B., Lawrence, Kans. Seal-lock 1 

Edgar, George B., Jr., and B. F. Davis, Winfield, Kans. Railway or steamboat ticket... 

Edge, Charles, Newark, N. J. Tool for cutting knitted wire fabric into narrow strips . . 

Edge, Charles, Newark, N. J. Chain _ _ 

Edge, Isaiah J., Minneapolis, Minn. Firearm 

Edgecombe, Edward F., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. Step-bearing 

Edgell, Charles N., Gardner, Mass. Hose-nozzle 

Edgerly, Truman A., Billings, Okla. Ter. Draft-equalizer 

Edgerton, Charles, Philadelphia, Pa. Steam-boiler 

Edgington, George W., Coalville, Utah. Air-brake _ 

Edgington, Thomas, Guyandotte, W. Va. Brake __ 

Edgmoor Iron Company. (See Coppage, Benjamin D., assignor.) 

Edison Manufacturing Company. (See Kayser, Charles H., assignor.) 

Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. Flight conveyer. 

Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. Apparatus for duplicating phonograph-rec- 
ords --. -_ __- 

Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. Duplicating phonograph-records 

Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. Lubricating journal-bearings _ 

Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. Conveyer _- 

Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. Apparatus for screening or rescreening fine 
materials 

Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. Screening or rescreening fine materials 

Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. Breaking rock -. - 

Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. Apparatus for breaking rock _. 

Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. Grinding or crushing rolls 

Edison, Thomas A. , Llewellyn Park, N. J. Magnetic separator _ 

Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. Apparatus for screening pulverized material. 

Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. Phonographic recording apparatus 

Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. Magnetic separator 

Edison, Thomas A. , Llewellyn Park, N. J. Magnetic separating apparatus 

Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. Magnetic separating apparatus 

Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. Reversible galvanic battery 

Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. Apparatus for screening or sizing very fine 

materials _. 

Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. Making metallic duplicate phonograph-rec- 
ords _ ___ _ 

Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. Reversible galvanic battery - 

Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. Reversible galvanic battery 

Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. Apparatus for reheating compressed air for 

industrial purposes -.. 

Edison, Thomas A., Llewellyn Park, N. J. Phonographic recording apparatus 

Edmands, Albert W., assignor of three-fourths to H. S. Thrasher, J. F Williams, and J. 
Ingram, Lynn, Mass. Fire-extinguisher 



No. 



665,598 
680,335 

683,917 

669,577 
673,516 
673,517 
682,607 

688,772 
670,199 

689,389 
679,60!) 



689,862 



679,610 
673,427 

673,901 



689,297 
668,630 



677,070 

677,071 
681,203 



679,117 



686,215 
683,918 
679,957 
609,743 
676,879 
675,853 
672,853 
674,911 
686,038 
674,056 
686,216 
6a5,751 
673,182 
679,733 
690,020 
672,360 
681,045 
675,939 



667,201 

667,202 
667,662 
671,314 
671,315 

671,316 
671,317 

672,616 

672,617 

674,057 
675,056 
675,057 
676,225 
676,618 
676,840 
676,841 
678,722 

679,500 

680,520 
684,204 
684,205 

685,911 
668,610 

674,827 



Date. 



Jan. 8 
Aug. 13 

Oct. 8 

Mar. 12 
May 7 
May 7 
Sept. 17 
Dec. 10 
Mar. 19 
Dec. 24 
July 30 



Dec. 31 

July 30 

May 7 

May 14 

Dec. 17 

Dec. 17 

Feb. 26 



June 25 

June 25 
Aug. 27 

July 23 



Nov. 5 
Oct. 8 
Aug. 6 
Mar. 12 
June 25 
June 4 
Apr. 23 
May 28 
Nov. 5 
May 14 
Nov. 5 
Nov. 5 
Apr. 30 
Aug. 6 
Dec. 31 
Apr. 16 
Aug. 20 
June 11 



Feb. 5 

Feb. 5 

Feb. 5 

Apr. 2 

Apr. 2 

Apr. 2 
Apr. 2 

Apr. 23 

Apr. 23 

May 14 
May 28 
May 28 
June 11 
June 18 
June 18 
June 18 
July 16 

July 30 

Aug. 13 
Oct. 8 
Oct. 8 

Nov. 5 
Dec. 10 

May 21 



Monthly 
volume. 



1481 
952 

913 

934 
299 
301 
1716 
1999 
2154 
3148 
4459 



4090 

4461 
115 

983 

2342 

2995 

2693 



3279 

3260 
2801 



3481 



941 

914 

463 

1260 

2904 

915 

3721 

2818 

602 

1265 

942 

34 

4335 

32 

4434 

2767 

2509 

1094 



49 

907 
819 
820 

822 
824 

3254 

3256 

1268 

3068 
3070 
1655 
2421 

2S22 
2S24 



4262 

1479 
1449 
1451 

352 
1719 

2664 



I 340 
214 

204 

222 
71 
71 
391 
469 
500 
732 
1001 

948 
949 
950 

1001 
26,27 

229 

540 

697 



(737 

1738 

738 

621 



777 



208 
204 

97 
299 
653 
201 
856 
644 
125 
293 
209 
7 
998 

10 
1020 
640 
555 
241 



11 

12 
193 
182 
182 

182 

183 

(753 

1754 

(754 

1755 

293 

701 

701 

369 

540 

640 

640 

602 



326 
322 
323 

2,73 
406 

612 



Official 

Gazette. 



-94 



97 

94 
95 
95 



94 
97 



► 9? 

96 
95 

95 

97 

97 

94 



-95 
95 



97 
97 
96 
94 
95 
95 
95 
95 
97 
95 
97 
97 
95 
96 
97 
95 
96 
95 



94 

94 
94 
95 
95 

95 



95 



95 
95 
95 
95 
95 
95 



90 



07 
97 



97 
97 



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Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Edmands. Charles H., deceased, Saugus, Mass. ; M. A. Edmands, administratrix. Hammer. 
Edmands, Frank A., Newton, Mass. Letter-file 



Edmands, Mary A., administratrix. (See Edmands, Charles H.) 

Edmiston, James B. (See Borrowman, Edmiston, and Wallace.) 

Edmiston, Samuel J., Greenwich, N. Y. Broom 

Edmonds, Fredrick H., Ridgefield, Wash. Clothes-wringer 

Edmondson, Ira, Blue, Miss. Turf and land cutter 

Edmondson, William H. (See Morgan and Edmondson.) 

Edmondson. William H., Worcester, Mass., assignor, by mesne assignments, of one-haif 
to American Bicycle Company, New York, N. Y., and Jersey City, N. J. Feed-regula- 
tor for boilers 

Edmunds, Eri A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Automatic brake 

Edmundson, William, Denver, Colo. Picture-hook 

Edmundson, William, Denver, Colo. Picture-hanging nail 

Edsall, Seely, Plainfield, N. J. Fishing rod and reel combined 

Edsen, Alfred C, Chicago, 111. Coin-controlled apparatus 

Edson & Co. (See Edson, Julius T., assignor.) 

Edson, Eugene R. (See Powter and Edson.) 

Edson, Eugene R., Cleveland, Ohio. Rendering apparatus 

Edson, Eugene R., Cleveland, Ohio. Extracting oil from fish or other material 

Edson, Eugene R., Cleveland, Ohio. Obtaining a gelatin-yieldable liquid from fish or 
other material 

Edson, Eugene R., assignor to Buckeye Fish Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Fish-car 

Edson, Eugene R., assignor to Buckeye Fish Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Washing or 
cleaning apparatus - 

Edson, Eugene R., and J. D. Clough, Cleveland, Ohio. Cutting-machine 

Edson, Frank C, Leroy, N. Y. Foldable egg-crate. 

Edson, Hubert, Patterson, La. Hay-loader 

Edson, Job A. (See Mertsheimer and Edson.) 

Edson, Julius T., Riverside, assignor to Edson & Co., Chicago, III. Card-case 

Edward Chester & Company. (See Chester. Edward D., assignor.) 

Edward Miller & Company. (See homan, William C, assignor.) 

Edward Miller & Company. (See Williams, Frank T., assignor.) 

Edwards, Arthur, Williamsville, assignor of one-half to J. H. Harty, Mingo, Mo. Beet- 
harvester. 

Edwards, Benjamin E., assignor to Fountain City Drill Company, La Crosse, Wis. Force? 
feed seeding-machine ( 

Edwards, Charley C, Bingham Canyon. Utah. Embroidery-hoop 

Edwards, E. J., et al. (See Sams, Samuel C, assignor.) 

Edwards, Edgar A., Cincinnati, Ohio. Indicating copy-holder 

Edwards, Edgar A., Cincinnati, Ohio. Churn . - 

Edwards, Edward. (See Mason, Everett H., assignor.) 

Edwards, Eugene O., assignor to Fountain City Drill Company, La Crosse, Wis. Grain 
drill.- 

Edwards, Frank W., Logansport, Ind. Lubricator _ 

Edwards, Frank W., Logansport, Ind. Lubricator-feed regulator 

Edwards, Frank W., Logansport, Ind. Lubricator 



675.823 
673,248 



668,631 
668,556 
679,301 



088,773 
680.706 
674,438 
681,500 
681,687 

673,618 



089,471 
689,472 

689,473 
667,203 

CJ8,255 
672,893 
678,649 
664,934 

665,385 



Edwards, Harold, Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of New 

York. Regulation of dynamo-3lectric machines 

Edwards, Isaac L., Aurora, 111. Trace-fastener 

Edwards, Joe D., Washington, D. C. Automatic switch 

Edwards, John. (See Poirrier and Edwards.) 

Edwards, John P., Bar Harbor, Me. Carriage-door latch __ 



Edwards, Joseph T. , Weaverville, Cal. Acetylene-gas generator 

Edwards, Joseph T. , Weaverville, Cal. Acetylene-gas generator 

Edwards, Joseph T., Weaverville, Cal. Reflector 

Edwards, Levi M. (See Haller, Gustav A., assignor.) 

Edwards, M. J., et al. (See King, Phineas F., assignor.) 

Edwards, Oliver M., Syracuse, N. Y. Spring-roller _ 

Edwards, Oliver M., Syracuse, N. Y. Window 

Edwards, R. J. (See Obey, Charles H., assignor.) 

Edwards, Richard J., Galena, 111. Currycomb 

Edwards, Robert L., Ittabena, Miss. Broom-holder 

Edwards, Thomas, assignor of one-half to C. Ranger, Holyoke, Mass. Cinder and ashes 
separator-. — 

Edwards, Thomas C, Philadelphia, Pa. Sad-iron. __ 

Edwards, Thompson V. , assignor to F. H. Cotes, Peoria, 111. Wagon 

Edwards, Thompson V. , assignor to F. H. Cotes, Peoria, 111. Wagon 

Edwards, Victor E., Worcester, Mass. Continuous rolling-mill 

Edwards, Victor E. , assignor to Morgan Construction Company, Worcester, Mass. Reel- 
ing or coiling device for rod or wire mills 

Edwards, William, Schenectady, N. Y. Balanced slide-valve 

Edwards, William R., Weybridge, England. Terminal and binding-screw for electric 
batteries and connections _._ _ 

Edwards, William R., Weybridge, England. Electrically-propelled boat 

Egan, Charles E., Durham, N. C. Pay-telephone 

Egan, William H., Galesburg, 111. Lawn-rake 

Egbert, James H., assignor of one-half to J. S. Hickey, Anaconda, Mont. Stub-axle for^ 
cars - - ) 

Ege, Alexander H. (See Bitner, Henry, Sr., assignor.) 

Ege, Elmer G. (See Caldwell, Jack, assignor.) 

Eger, William F., assignor of one-half to T. W. Loyd, Fort Wayne, Ind. Chemical com- 
pound for treating water 

Egg, Edward, Scandia, Kans. Device for holding tops of boxes open 

Eggeman, Godfrey D., Denver, Colo. Self -heating curling-iron. 

Eggeman, Godfrey D., Toledo, Ohio. Hair-pin _ 

Eggers, Anton C, Brooklyn, assignor to Goodyear India Rubber Glove Mfg. Co., New 
lork, N. Y. Atomizer 

Eggers, Charles L., et al. (See Voss, James M., assignor.) 

Eggert, William, Sherman, Mich. Ratchet-wrench 

Eggleston, Eugene, Derby, assignor to G. M. Finckel, Columbus, Ohio. Machine for 
weaving cross-wires in fences _ .' 



June 4 
Apr. 30 



Feb. 26 
Feb. 19 
July 30 



Dec. 10 
Aug. 20 
May 21 
Aug. 27 
Sept. 3 

May 7 



Dec. 24 
Dec. 24 

Dec. 24 
Feb. 5 

Feb. 19 
Apr. 30 
July 16 
Jan. 1 

Jan. 1 



687,211 


Nov. 26 


669,028 


Feb. 26 


669,915 


Mar. 12 


679,302 
682,588 


July 30 
Sept. 10 


672,476 


Apr. 23 


668,814 
675,204 


Feb. 26 
May 28 


682,981 


Sept. 17 


680,236 
677,345 
667,508 


Aug. 13 
July 2 
Feb. 5 


669,825 


Mar. 12 


672,186 


Apr. 16 


672,187 


Apr. 16 


673,118 


Apr. 30 


667,302 
681,688 


Feb. 5 
Sept. 3 


686,397 
672,599 


Nov. 12 
Apr. 23 


673,833 
679,256 
668,985 
671,187 
675,591 


May 7 
July 23 
Feb. 26 
Apr. 2 
June 4 


667,870 
686,039 


Feb. 12 

Nov. 5 


673,710 
676,738 
675,378 
678.461 


May 7 
June 18 
June 4 
July 16 


687,212 


Nov. 26 


686,688 
664,935 
684,804 
684,805 


Nov. 12 
Jan. 1 
Oct. 22 
Oct. 22 


689,355 


Dec. 17 


686,717 


Nov. 19 


6S3.085 


Oct. 1 



854 
4471 



2520 



2001 
1863 

19K5 



33(16 
3310 

3312 
51 

1997 
3798 
2549 
212 

1028 



2687 
3514 
1577 



184 
C1083 

MU31 



603 
567 
861 



470 
409 
459 

747 

7 

j 114 

| 115 



777 
777 

777 
12 

445 
872 
571 
45 

239 



631 

782 
783 
372 



3849 861 
1678 381 



95 



94 
94 
96 



2996 


(695 
1696 


3070 


685 


3354 


763 


2422 


1548 
(549 


953 


215 


22 


5 


655 


133 


1408 


333 


2424 


(559 
1560 


2427 


(560 
1561 


4250 


975 


248 


52 


28 


8 


1253 


277 


3222 


747 


860 


202 


3738 


835 


3426 


764 


574 


130 


430 


89 


1303 


285 


603 


126 


643 


152 


2647 


595 


18 


4,5 


2154 


486 


2889 


(631 
"|632 


1831 




214 


45 


2575 


589 


2576 


589 


3083 


718 


1880 


417 


470 1 


105 



97 

97 

94 

94 
95 
96 
94 

94 



97 
-94 
94 

96 



•95 

94 
95 

96 



■95 
■95 



95 



97 
94 
97 
97 

97 

97 

97 



2027 
987 



1590. 
1534 
855 



2277 
1455 
1486 
1774 
1870 

1149 



97 2575 



2576 

2577 
1001 

1431 

847 

553 

45 

205 



1613 
1757 
2129 

855 
2213 

655 

1668 
1779 

2384 

1250 

7 

1121 

2094 
527 

528 
942 



1040 
1870 

1237 
705 

1226 
811 

1738 
120 

1948 

1269 
1082 

1181 

2428 
1862 
472 

1613 



1360 
45 
571 
572 

2513 

1386 
97 



122 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED PROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Eggleston, James W., Minneapolis, Minn. Printer's-ink fountain 

Egleton, William H., et al. (See Smith, William J., assignor.) 

Ehlers, Charles, West Hoboken, N. J. Horseshoe-pad 

Ehlers, Johannes W., Hamburg, Germany. Electric railway. 

Ehmann, Jakob, Kearny, and P. H. Stueble, Newark, N. J. Bar seat or stool 

Ehrenkrook, Wymond A. von, Denver, Colo. Automatic railway-crossing gate 

Ehrlich, Friedrich E. P., Leipsic, Germany. Apparatus for automatically producing 

an unlimited number of copies 

Ehrlich, Leo. (See Fassett, Francis K., assignor.) 

Ehrlich, Leo, St. Louis, Mo. Cash-register 

Ehrlich, Leo, St. Louis, Mo., assignor, by mesne assignments, to National Cash Register 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Manual recorder or autographic register 

Eiben, Andrew. (See Kundtz and Eiben. ) 

Eichberg, Rudolph C. (See Hutchison, Maurice F., assignor.) 

Eichelbaum. Georg, Berlin, Germany, assignor to Farbenfabriken of Elberfeld Co., New 
York, N. Y. Producing albumoses 

Eichengriin, Arthur, Elberfeld, Germany, assignor to Farbenfabriken of Elberfeld Co., 
New York, N. Y. Pharmaceutical compound and making same 

Eichengriin, Arthur, Elberfeld, Germany, assignor to Farbenfabriken of Elberfeld Co., 
New York, N. Y. Derivatives of aromatic oxy-aldehydes and making same 

Eichengriin, Arthur, Elberfeld, Germany, assignor to Farbenfabriken of Elberfeld Co., 
New York, N. Y Derivatives of oxycarbonic acid and making same 

Eichenhofer, Friedrich. (See Brown, Jacob S., assignor.) 

Eichenlaub, George, assignor to Thomas Buck and Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Knit-) 
ting-machine _ j 

Eicher, Harry W., Boynton, assignor of five-eighths to G. H. Duncombe and H. G. Will, 
Meyersdale, Pa. Door-lock __ 

Eichert, John, Pittsburg, Pa. Ruler 

Eickelberg, Louis E., Waterloo, Iowa. Bucksaw-frame 

Eickemeyer, Carl, et al., executors. (See Eickemeyer, Rudolf.) 

Eickemeyer, Mary T., et al., executors. (See Eickemeyer, Rudolf.) 

Eickemeyer, Rudolf, deceased; C, M. T., and R. Eickemeyer, Jr., Yonkers, executors, 
assignors to General Electric Company, Schenectady, N. Y. Alternating-current mo- 
tor ._ _ 

Eickworth, Regnier, Lintorf , Germany. Forming sheet-metal tools, such as spades, pans, 
or the like . _ ... 

Eidel, Johann B., Kehl, and G. Hartmann, Strasburg, Germany. Rotary engine 

Eidherr, Edward M., Chicago, 111. Apparatus for making coal-gas 

Eidlitz, Robert J., New York, N. Y. Metallic door-buck 

Eiffert, Fred, Clifton, Mo. Muzzle ... 

Eigen, Benno vom, assignor to A. Goertz & Co., Newark, N. J. Purse or pocket-book 
frame. _ 

Eigen, Benno vom, assignor to A. Goertz & Co., Newark, N. J. Purse or bag frame 

Eighmey, John H, Bowling Green, Ohio. Sucker-rod elevator..- 

Eikmeier, August H. W., near Manning, Iowa. Potato-gatherer 

Eilers, Frederick H., San Francisco, Cal. Terret 

Eimer, August. (See Schwanhausser and Eimer.) 

Einbigler, Rudolf, New York, N. Y. Electric visual-signal apparatus 

Einert, Ernst, Milwaukee, Wis. Bridge-gate 

Einfeldt, Emil, Davenport, Iowa, assignor to Bettendorf Metal Wheel Company, of Illi- 
nois. Making wheels ._. 

Einfeldt, Emil, Davenport, Iowa, assignor to Bettendorf Metal Wheel Company, of Illi- 
nois. Wheel-hub 

Einfeldt, Emil, Davenport, Iowa, assignor to Bettendorf Metal Wheel Company. Wheel- 
hub.. 

Einfeldt, Emil, Davenport, Iowa, assignor to Bettendorf Metal Wheel Company. Ma- 
chine for making metal wheels 

Einfeldt, Emil, Davenport, Iowa, assignor to Bettendorf Metal Wheel Company. Ma- 
chine for truing wheel-rims. ___ 

Einfeldt, Emil, Davenport, Iowa, assignor to Bettendorf Metal Wheel Company. Bend- 
ing-machine - 

Einstein, Alfred C, St. Louis, Mo. Carbid-container for acetylene-gas generators 

Einstein, Alfred C. , St. Louis, Mo. Acetylene-gas generator 

Einstein, Alfred C, St. Louis, Mo. Acetylene-gas generator 

Einstein, Alfred C, St. Louis, Mo. Acetylene-gas generator... - -. 

Einstein, Alfred C, St. Louis, Mo. Acetylene-gas burner 

Einstein, Alfred C, St. Louis, Mo. Acetylene-gas generator 

Einstein, Samuel M. (See Armstrong, Arthur H, assignor.) 

Eisch, Felix, and E. Raczinski, assignors of one-third to N. G. Metschl, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Composition for killing Canada thistles 

Eiseman, Moses H., assignor of one-half to Worms and Loeb, Chicago, 111. Hose-sup- 
porter • 

Eisenbeis, Fritz, Wellesweiler, and F. Garelly, Jr., Saarbriicken, Germany. Stone-cut- 
ting machine 

Eisenbeis, Louis P., Ottumwa, Iowa, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Union Paper) 
Bag Machine Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Paper-bag machine 5 

Eisenhart, Edward H, New York, N. Y Match-making machine - 

Eisenhart, Edward H, New York, N. Y. Automatic weighing-machine 

Eisenhart, Edward H., New York, N. Y. Box-filling machine - 

Eisenhut, Laurence C, New York, N. Y. System of collecting water from wells 

Eiser, George W. (See Barr, James A., assignor.) 

Ekman, CarlF., Marshalltown, Iowa. Fender 

Ekman, Sven S., Pittsburg, Pa. Speed-governing system. '- 

Elam, Jabez, Rochester, N. Y. Shoe-last 

Elbel, Karl, and I. Rosenberg, assignors to Kalle & Co., Biebrich, Germany. Making 
black substantive sulfur dye 



686,718 

683,450 
666,306 
689,863 
671,372 



681,633 
668,169 

682,181 
671,622 
675,543 
675,544 

673,163 

666,219 
678,650 
684,206 



686,040 
673,902 
674,695 
667,620 
671,472 

674,083 

OSN.ftS'.l 
684,982 
683,737 
690,021 

689,711 
683,261 

682,982 

684,207 

686,041 
688,239 



689,609 

664,842 
672,227 
676,791 

680,969 

683,262 

684,048 



669,725 
688,774 
677,444 

687,679 

675,770 
675,771 
686,042 

665,076 

678,232 
676,739 
667,204 

667,689 



Nov. 19 

Oct. 1 
Jan. 22 
Dec. 31 
Apr. 2 

Dec. 17 

Aug. 27 
Feb. 19 



Sept. 10 
Apr. 9 
June 4 
June 4 

Apr. 30 

Jan. 15 
July 16 
Oct. 8 



June 25 

Nov. 5 
May 14 
May 21 
Feb. 5 
Apr. 9 

May 14 

Dec. 17 

Oct. 22 

Oct. 1 

Dec. 31 

Dec. 24 
Sept. 24 

Sept. 17 

Oct. 8 

Nov. 5 
Dec. 3 

Dec. 24 

Dec. 24 

Jan. 1 
Apr. 16 
June 18 

Aug. 20 

Sept. 24 
Oct. 8 

Mar. 12 
Dec. 10 
July 2 

Nov. 26 

June 4 
June 4 

Nov. 5 

Jan. 1 

July 9 
June 18 
Feb. 5 

Feb. 12 



1881 

46 

2777 

4006 

920 

2346 

3612 
1830 



959 
1387 
336 
337 

4337 

2581 
2552 
1453 



3743 
605 



2445 
838 
1112 

1310 
2439 
2900 
566 
4435 

3763 
2910 

2428 

1454 

605 



3573 
3574 

22 

2512 
2735 

2362 

2911 
1167 



1216 
2003 
203 

379S 

742 
749 
607 

464 



2649 
52 

960 



(417 
1418 

14 
644 
950 
209 

541 

(803 
1804 
(409 
"(410 



(998 
1 999 

600 
571 



843 

126 

229 
564 
178 
257 

304 

563 

666 

124 

1021 



667 
549 



126 
(231 
(232 

839 

(839 

1840 

6 

579 

617 

(519 

1520 

668 

258 



470 

50 

f838 

1839 

1840 

[841 

( 157 

158 

159 

160 

(127 

(128 

106 

107 

108 

389 

(595 

1596 

12 



-97 



94 

07 



97 

-96 
-94 



95 

95 
95 

-95 

94 
96 
97 

95 

97 
95 
95 
94 
95 

95 

97 
97 
97 
97 

97 



97 

97 
j-97 

97 

-97 

94 
95 
95 



96 
97 



94 

97 



-97 



[■95 
[95 



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96 



94 
94 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Elbel, Karl, and I. Rosenberg, assignors to Kalle and Company, Biebrich, Germany. 

Black trisazo dye and making same 

Elbers, Alexander D., Hoboken. N. J. Treating blast-furnace slag in its molten state 

Elden, Leonard L., Boston, Mass. Circuit-breaker 

Elder, Horace W., Dawkins, Colo. Head-gate 



Elder, Joseph, Peoria, assignor to P. Hein, Chicago, 111. Draft-rigging for locomotives.. 

Eldred, Ward, Carrollton, 111. Gate-hinge _ 

Eldred, Ward, Carrollton, 111. Wagon-box _ 

Eldredge, Eli H., Yeadon, Pa. Combined indicator and paper-holder for type-writers... 
Eldredge, Frank M. (See Daningburg, William J., assignor.) 

Eldredge, William A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Brush. 

Eldridge, Hilliary, Memphis, Tenn. Acetylene-gas generator 

Electric Axle Light and Power Company. (See Waddell, Montgomery, assignor.) 
Electric Axle Light & Power Company. (See Gilbert and Wheeler, assignors.) 
Electric Boat Company. (See Holland, John P., assignor.) 
Electric Boat Company. (See Lloyd, Robert M., assignor.) 

Electric Controller and Supply Company. (See Eastwood, Arthur C, assignor.) 
Electric Controller and Supply Company. (See McGeorge, John, assignor.) 
Electric Gas Lighting Company. (See Thomson, Henry C., assignor.) 
Electric Lighting Boards. (See Halford, Julian A., assignor.) 
Electric Metal Locating Company. (See McClatchey, Augustus F., assignor.) 
Electric Resistance and Heating Co. (See Bachmann and Vogt, assignors.) 
Electric Resistance & Heating Company. (See Swinburne, James, assignor.) 
Electric Resistance & Heating Company. (See Vogt, Adolf, assignor.) , 
Electric Smelting and Aluminum Company. (See Cowles, Alfred H., assignor.) 
Electric Storage Battery Company. (SeeEntz, Justus B., assignor.) 
Electric Storage Battery Company. (See Woodbridge, Joseph L., assignor.) 
Electric Tripartite Steel Pole Company. (See Conger, George V. A., assignor.) 
Electric Typewriter Company. (See Ennis, George H., assignor.) 
Electric Vehicle Company. (See Alden, Herbert W., assignor.) 
Electric Vehicle Company. (See Condict, George H, assignor.) 
Electric Vehicle Company. (See Garrels and Kimball, assignors.) 
Electrical Appliance Company. (See Stephens, Barrington S., assignor.) 
Electrical Inkless Printing Syndicate. (See Friese-Greene, William, assignor.) 
Electrical Inkless Printing Syndicate. (See Friese-Greene and Knell, assignors.) 
Electrical Lead Reduction Company. (See Knauf, Paul W.. assignor.) 
Electrical Safety Traction Company. (See Dion, Leon, assignor.) 
Electro Dynamic Company. (See Pfatischer and Bedell, assignors.) 
Electro-Magnetic Traction Company. (See Chapman, William, assignor.) 
Electro-Magnetic Traction Company. (See Woods, Granville T., assignor.) 
Electro-Mechanical Improvement Company. (See Faller, Ernest A., assignor.) 
Electro-Therapeutic Manufacturing Company. (See Cook, Charles H., assignor.) 
Elevator Traveling Oiler Company. (See Woodard, James H., assignor.) 
Elger, William D. (See Schneider, Carl, assignor.) 

Elgin, Gustavus S., Platte City, and D. Adkins, Newmarket, Mo. Drag-saw 

Elias, Jacob J., assignor of one-half to M. L. Brede, Chicago, 111. Cap for milk-jars 

Eliet, Constant, Lorient, France, assignor to himself, and G. L. Mouchel, London, Eng-> 

land. Concrete floor ( 

Elinoff, Harry, Pittsburg, Pa. Ledger or account-book 

Elk Manufacturing and Vending Company. (See Cody, Don E., assignor.) 

Elkins, Charles D., Pine Bluff, Ark. Shingling-bracket _ 

Elkins, George L., Wharton, Tex. Acetylene-gas generator 

Elkins, Port B., Pittsburg, Pa. Coking-furnace 

Ellenbecker, John, Port Washington, Wis. Revolving chair _ 

Ellenbecker, John, Port Washington, Wis. Revolving chair 

Ellenbecker, John, Port Washington, Wis. Revolving chair 

Ellenberger, Walter E. (See Hornsey, Ellenberger, and Duty.) 

Ellicott, Edward B., assignor to Western Electric Company, Chicago, 111. Electromagnet. 

Ellicott, Edward B., and W. Carroll, Chicago, 111. Lamp-post 

Ellicott, Joseph R., et al. (See Normand, Joseph E., assignor.) 

Ellifrits, William S., assignor of one-half to G. W. Webb, Martins Ferry, Ohio. Nut-lock. 

Ellinger, Emanuel. (See Ivery, John W., assignor.) 

Ellinger, J. Harry. (See Meenan, Peter F., assignor.) 

Ellinger, Julian O., Baltimore, Md. Fireproof building structure 

Ellings, Theron N., New York, N. Y., assignor to F. M. White, Boston, Mass. Ventilated 

shoe 



671,543 

675,0(15 
680,652 
655,077 

671,939 

687,733 
687,734 
667,690 

671,722 
6S8,611 



Elliot, Henry, St. Louis, Mo. Railway-frog. 

Elliot, Henry, St. Louis, Mo. Railway-frog _ 

Elliot, Joseph J., Denver, assignor of one-half to T. B. Attebery, Boulder, Colo. Miner's 
combination-tool 

Elliott and Hatch Book Typewriter Company. (See Eylar, Matthew S., assignor. ) 

Elliott and Hatch Book Typewriter Company. (See Smith, Charles F., assignor.) 

Elliott, Charles B., Los Angeles, Cal. Axis-finder for lenses _. 

Elliott Company. (See Elliott, Sterling, assignor.) 

Elliott, Crawford, New York, N. Y., assignor to Elliott & Hatch Book Typewriter Com-"/ 
pany, of New York. Type-writing machine <, 

Elliott, Edward E., Chicago, 111. Underskirt. 

Elliott, Elmer G., and V. Kishner, Perth Amboy, N. J. Electrolytic production of cath- 
ode-plates - 

Elliott, Elmer G., and V. Kishner, Perth Amboy, N. J. Plate-separating device for elec- 
trolytic tanks 

Elliott, Gilbert R., Boston, Mass. Rotary valve 

Elliott, Gilbert R., Boston, Mass. Rotary valve 

Elliott & Hatch Book Typewriter Company. (See Elliott. Crawford, assignor.) 
Elliott & Hatch Book Typewriter Company. (See Hillard, Frederic W., assignor.) 
Elliott, Henry C, Coushatta, assignor of three-fourths to W. H. Elliott, J. D. Hunter. 

and W. A. Long, Parish of Red River, La. Distributer for fertilizers 

Elliott, Homer P. (See Seagrave and Elliott.) 
Elliott, James M. (See Brown and Elliott.) 

Elliott, Millard F., Philadelphia, Pa. Automatic fire-extinguisher 

Elliott, Milo A., Waterville, Me. Saw-horse 

Elliott, Percival W. (See Lafrenitire, Joseph D., assignor.) 

Elliott, Ralph W., assignor of one-half to F. P. Baker, Oakley, Cal. Compressed-air 

pump 



684,500 
666,743 

681,364 

681,046 

677,645 
670,101 
668,402 
674,912 
679,958 
682,844 

683,451 
673,001 

676,678 



667,871 

682,182 
677,646 
677,647 

675,058 



685,828 

665,774 
671,132 

683,263 

684,049 
674,263 
676.179 



685,119 



666,604 
685.445 



Apr. 9 
May 28 
Aug. 13 
Jan. 1 

Apr. 9 

Dec. 3 
Dec. 3 
Feb. 12 

Apr. 9 
Dec. 10 



Oct. 15 
Jan. 29 

Aug. 27 

Aug. 20 

July 2 

Mar. 19 
Feb. 19 
May 28 
Aug. 6 
Sept. 17 

Oct. 1 
Apr. 30 

June 18 



Feb. 12 

Sept. 10 
July 2 
July 2 

May 28 



Nov. 5 

Jan. 8 
Apr. 2 

Sept. 24 

Oct. 8 
May 14 
June 11 

Oct. 22 



Jan. 22 
Oct. 29 



1251 
3:356 
1717 
470 

1967 

46 

47 

961 

1585 
1721 



764 

377 

109 

(455 

(456 

11 

11 

210 

367 

406 



671,209 i Apr. 2 



2010 
3644 

3106 

2510 

567 
1944 

2202 

2820 
466 
2178 

47 
4019 

2531 



1305 

960 
570 
571 

3073 

201 

1803 
423 

2912 

1168 
1634 
1552 

3170 



H35!i 
3784 



453 
841 
689 
690 
556 

135 

449 
506 
644 
98 
492 

14 
922 

566 



285 

216 
135 
136 

702 



40 

(414 

1415 
100 



258 
(377 
'(378 

347 



727 



779 
871 



137 



95 
95 
96 
94 

p95 

97 
97 
94 

95 
97 



97 
94 

-96 

96 



94 
94 
95 
96 



97 
95 



94 

96 
96 
96 

95 



97 

j- 94 

95 

96 

97 
- 95 
95 



97 



94 
97 



95 



255 
1397 

2188 



692 



728 
844 



129 



124 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Elliott, Richard C. (See Holliwell and Elliott.) 

Elliott, Robert B. , Sugarridge, Ohio. Combined wagon box and rack 

Elliott, Robert H., Carthage, Mo. Clothes-line reel 

Elliott, Robert M., Homestead, Pa. Sash-cord guide 

Elliott, Sterling, Boston, Mass. Steam-boiler. 

Elliott, Sterling, Boston, Mass. Device for coupling bicycles 

Elliott, Sterling, assignor to Elliott Company, Boston, Mass. Holder for stencils, &c 

Elliott, Sterling, assignor to Elliott Company, Boston, Mass. Sorting-plates 

Elliott, W. H., et al. (See Elliott, Henry C, assignor.) 

Elliott, W. H., et al. (See Smith, Gary B., assignor.) 

Elliott, William N., Memphis, Tenn. Sawmill log-turner 

Ellis. Alvirus L., Chicago, 111. Terminal for electric conductors 

Ellis, Benjamin F., Berkeley, Cal. Tank 

Ellis, Charles S., assignor to Doan & Gates Company, Chicago, 111. Upholsterer's tuft- 
ing-table 

Ellis, Edgar H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Fire-extinguisher 

Ellis, George H., Chicago, assignor, by mesne assignments, to W. Deering, Evanston 
111. Manufacture of twine from unretted flax-straws 

Ellis, George H., Chicago, assignor to W. Deering, Evanston, 111. Flax-sliver. 

Ellis, George V., assignor to T. F. Kenney, New York, N. Y. Automatic starting appa- 
ratus. 

Ellis, James H. (See Mohr and Ellis. ) 

Ellis, John F. L., Belden, Pa. Gate _ 

Ellis, Josephine, Penn Yan, N. Y. Window-washer 

Ellis, Mary H., executrix. (See Ellis, William C.) 

Ellis, Millard F., Ghent. Ky. Animal-poke 

Ellis, Pearis B., and A. Y. Werner, Carson City, Nev. Substitute for rubber and pro- 
ducing same. 

Ellis, Robert W., New York, N. Y. Veterinary dental float 

Ellis, Warren E., Haverhill, Mass. Fastening for shoe-uppers 

Ellis, William. (See Drees, Micheal A., assignor.) 

Ellis. William C, deceased; M. H. Ellis, executrix, assignor of one-half to S. Mawhinney,i 
Worcester, Mass. Piano-action < 

Ellis, William C, deceased; M. H. Ellis, executrix, assignor of one-half to S. Mawhinney,< 
Worcester, Mass. Piano key mechanism _ J 

Ellis, William F., and E. C. Davis, assignors to Davis Tire Company, Springfield, Mass. 
Vehicle- wheel 

Ellison, George. (See Powers, William, assignor.) 

Ellithorp, Orren S., Chicago, 111. Tongue-truck for harvesters 

Ellram, Woldemar, Simferopol, Russia. Production of sealing and bottle-closing wax .. 

Ellstrom, Gustaf, Fitchburg, Mass. Ejector for drop-down guns 

Ellsworth, Clara B., Cincinnati, Ohio. Supporting-collar for ladies' neckwear 

Ellsworth, John J., East Tawas, Mich. Cutter-bar 

Ellsworth, Jonathan F., Hyannis, Nebr. Snap-hook 

Ellsworth, Jonathan F., Hyannis, Nebr. Mower 

Elmblad, Hjalmar, assignor to Surerus and Greenhill, Chicago, 111. Lettering or hand-i 
printing machine. \ 

Elmendorf, Albert, Chicago, 111. Heating device '. 

Elmendorf, Albert, Chicago, assignor of one-fourth to R. J. Cox, Blue Island, 111. Heat- 
ing device for liquids.. ._ 

Elmer, Harry H., J. L. Clough, and A. M. Glossbrenner, assignors to Levey Brothers 
and Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Card-ledger 

Elmore, Alexander S., London, England. Separating mineral substances by the selec- 
tive action of oil 

Elmore, Francis E., Leeds, England. Separating metallic from rocky constituents of 
ores -_ 

Elmqvist, Hugo, Florence, Italy. Molding composition 

Elmsley, Remiqius. (See McCollum, Thomas E., assignor.) 

Elrod, Dixon, San Francisco, Cal. Combined try-square, circle-square, and bevel 

Eisner, Hermann. (See Schmidt and Eisner.) 

Elston, George L. (See Pearce, Charles, assignor.) 

Elterich, Paul O., Chicago, 111., assignor to E. M. von Varel, New York, N. Y. Rifled 
bullet-shell for shotguns 

Eltzroth, George W., assignor of one-half to S. B. Beshore, Marion, Ind. Railway-tie . . . 

Elward, John H., Peoria, 111. Planter 

Elward, John H., Peoria, 111. Pneumatic stacker 

Elward, John H., Pretty Prairie, Kans. Planter and drill 

El well, James A., assignor of one-half to C. P. Cartwright, Seattle, Wash. Piano-pedal . 

Ely, Charles C, New York, N. Y. Bag.... 

Ely, Charles C, New York, N. Y. Index scrap-book and leaves therefor. 

Ely, Heman. (See Taylor, Arthur E., assignor.) 
Ely, John S. (See Wisner and Ely. ) 

Ely, William, Providence, R. I. Electric switch 

Emans, John, Ottawa, Ohio. Combined corn-husking bench and fodder-binder 

Emans, John, Ottawa, Ohio. Corn-husking implement and twine-cuttar. 

Emeis, Henry T., Salt Lake City, Utah. Hernial truss 

Emenaker, Joseph, assignor of one-half to F. M. Fitterer, Lawrenceburg, Ind. Thill- 
coupling 

Emerick, George S., Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for burning pulverized fuel 

Emerick, George S., Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for feeding fine fuel into furnaces . . 

Emerson, Benjamin F. (See Martin and Emerson.) 

Emerson Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Meston, Charles R., assignor.) 

Emersou, Howard B., Everett, Mass. Razor-strop '- 

Emerson, Isaiah W., Milford, Mass. Fireproof door or shutter 

Emerson, John H., Quincy, 111. Collar-fastener 

Emerson Manufacturing Company. (See Waterman, Lewis E., assignor.) 
Emerson, Ralph, et al. (See Burson, William W., assignor.') 

Emerson, Steven, Philadelphia, Pa. Hat-pouncing machine 

Emerson, Thomas, Newport, R. I. Holder for telephone-receivers 

Emerson, Thomas J., Shuler, Ark. Vehicle-brake ,.. 



No. 


■ Date. 


Monthly 
volume. 


Official 
Gazette. 


o 

a 
ft 

GO 


60 


"3 
> 


60 

ca 


681,204 
680,320 
686,513 


Aug. 27 
Aug. 13 
Nov. 12 


2801 
1100 
1485 


622 

244 
330 


96 
96 
97 


1664 
1279 
1289 


676,033 


June 11 


1259 


(281 
(282 


J- 95 


2128 


676,535 


June 18 


2270 


J 504 
|505 


[■95 


2350 


676,032 


June 11 


1258 


281 


95 


2127 


676,034 


June 11 


1261 


(282 
1283 


[95 


2128 


681,047 
666,744 
683,391 


Aug. 20 
Jan. 29 
Sept. 24 


2511 
3645 
3133 


556 

841 

717 


96 
94 
96 


1584 

803 

2550 


680,575 
685,586 


Aug. 13 
Oct. 29 


1565 

4041 


344 
926 


96 
97 


1372 
893 


679,694 
679,695 


July 30 
July 30 


4613 
4614 


1035 
1035 


96 
96 


1015 
1015 


681,048 


Aug. 20 


2512 


556 


96 


1585 


676,429 
674,366 


June 18 
May 21 


2065 
1842 


458 
426 


95 
95 


2309 
1458 


682,049 


Sept. 3 


737 


159 


96 


2010 


685,038 
669.744 
688,297 


Oct. 22 
Mar. 12 
Dec. 10 


3013 
1261 
1132 


299 
260 


97 

94 
97 


661 

2066 
2098 


670,150 


Mar. 19 


2040 


(473 
|474 


j-94 


2242 


670,151 


Mar. 19 


2045 


(474 
|475 


j-94 


2242 


688,399 


Dec. 10 


1309 


301 


97 


2133 


679,836 
666,046 
670,985 
668,040 
690.251 
676,981 


Aug. 6 
Jan. 15 
Apr. 2 
Feb. 12 
Dec. 31 
June 25 


227 

2298 
112 
1581 
4854 
3126 


48 

27 
353 
1121 
698 


96 
94 
95 
94 
97 
95 


1088 
502 
26 
1326 
2907 
2539 


681,446 


Aug. 27 


3263 


( 725 
1726 


{-96 


1755 


679,556 


July 30 


4366 


(980 

1981 

348 


{- 96 


961 


676,180 


June 11 


1555 


95 


2189 


687,735 


Dec. 3 


48 


11 


97 


1852 


684,567 


Oct. 15 


2113 


478 


97 


459 


689,070 


Dec. 17 


2595 


600 


97 


2413 


676,679 
668,095 


June 18 
Feb. 12 


2532 
1678 


566 


95 
94 


2402 
1345 


687,521 


Nov. 26 


3481 


767 


97 


1735 


672,824 
675,003 
687,736 


Apr. 23 
May 28 
Dec. 3 


3653 

2972 
49 


839 

681 

12,13 


95 
95 
97 


797 

1702 
1853 


688,400 


Dec. 10 


1311 


J 301 
1302 


{■97 


2134 


688,940 


Dec. 17 


2349 


(541 
J542 


j-97 

96 
95 
96 


2367 


681,390 
676,578 
679,734 


Aug. 27 
June 18 
Aug. 6 


3154 

2342 

34 


702 

524 

10 


1733 
2364 
1049 


665,514 
679,735 
680,030 
675,131 


Jan. 8 
Aug. 6 
Aug. 6 
May 28 


1328 

36 

582 

3235 


806 

10 

127 

735 


94 
96 
96 
95 


281 
1050 
1158 
1755 


666,620 
666,862 
689,579 


Jan. 22 
Jan. 29 
Dec. 24 


3387 
3896 
3525 


785 
895 
826 


94 
94 
97 


734 

850 
2619 


667,905 
670,858 
679,118 


Feb. 13 
Mar. 26 
July 23 


1366 
3324 
3482 


299 

785 
778 


94 
94 
96. 


1283 

2518 

758 


667,074 
671,473 
683,027 


Jan. 29 
Apr. 9 
Sept. 24 


4305 
1113 

2507 


992 
257 
569 


94 
95 
96 


931 

251 
2421 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



125 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Emerson, Victor H. (See Capps and Emerson.) 

Emery, Albert H., Stamford, Conn. Traverse-indicator 

Emery, Albert H., Stamford, Conn. Indicating the traverse of gun-carriages 

Emery, Albert H., Stamford, Conn. Gun-carriage traverse-indicator 

Emery, Charles B., Somerville, Mass. Flushing apparatus 

Emery, Charles H. , assignor to Sea Coast Packing Company, Eastport, Me. Drier 

Emery, James A., Atlanta. Ga. Telltale for rail-bonds 

Emery, John H., and W. H. Stewart, Jr., Claysville, Pa. Combined butcher-knife and 
saw 



Emery, Necy O., Paducah, Ky. Comb __ _ 

Emery, Plato G., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Curtain Supply Com- 
pany, of New Jersey. Fixture for window curtains or shades. (Reissue) 

Emery, Victor J., Wollaston Heights, Mass. Float-valve 

Emery, Victor J., Wollaston Heights, Mass. Pressure-regulator 

Emery, Walter E. , West Chicago, 111. Switch-locking device 

Emery, Wilber, East St. Louis, 111. Barbed-wire machine 



Emily, Royal K., Manchester, Minn. Device for use in making butter 

Emmerich, Rudolf, Munich, Germany. Preserving meats 

Emmert, Charles S., Chicago 111. Device for applying liauid dressing 

Emmet, William L. R. (See Moody and Emmet.) 

Emmet, William L. R., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of) 

New York. Cut-out ] 

Emmet, William L. R., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of 

New York. Insulated electric conductor 

Emmet, William L. R., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of 

New York. Insulating electric conductor ^__ 

Emmet, William L. R., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of 

New York. Means for equalizing the speed of shafts --- 

Emmet, William L. R., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of 

New York. Electric fuse _ 

Emming, Carl, Weidenau, Germany. Weighing-machine for railway-trucks 

Emmons, Edwin J., Brandon, Canada. Actuating mechanism for retaining-valves in) 

air-brake systems _ ) 

Emmons, Grosvenor. (See Mills, Francis A., assignor.) 

Emmons, Robert D., Meridian, Miss. Hay-press . 

Emmott, Walter, Halifax, England. Regulating device for electric currents 

Empey, William J. (See Cantrell and Empey.) 

Empire Drill Company. (See Mason, Charles H., assignor.) 

Empire Engine and Motor Company. (See Barrett, William F., assignor.) 

Empire Laundry Machinery Company. (See Hoyt, Charles R., assignor.) 

Empire Metallic Bedstead Company. (See Baynes, Edward C, assignor.) 

Empire Plow Company. (See Haiman, Elias, assignor.) 

Empire Time Recorder Company. (See Heene, Edward G., assignor.) 

Emrich, Herman W. (See De Long and Emrich.) 

En Holm, Oscar A., Pleasantville, assignor of one-half to H. W. Hedge, New York, N. Y. 
Electric clock __ 

Enders, Eduard, Dusseldorf, Germany. Hat-fastener _ 

Endicott, Edwin E. (See Linville and Endicott.) 

Endicott, William W. , assignor of one-half to S. B. Hermann, Myrtlepoint, Oreg. Wagon- 
rim adjuster __ 

Endruweit, Carl, Berlin, Germany. Making metal paper in endless strips 

Eneas, Aubrey G., Boston, Mass. Storage battery _ 

Eneas, Aubrey G., Boston, Mass., assignor to Solar Motor Company, Boston, Mass., and) 

Jersey City, N. J. Solar generator 5 

Eneas, Aubrey G., Boston. Mass., assignor to Solar Motor Company, Boston, Mass., and) 

Jersey City, N. J. Solar generator 5 

Engberg, Carl, assignor to A. W. Wells and J. W. Mullen, St. Joseph. Mich. Paper box. 

Engberg, Carl, assignor to J. W. Mullen and A. W. Wells, St. Joseph, Mich. Box-making) 

machine _ 5 

Engdall, Gust, Chicago. 111. Furnace-charging mechanism _ _ 

Enge, Herman, West Berkeley, Cal. Explosive-engine. 

Enge, Wendelin, Hohentengen, Germany. Apparatus for treating leg defects 

Engebretson, Iver M. (See Lee, Theodore E., assignor.) 

Engel, Albert W., Chicago, 111. Picture-mounting 

Engel, Godfrey, Baltimore, Md. Valve for centrifugal machines 

Engel, John J., et al. (See Walker, William S., assignor.) 

Engelbrecht, Carl R., Essen, Germany. Chair 

Engelbrecht, Matthaiis. Munich, Germany. Ironing-machine 

Engelhard, Frank and F. H., Springfield, Mass. Flush-tank and means for operating same 

Engelhard, Frederick H. (See Engelhard, Frank and F. H.) 

Engelhardt, Frederick, assignor to Roth and Engelhardt, St. Johnsville, N. Y. Auto-; 

pneumatic piano-player _ 1 

Engelhardt, Louis H., assignor of one-half to H. M. McNelly. Everett, Mass., and M. Gal-' 

lert, Waterville, Me. Electromagnet-motor _ _ 

Engelhardt, Valdemar, Copenhagen, Denmark. Boat 

Engelmann, George F., Chicago, 111. Weighing and sorting machine 

Engelmann, Johannes K. (See Tzschucke and Engelmann.) 

Engelmann, Rudolf, New York, N. Y. Drawing-board _ 

Engers, Jacob, Houston, Tex. Gasket __ 

England, John, and M. Hutchinson, London, Canada. Seat-post and clamp 

England, Richard A., and H. Roberts, Bingley, England. Cloth-cutting or like machine 

Englar, Preston B., Taneytown,.Md. Mail-box 

Engle, Albert A. (See Bartholomew, George E., assignor.) 

Engle, Francis M., Sweetwater, 111. Land-marker 

Engle, Jacob S., Corsicana, Tex. Belt tightener and stretcher 

Engle, Perry. (See Van Court, Robert E., assignor.) 

Englebright, Frederick A., Farmiugton, Iowa. Door-hanger 

Englen, Frederick J., Omaha, Nebr. Cut-off valve 

Englen, Frederick J., assignor of one-half to D. Cameron, Omaha, Nebr. Filling and 

weighing apparatus 



668,601 

668,602 
669,898 
665,887 
683,91!) 
673,765 

667,872 
670,894 

11,912 
667,075 
675,854 
676,792 

689,712 

674,200 
680,374 
666,847 

665,888 

666,003 

666,004 

671,270 

671,271 
683,392 

670,272 

670,421 
669,362 



681.779 
678,723 



669,937 
676,357 
665,195 
670,916 

670,917 

665,731 

667,009 
665,196 
686,806 
683,738 

675,558 
688,941 



Feb. 19 
Feb. 19 
Mar. 12 
Jan. 15 
Oct. 8 
May 7 

Feb. 12 

Mar. 26 

June 4 
Jan. 29 
June 4 
June 18 

Dec. 24 

May 14 
Aug. 13 
Jan. 29 

Jan. 15 

Jan. 15 
Jan. 15 

Apr. 2 

Apr. 2 

Sept. 24 

Mar. 19 

Mar. 26 
Mar. 5 



Sept. 3 
July 16 



Mar. 12 
June 11 
Jan. 1 
Mar. 26 

Mar. 26 

Jan. 8 

Jan. 29 
Jan. 1 
Nov. 19 
Oct. 1 

June 4 
Dec. 17 



667,076 Jan. 29 



669,213 
688,942 

689,864 

673,980 

i;s:,.8-:;i 

667,977 

673,201 
673,865 
670,414 

680,847 

670,705 
688,240 



668,557 
674.201 



Mar. 5 
Dec. 17 



Dec. 31 

May 14 
Nov. 5 
Feb. 12 

Apr. 30 
May 14 
Mar. 19 
Feb. 26 
Aug. 20 

Mar. 26 
Dec. 3 

Feb. 26 
Feb. 19 

May 14 



2632 
2631 
1542 
2024 
915 
738 

1307 
3387 

958 
4306 

916 
2736 

3764 

1524 
1201 
3856 



2026 

2217 

2218 

740 

742 
3134 

2279 

2564 
533 



244 

2673 



1611 
1934 
709 
3424 

3434 

1725 

4162 
713 

2084 
567 

362 
2354 

4307 

267 
2355 

4097 

1110 
201 
1486 

4394 

918 

2551 

26'. '5 

2138 

3064 
1007 

3427 

2521 



590 
591 
364 
470 
205 
175 

286 
804 

211 

992 
201 
618 
1884 
I 885 
352 

w 



(470 
)471 

510 

510 

165 

165 

718 

1531 

1532 

(598 

1599 

122 



47 
602 



379 
428 
429 
158 
813 
814 
814 
815 
396 
397 
963 
964 
159 
462 
463 
125 

77 
543 

(992 

1 993 

59 

543 

(950 
(951 

259 
40 



1014 
216 
595 
603 



719 
232 



765 
567 



1525 353 



94 
94 
94 
94 
97 



94 
94 

95 
94 
95 
95 

[■97 

95 
96 
94 

J- 94 

94 
94 



95 
96 

[94 

^94 
94 



96 



94 
-95 

94 
-94 

L94 j 2543 

[■ 94 365 

[■ 94 901 

94 143 
1 97 1434 

97 117 

95 1933 
97 2368 

{-94 j 931 

94 1846 
97 2368 

j-97 

95 
97 
94 

95 
95 
94 

94 



94 
94 



126 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



English, Harvey, Albany, Ga. Seed-planting and fertilizer-distributing machine 

English, Henry 0., Wilmington, Del. Water-heater 

English, Peter, Benton Harbor, Mich., and L. Cooney, Jr., assignors of three-fourths to 
P. E. Berger, Chicago, 111., and F. W. Gridley, Syracuse, N. Y. Rotary engine 

English, Peter, Benton Harbor, Mich., and L. Cooney, Jr., Chicago, assignors of three- 
fourths to P. E. Berger, Chicago Ridge, 111., and F. W. Gridley, Syracuse, N. Y. Ro- 
tary engine.-- --- _ 

Englund, Ernst E., Moline, 111., assignor to D. M. Sechler Carriage Company, of Illinois. 
Corn-planter . _ _ 

Engsberg, William A. (See Crawford, Frank E., assignor.) 

Engstrom, CarlM., Ossipee, N. H. Hand drilling -machine for drilling stone _.. 

Engstrom, Frank H., Cambridge Springs, Pa. Combination-tool 

Enners, George N., New York, N. Y. Alarm for refrigerator-pans 

Ennis, Frank, Clare, Iowa. Oiling attachment for trombones 

Ennis, George H., Troy, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Electric Typewriter Com-) 
pany, Buffalo, N. Y. Electric type-writer 5 

Ennis, George H., assignor to J. D. Ennis, Troy, N. Y. Heating and ventilation of build- 
ings 

Ennis, Jessie D. (See Ennis, George H., assignor.) 

Ennis, John E , Chicago, 111. Tunneling-machine 

Ennis, Thomas A., Alread, Ark. Scale - 

Eno, Henry C, assignor of one-fourth to G. H. Russell, Pittsfield, Mass. Overhead 

trolley - 

Enoch, Carl, Hamburg, Germany. Making silicofluorids 

Enock, Arthur G., Willesden, England. Compressor and pump 

Enos, Charles W., assignor of one-half to J. Boettner, Jr., Peabody, Mass. Flue-cleaner 

Enos, Emilius, Racine, Wis. Folding scaffold _ _ 

Enquist, Fredrik L., Stockholm, Sweden. Lock 

Enright, Henry M., New York, N. Y. Tracer .._ 

Ensign, George A., assignor to Defiance Machine Works, Defiance, Ohio. Automatic 
hoop-stock equalizing, lapping, and pointing machine 

Ensign, George A., assignor to Defiance Machine Works, Defiance, Ohio. Spoke-finish-) 
ing machine --. _ __ .) 

Ensign, George A., assignor to Defiance Machine Works, Defiance, Ohio. Polishing-ma- 
chine 

Ensign, George A., assignor to Defiance Machine Works, Defiance, Ohio. Automatic 
spoke facing and tapering machine 

Ensign, George A., assignor to Defiance Machine Works, Defiance, Ohio. Speed-chang- 
ing mechanism -_- 

Ensign, George A., assignor to Defiance Machine Works, Defiance, Ohio. Felly-planing 
machine _ 

Ensign, George A., assignor to Defiance Machine Works, Defiance, Ohio. Turning and) 
boring lathe _ ) 

Ensign, George A., assignor to Defiance Machine Works, Defiance, Ohio. Wood-turning 
lathe.. , 

Ensign, George L. (See Chapman and Ensign.) 

Enterprise Machine Company. (See Westman, Emil, assignor.) 

Enterprise Manufacturing Company of Pennsylvania. (See Brown,John W..Jr., assignor.) 

Enterprise Manufacturing Company of Pennsylvania. (See Brown and Schellenbach, 
assignors. ) 

Enterprise Manufacturing Company of Pennsylvania. ( See Hopkins, Cabel B., assignor.) 

Enterprise Manufacturing Company of Pennsylvania. (See Mosher, Charles P., assignor.) 

Enterprise Manufacturing Company of Pennsylvania. (See Schellenbach, William L., 
assignor.) 

Enterprise Silk Company. (See Brauch and Wellen, assignors.) 

Entrekin, Samuel W., Philadelphia, Pa. Bottle-opener 

Entwisle, Edward B. (See Ott and Entwisle.) 

Entwisle, Edward B. , Johnstown, Pa. , assignor to Lorain Steel Company, of Pennsylvania. 
Railway-switch stand __. 

Entwisle, Edward B.-, Johnstown, Pa., assignor to Lorain Steel Company. Railway- 
track structure. _ _ __ 

Entz, Justus B., assignor to Electric Storage Battery Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Stor- 
age battery _ 

Entz, Justus B., assignor to Electric Storage Battery Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Stor- 
age battery __ 

Entz, Justus B., assignor to Electric Storage Battery Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Elec- 
trical distribution 

Enyeart, John L., Turtle Creek, Pa. Sprayer - 

Enzinger, Karl, assignor to Filter und Brautechnische Maschinen Fabrik Actien-Gesell- 
schaf t, vormals L. A. Enzinger, Worms, Germany. Producing filtering material 

Enzinger, Karl, assignor to Filter- & Brautechnische Maschinen-Fabrik Akt. Ges., vorm. 
L. A. Enzinger, Worms, Germany. Pressure-regulator for pumps 

Enzler, Adelia M., Fruita, Colo. Colander _ 

Epler, James T. (See Thurlow and Epler.) 

Epple, Carl H., New York, N. Y., assignor to L. Epple, Boston, Mass. Advertising- 
rack .._ 

Epple, Louis. (See Epple, Carl H., assignor.) 

Eppler, Ferdinand, Berlin, Germany. Metal ornamentation 

Eppright, George J., Manor, Tex. Shutter attachment 

Epps, Orlo, Washington, D. C. Dry-dock 

Epstein, Eugene J., St. Louis, Mo. Cigar-cutter 

Epstein, Moses. (See Walcoff and Epstein. ) 

Epstein, Wilhelm, and E. Rosenthal, Frankfort-on-the-Main. Germany. Brown sulfur 
dye and making same __ i 

Epworth Gas Light & Heating Co. (See White and Harbaugh, assignors.) 

Equitable Specialty Company. (See Evans, Lyman H., assignor.) 

Eral, Frank R., Pocahontas, Iowa. Hay-rack coupling 

Erben, Hermann F. T. (See Hewlett and Erben.) 

Erben, Hermann F. T., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of New 
York. Magnet-coil 

Erben, Walter, Philadelphia, Pa. Extracting grease from wool 

Erben, Walter, Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for separating solvent vapor from air 



No. 



688,075 
665,197 

680,478 



680,479 

679,557 

665,364 
677,964 
666,047 
677,965 

681,957 
690,252 



690,137 

687,213 

673,766 
672,210 

679,716 

688,612 
679,959 
690,050 
668,506 

665,732 
679,611 

680,576 

681,049 

685,587 

688,076 

689,071 

690,253 



687,214 

666,926 

685,752 

670,474 

670,475 

670,476 
668,956 

665,652 

684,806 
690,254 

664,843 

678,383 
665,733 
664,844 
678,614 

681,689 

683,452 



678,168 
669,955 

682,050 



Date. 



Dec. 3 
Jan. 1 

Aug. 13 



Aug. 13 

July 30 

Jan. 1 
July 9 
Jan. 15 
July 9 

Sept. 3 
Dec. 31 



Dec. 31 

Nov. 26 

May 7 
Apr. 16 

July 30 

Dec. 10 
Aug. 6 
Dec 31 
Feb. 19 

Jan. 8 
July 30 

Aug. 13 

Aug. 20 

Oct. 29 

Dec. 3 

Dec. 17 

Dec. 31 



Nov. 26 

Jan. 29 

Nov. 5 

Mar. 26 

Mar. 26 

Mar. 26 
Feb. 26 

Jan. 8 

Oct. 22 
Dec. 31 

Jan. 1 

July 16 
Jan. 8 
Jan. 1 
July 16 

Sept.' 3 

Oct. 1 



July 9 
Mar. 12 
Sept. 3 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



719 
714 

1390 



1392 



997 
1201 
2300 
1202 

587 



4855 



4646 



2891 

738 
2476 

4651 

1724 

468 

4484 

2444 

1726 
4462 

1566 

2515 

4044 

721 

2596 



4857 



2892 

4017 

36 

2652 

5653 

2654 
3371 

1576 

2577 
4859 

23 

2003 

1730 

25 

2480 

43 

49 



1579 
1653 
737 



165 

159 

J3C3 

1304 



231 

277 

531 

277 

(123 

)124 

1121 

(1072 
1 1073 
11074 
1.1075 
632 

175 



(1045 

11046 

406 

98 

1033 

548 

397 

(1002 
11003 
(344 
1345 
(556 
J557 
(926 
(927 
j 165 
1166 
(600 
1601 

1122 



927 

7 

621 

621 

622 
750 



590 
1122 



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456 



6 

554 



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94 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



127 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 



Erdman, Albert W., Derby, Conn., assignor to Driggs-Seabury Gun and Ammunition 
Company, New York, N. Y. Adjustable stop for controlling breech mechanism of au- 
tomatic or semi-automatic guns. -. - 

Erdman, Albert W., Derby, Conn., assignor to Driggs-Seabury Gun and Ammunition 
Company, New York, N. Y. Adjustable stop for controlling breech mechanism of au- 
tomatic or semi-automatic guns _ 

Erfurth, Ottomar, Teuchern, Germany. Edge-mill 

Erhardt, Paul, Berlin, Germany. Connecting fangs of knives, forks, or the like with 
handles of same 

Erhart, A. J. (See Williams, William E., assignor.) 

Erickson, Andrew M., Barrett, Minn. Cutter.. 

Erickson. Anthony, Prince Albert, Canada. Ax 

Erickson, Charles J. (See Keith and Erickson.) 

Erickson, Erick A (See Anderson. Erickson, and AVickstrcm.) 

Erickson, Frederick W, Boston, Mass. Valve-operating mechanism 

Erickson, Gustaf A., and E. Nilson, Minneapolis, Minn. Artificial leg 

Erickson, John (See Keith and Erickson.) 

Erickson, John E (See Arnsberger, Cyrus A., assignor.) 

Erickson, John E., St. Paul, Minn. Dovetailing-machine 

Erickson, John E., St. Paul, Minn. Box-trimming machine 

Erickson, Martin, Waubay, S. D. Power-hammer. 

Erickson, Paul E., Scandia, Kans. Portable dump and elevator 

Erickson, Sarah P. E., Scandia, Kans. Tank-car for preventing vegetable growth on 

railway-beds 

Ericson, Nels E., Ridgway, Pa. Mantle-support* 

Ericsson, Anders C, and D. Anderson, Salem, S. D. Binder 



Ericsson, Lars M., assignor to Aktiebolagct L. M. Ericsson & Co., Stockholm, Sweden. 
Telephone switch apparatus 

Erie Exploration Company. (See Erie, James P., assignor.) 

Erie, James P., assignor to Erie Pneumatic Hub Company, Los Angeles, Cal. Wheel for 
vehicles. 



Erie, James P., New York, N. Y., assignor to Erie Exploration Company, New York, 

N. Y., and Dover, Del. Current-regulator 

Erie, James P., New York, N. Y., assignor to Erie Exploration Company, New York, 

N. Y., and Dover, Del. Kheostatie support 

Erie, James P., New York, N. Y., assignor to Erie Exploration Company, New York, 

N. Y., and Dover, Del. Current-regulator __ 

Erie, James P., New York, N. Y., assignor to Erie Exploration Company, New York, 

N. Y., and Dover, Del. Apparatus for agitating and heating air 

Erie, James P., New York, N. Y., assignor to Erie Exploration Company, New York,) 

N. Y., and Dover, Del. Electric heater _ ] 

Erie Pneumatic Hub Company. (See Erie, James P., assignor.) 

Erikson, Laurence, Evanston, 111. Watch-regulator 

Erisman, Clem, assignor to F. M. Pratt, Decatur, 111. Tank and means for discharging 

contents thereof T 

Erisman, Clem, assignor to F. M. Pratt, Decatur, 111. Tank and means for discharging; 

contents thereof 5 

Erlick, Edwarc". H., Cincinnati, Ohio. Sole-edge trimmer 

Ermold, George, Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to George Ermold Company, New York, N.Y. 

Surgical instrument : 

Ermold, George, Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to George Ermold Company, New York, N. Y.) 

Tonsilotome - ) 

Ermold, George, Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to George Ermold Company, New York, N. Y. 

Tonsilotome 

Ermold, Joseph, Hazleton, Pa. Curtain-pole bracket 

Ernst, Albert C, Newcastle, Pa. Envelop 

Ernst, EmilR., New" Yor!i, N. Y. Er.ereising-machine 

Ernst, Gustav, assignor 'ojirm, Carl Zeiss, Jena, Germany. Screw-thread gage 

Ernst, John C, assignor of or.e-hal£ to R. N. Johnqv.est, Ansonia, Conn. Finger-nail clip- 



per. 



Ernst, Julius. (Sec Sehmiclcnucr and nrnct.) 

Ernst, Otto, assignor '„c Farbwcrke, verm. J leister, Lucius & Briining, Hochst-on-the- 

Main, Germany. Black polyazo dye :.nd -making same 

Ernst, Otto, and K. TJchirmaener, assignors to F.irhwerke, vormals Meister, Lucius & 

Briining, Hochrt-cn-the-Main, Germany. Violet-black azo dye and making same 

Ernst, Richard. ( See Clark and Ernst.) 

Ernst, William M., New York, N. Y. Steam-boiler _ , 

Ernst, William M., New Yo.rk, N. Y. Steam-boiler _ 

Ernst, Vilur.::: SI., l~cw York, '.'. Y. Steam-lociler _ 

Ernv, Wiihoim, HaLe-on-the-Saalo, Germ ..:■-, ^.a: elsetreie for electric batteries 

Erskine, William B., assignor fo Amcrlecc . '-"dco3iailc Lc:~ Company, New York, N. Y. 
Loom .„...--. .. ............a....... , 

Ersland, Amoa;-!., Yvuithurst, Ala. Adding-maeli;ac 



Ertheiler, Philip il., Philadelphia, Pa. Manufacturing cigars 

Ertheiler, Philip H., Ichiladelphia, Pa. Manufacturing plug-tobacco 

Ervin, George It , Johnstown, Pa., assignor to Lorain Steel Company, of Pennsylvania. 
Railway-switeia , 

Ervin, James EL, acaignor to Cleveland Block Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Tackle-block 

Erway, Benjamir. 17., Rodney, ^owa. Cultivator _ 

Erwin, James B., ~irl .raukee , Wis. Pressure- regulator. 

Erwin, James B., and J. N. Moehn, Milwaukee, Wis. Car starter and mover 

Erwin, Melville E., assignor to Dubuque Enameling Company, Dubuque, Iowa. Enam- 
eled vessel - 

Erwin, Melville E., assignor to Dubuque Enameling Company, Dubuque. Iowa. Enam- 
eled army canteen and making same 

Erwin, William H. H.. York, Pa. Oil-can 

Esch, Henry S., New York, N. Y., assignor of one-half to N. P. Valerius, Chicago, 111.! 
Electric shifting device for railways < 

Esch, Henry S., New York, N. Y., assignor of one-half to N. P. Valerius, Chicago, 111.' 
Automatic track-switch for electric railways.. 

Esch, Paul, Milwaukee, Wis. Mustache-guard 



665,198 



665,199 
676,982 

671,544 

678,651 
687,138 



674,135 
676,553 

669,686 

675,940 

686,275 
675,941 

677,445 
680,031 

672,894 
681,878 

673,390 

673,391 

673,392 

673,428 

682,323 
682,324 

665,889 

670,581 
670,582 
676,380 

668,911 
678,333 

678,334 
664,845 
680,480 
670,706 
664,995 

671,793 

679,221 

667,935 

686,719 

686,720 

686,721 
680,848 

669,916 

684,682 

683,453 
683,454 

683,920 
677,446 
675,592 
670,539 
685,120 

677,309 

689,797 
670,509 

690,255 



690,256 
679,303 



Jan. 



Jan. 1 
June 25 

Apr. 9 

July 16 
Nov. 19 



May 14 
June 18 

Mar. 12 
June 11 
Nov. 12 
June 11 

July 2 
Aug. 6 

Apr. 30 
Sept. 3 

May 7 

May 7 

May 7 

May 7 

Sept. 10 
Sept. 10 

Jan. 15 

Mar. 26 
Mar. 26 
June 25 

Feb. 26 

July 9 

July 9 
Jan. 1 
Aug. 13 
Mar. 26 
Jan. 1 

Apr. 9 



July 


23 


Feb. 


12 


Nov. 


19 


Nov. 


19 


Nov. 
Aug. 


19 
20 


Mar. 


12 


Oct. 


15 


Oct. 
Oct. 


1 

1 


Oct. 

July 
June 
Mar. 
Oct. 


8 

2 

4 

26 

22 



June 25 

Dec. 24 
Mar. 20 

Dec. 31 

Dec. 31 
July 30 



716 



718 
3126 



1252 



2554 
2722 



1401 
2305 



413 



160 
160 



571 
597 



324 

; 513 

1514 



1127 

1095 

1044 
1097 

203 
583 



267 
(241 
|242 
230 
242 

50 

127 

[872 

[873 

83,84 



34 
35 



117 

1222 
1225 

2027 

2833 
2834 
2905 

3285 
1892 

1894 
26 
1394 
3065 
321 

1705 



3673 

1422 

1882 

1885 

1887 
2139 

1578 

2345 

50 
51 

917 

204 

433 

2752 

3172 

3746 

3949 

2704 



27 

277 

(277 
1278 

471 

662 
(662 
1663 

654 

733 

(434 
(435 

435 

6 

305 

719 

72 

394 



418 

(418 

| 419 

419 

468 

372 

(531 

]532 

14 



4861 



4863 
3851 



205 

51 

90 

645 

728 

843 

919 
634 
(1122 
11123 

1123 
861 



94 

94 
95 

95 

96 
97 

95 

r 95 

94 i 

-95 

97 
95 



^95 
96 

95 

95 

95 

95 

96 
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94 

94 

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94 



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94 
94 

95 



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97 
96 

94 

[97 

97 
97 

97 
96 
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94 
97 

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128 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Esch, William G.. Manitowoc, Wis. Twine-holder.. 

Eseh, William G., Manitowoc, Wis. Twine-holder 

Esch, William G., Manitowoc, Wis. Twine-holder 

Eschemann, William, assignor of one-third to G. W. Koch, Philadelphia, Pa. 
scale 



Letter- 



Eschler, Richard T. (See Richter and Eschler.) 
Eschwege & Cohn. (See Bechtold, William S., assignor.) 

Eschwege, Hermann, Forest Hill, England. Making concentrated extract of coffee 

Eschwei, Charles, New York, assignor of one-half to M. Duklauer, Mount Vernon, N. Y. 

Electric-arc lamp _. _ 

Eskerson, John, Kansas City, Mo. Self-chalker for billiard-cues 

Eskes, Luke, Washburn, N. D. Plow _. _ 

Esmond Electric Traction and Signal Company. (See Esmond, Frederick C, assignor.) 

Esmond Electric Traction Company. (See Esmond, Frederick C assignor.) 

Esmond, Frederick C, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Esmond Electric Traction and Signal 

Company, of West Virginia. Unit-multiple system of electrical train control 

Esmond, Frederick C, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Esmond Electric Traction and Signal 

Company, of West Virginia. Unit-multiple system of electric railways -- 

Esmond, Frederick C, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Esmond Electric Traction and SignaL 
Co., of West Virginia. Unit-multiple system of train control ; 

Esmond, Frederick C, Brooklyn. N. Y., assignor to Esmond Electric Traction and Signal 
Co., of West Virginia. Unit-multiole system of train control. 

Esmond, Frederick C, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Esmond Electric Traction Company, 
of West Virginia. Closed-conduit system of electric railways 

Esmond, Frederick C, New York, N.Y., assignor to Esmond Electric Traction Company, 
Electric railway 

Esmond, Frederick C, New York, and N. P. Otis, Yonkers, N. Y. Current-collector for 
electric railways __ 

Esmond, William V., assignor to F. P. Leffingwell, Chicago, 111. Holder for cameras 

Espe, Albert O., Crookston, Minn. Land-roller 

Espenlaub, John, and W. B. Millis, Evansville, Ind. Punch _ 

Esselen, Henry M., Boston, Mass. Built-up structure and holder.. 

Esser, Christian, Wiener Neustadt, assignor of one-half to A. Pollak, Vienna, Austria- 
Hungary. Apparatus for the production of half-stuff from peat _ 

Essex, George B., assignor to G. B. Essex Brass Company, Detroit, Mich. Lubricator. . 

Essex, George B., assignor to G. B. Essex Brass Company, Detroit, Mich. Lubricator _. 

Essig, Ralph R., Caaton, Ohio. Corn-planter 

Essig, Ralph R., Canton, Ohio. Embroidery-ring _._ 

Esson, William B., London, England. Electriccableforthree-phasealternatingcurrents 

Estabrook, Esther A., Scranton, Pa. Skirt-supporter 

Estabrook, Harry M.. assignor to Barney & Smith CarCompany, Dayton, Ohio. Remov- 
able curtain-rod for folding berths in sleeping-cars 

Estell, Samuel F., Chicago, 111. Match-safe. 

Estell, Samuel F., Chicago, 111. Car-seal. 

Esterly, Charles E., Lawrence, Kans. Blowpipe 

Estes, Eugene, Los Angeles, Cal. Extension-table 

Estes, George L., Shawnee, Okla.Ter. Safety-pocket 

Estes, William B., Danville, 111. Furnace , 

Estes, William J., Shawnee, Okla. Ter. Vehicle-top 

Esty, William, Laconia, N. H. Steam-boiler 

Etheridge, Harry, McKeesport, Pa. Automatic protecting and detecting device for elec- 
tric-light circuits 

Etheridge, Harry, McKeesport, Pa. Self-locking insulator and pin 

Etheridge, Harry, McKeesport, Pa. Coagulant-feeder 

Etheridge, Harry, McKeesport, Pa. Globe-tester 

Ethier, Victor, Webster, Mass. Stovepipe-holder 

Etnyre, Edward D. Oregon, 111. Sprinkler-head 

Etter, William H, Cutler, Ohio. Combined twine holder and lifter 

Eubank, Alfred. (See Beard, Andrew J., assignor.) 

Eudelin, Maurice A., Paris, France. Motor for automobiles driven by explosion of in- 
flammable vapors 

Eugene Dietzgen Company. (See Schildhauer, Edward, assignor.) 

Eugster, Johann J., NewRiegel, Ohio. Machine for making communion-wafers 

Eureka Electric Company. (See Kusel, Isidor J., assignor.) 

Eureka Shoe Company. (See Hebert, Arsene, assignor.) 

Eustice, Daniel L., Galena, 111. Machine for mixing and packing axle-grease 

Eustice, Edward A., and C. C. Koeper, Newton, Iowa. Band-cutter and feeder 

Evanovitch, Gusser. (See Dore and Evanovitch.) 
Evanovitch, Lissie A. (See Dore and Evanovitch, assignors.) 
Evans, Alfred T. (See Bickel and Evans.) 

Evans, Burd P., Philadelphia, Pa. Hook and eye 

Evans, Caleb S., Union City, Ind. Shotgun 

Evans, Charles A., Haverhill, Mass. Tacli-puller 

Evans, David H. (See Hepburn, Taylor, and Evans.) 
Evans, David H. (See Taylor and Evans.) 

Evans, Edward T , Upper Clapton, England. Non-refillable bottle 

Evans, Edwin F., Fredericksburg, Tex. Water-tank 

Evans, George E., assignor to Kingman Plow Company, Peoria, 111. Steering mechan- 
ism for plows ._ 

Evans, George R., Fresno, Cal. Trap _ 

Evans, Hugh, Buffalo, N. Y. Detachable saw-handle 

Evans, James E.,and W. Curtis, Duluth, Minn. Hot-water heater 

Evans, Joseph T., Rushville, Nebr. Railway-switch 

Evans, Louis C. (See Dodson and Evans.) 

Evans, Lyman H., assignor to W. M. Randleman, Des Moines, Iowa. Mop-wringer. 

Evans, Lyman H., assignor, by mesne assignments, of one-half to Equitable Specialty 

Company, Des Moines, Iowa. Mop-wringer 

Evans, Lynden. (See Young, Henry M., assignor.) 

Evans, Quimby N., Brooklyn, N. Y. Expansion-joint for pipes - - 

Evans, Samuel, assignor of one-half to C. L. Rawson, Chicago, 111. Preparing surfaces 

for engraving by sand-blast or acid-etching process and engraving such surfaces 

Evans, Samuel H., assignor to A. H. Ryan, Trenton, N. J. Car-fender 



667.769 
667,820 
681,533 

668,349 



086,689 

689,336 
690,022 
665,078 



670,895 
670,896 
670,897 

670,898 

674,458 

687,522 

667,509 
672,703 
685,588 
664,840 
670,579 



090.303 
081,412 
6S4,418 

666,896 

671,474 
682,845 
669,3S5 



689,805 
683,028 
689,172 
681,690 
678,948 
083.029 
686,276 
677,340 
667,431 

670,986 
676,881 
678,462 
683,183 
677,447 
684,542 
684,361 



680,237 
677,648 

682,608 
674,367 



669,515 
676,181 
665,079 



671,880 
679,612 

688,228 
667,303 
689,580 
665,200 

671,373 

678,867 

688,613 

686,598 

684,208 
673,361 



Feb. 12 
Feb. 12 
Aug. 27 

Feb. 19 



Nov. 12 

Dec. 17 
Dec. 31 
Jan. 1 



Mar. 26 
Mar. 26 
Mar. 26 

Mar. 26 

May 21 

Nov. 26 

Feb. 5 
Apr. 23 
Oct. 29 
Jan. 1 
June 18 

Dec. 31 

Aug. 27 
Oct. 15 

Jan. 29 

Apr. 9 
Sept. 17 
Mar. 5 

Dec. 31 

Sept. 24 
Dec. 17 
Sept. 3 
July 23 
Sept. 24 
Nov. 12 
July 2 
Feb. 5 

Apr. 2 
June 25 
July 16 
Sept. 10 
July 2 
Oct. 15 
Oct. 8 



Aug. 13 
July 2 

Sept. 17 
May 21 



Mar. 12 
June 11 
Jan. 1 



Apr. 9 
July 30 

Dec. 3 
Feb. 5 
Dec. 24 
Jan. 1 

Apr. 2 

July 23 
Dec. 10 

Nov. 12 

Oct. 8 
Apr. 30 



1107 
1217 
3418 

2173 



1832 

3084 

4430 

471 



3391 



2013 

3483 

658 

3429 

4046 

27 

2344 

5050 
3184 
1875 

3958 

1114 

2180 
567 

4099 
2508 
2774 

44 
3122 
2.-.09 
1046 

23 
519 

113 

290S 
2150 
961 
206 
2079 
1703 



950 
572 



1717 
1843 



818 
1557 
472 



1857 
4407 



253 
3527 
719 

923 



2950 
1725 
1635 

1455 

4684 



241 

266 
758 



406 

719 

1021 

109 



804 

804 
(804 
^805 
(806 

806 

466 

767 

133 

789 

927 

7 

524 

1165 
709 
416 
(909 
'(910 
257 
492 
131 

951 

570 
643 

9 
699 
570 
230 

5 
104 

27 
654 
486 
216 

51 
469 



215 
136 



392 
427 
43S 



191 
348 
109 



431 
1003 

227 

53 

827 

161 

(209 

1210 

604 

406 

365 

823 

1082 



94 
94 



94 



97 

97 
97 
94 



94 

94 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1901. 



129 



Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Evans, Samuel J., Roanoke, Va. Umbrella rib and stretcher joint _-_ 

Evans, Samuel M., et al. (See Frazier, George W., assignor.) 

Evans' Sons, John. (See Evans, William, assignor.) 

Evans, Walter, Birchfleld, assignor to Globe Cashier (British and Foreign) Limited, 

London, England. Till and means for registering cash receipts 

Evans, William, assignor to J. Evans' Sons, Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for shaving/ 

leather . _ . _ \ 

Evans, William J., Pittsburg, Pa. Rail- joint 

Evans, William J., assignor to McKesson & Robbins, New York, N. Y. Nasal cup 

Evans, William M., assignor of three-fourths to A. H. Bergman, F. M. Taylor, and C. C.) 



Smead, Newton, Iowa. Computing cheese-cutting apparatus 

Evard, John E., assignor of one-half to A. A. McKain, Indianapolis, Ind 
distinguishing genuine from spurious coins 

Eveland, Samuel S., Philadelphia, Pa. Antifriction-bearing 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Philadelphia, Pa 



Apparatus foW 



Antifriction-bearing _ : _ 

Antifriction end-thrust device 

Antif riction-beari ng 

Antifriction-bearing 

(See Alsen and Evenson.) 
M., Ottofy, N. D. Combined plate and stove-lid lifter. 



Eveland, Samuel S 

Eveland, Samuel S 

Eveland, Samuel S 

Eveland, Samuel S 

Evenson, Hagbart. 

Evenstad, Hartvig 

Everaerd, Bernard, Gladstone, Mich. Saw-set 

Evered, Joshua, Duluth, Minn. Apparatus or engine for reciprocating saws, &c 

Everest, Augustine R. , Lynn, Mass. , assignor to General Electric Company, of New York. 
Potential-regulator 

Everest, Augustine R. , Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Elect ric Company, of New York. 
Flux-screen for transformers 

Everest, Augustine R., Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Electric Company. System of 
electrical distribution _ _ 

Everest, Augustine R., Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Electric Company. Current- 
transformer 

Everest, Augustine R., Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Electric Company. Regulator 

Everett, Arthurs., Lawrence, Mass. Expansion-pulley. . 

Everett, Boyd, et al. (See McClellan, Jackson, assignor.) 

Everett, George W., New York, N. Y. Cover for stationary washtubs 

Everett, John E., assignor of three-fourths to F. H., A. S., and J. W. Blackledge, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. Electrical apparatus . .. 

Everett, Mary L. (See Orcutt, Charlotte D., assignor.) 

Everelt, Otis W., Worcester, Mass. Skate . 

Everett, William B., and J. B. Harris. Everett, La. Nut-lock ___ 

Everett, William J., Indianapolis, Ind. Washing-machine 

Everhart, Edgar, Atlanta, Ga., assignor to Piedmont Chemical Company, Portland, Me. 

. Making alum 

Everhart, John W., Grand Rapids, Mich. Jar cover and clamp 

Everhart, Martin, Austin, Tex. Seed-planter 

Everitt, James A., Indianapolis, Ind. Hand seeding-machine 

Eversmann, Henry, Cincinnati, Ohio. Fire-extinguishing apparatus. 

Eversole, Oscar P., Fort Wayne, Ind. Burner ___ 



No. 



Everson, George, assignor to A. Anderson, Detroit, Mich. Match- machine 

Everson, John Q., Pittsburg, Pa. Draft-regulator 

Everts, Frank, assignor to St. Louis Wooden Ware Works, St. Louis. Mo. Washboard. 

Evolution Cycle Company. (See Nichols, Marion L., assignor.) 

Evoy Patent Compass (Parent) Company. (See Reynolds, Wallace J., assignor.) 

Ewald, William E., Chicago, 111. Multiple-cylinder engine - 

Ewan, JohnT., Bethalto, 111. Grain-scouring machine 

Ewan, Thomas, Oldbury, England. Apparatus for purifying water 

Ewan, Thomas, Birmingham, England, and J. Pfleger, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. 
Making alkaline amids _ 



Ewart, John K., Glasgow, Scotland. Brake mechanism for railway or other wagons 

Ewart Manufacturing Company. (See Howe, Glenn G., assignor.) 
Ewart Manufacturing Company. (See Howe, Louis C, assignor.) 
Ewart Manufacturing Company. (See Renold, Hans, assignor.) 

Ewbank, Ernest L., assignor of one-half to H. B. Brunot, Hendersonville, N. C. Wire 
fence 



Ewell, Ernest W. (See Cowell, Newell P., assignor.) 

Ewen, John D. (See Fowler and Ewen.) 

Ewen, Malcolm F., assignor to Gracechurch Syndicate, Limited, London, England. Ap- 
pliance for fixing sheets of glass for grinding, polishing, or other operations... 

Ewer, Roland G. (See Leu, Frederick, assignor.) 

Ewers, Abel W. , assignor to C. Richardson, Toronto, Canada. Trousers-former 

Ewest, Otto H., Jersey City, N. J. Pipe-cutting tool : _ 

Ewing, Frank C, Acadia, Va. Selective signaling _. _. 

Ewing, Frederick, Buffalo, N. Y. Shingling-bracket 

Ewing, Frederick, assignor of one-half to I. R. Amsden, Buffalo, N. Y. Scaffold-bracket. 

Ewing, James A. (See Barker and Ewing.) 

Excelsior Automatic Knitting Machine Company (Sec Johns, Will R., assignor.) 

Excelsior Knitting Machine Manufacturing Company. (See Hirner, Emil A., assignor. ) 

Excelsior Stove & Manufacturing Company. (See Ohnemus. Anton, assignor.) 

Exchange Scrip Book Company. (See Richardson and Langston, assignors.) 

Eyanson, George T., assignor to H. J. Dercum, trustee, Philadelphia, Pa. Porous dia- 
phragm for batteries 

Eyanson, George T., and A. J. Shinn, assignors to H. J. Dercum, trustee, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Manufacturing zinc-amalgam plates 

Eyanson, George T., and A. J. Shinn, assignors to H. J. Dercum, trustee, Philadelphia, 
'Pa. Base for battery-cells -.. 

Eycleshymer, George W., Troy, assignor of one-half to M. J. Eycleshymer, Raymer- 
town, N. Y. Steam-radiator 

Eycleshymer, Mary J. (See Eycleshymer, George W. , assignor. ) 

Eylar, Matthew S., East Orange, N. J., assignor to Elliott and Hatch Book Typewriter) 
Company, of New York. Type-writing machine j 

Eynon, William H., Niles, assignor of one-half to D. F. Anderson, Youngstown, Ohio. 
Dumping- vehicle -- --- - 

Ezell, Francis L, Wilkerson, Tenn. Plow 

9 PAT 



tm.tw, 



675,593 

687,523 

679,613 
687,139 

689,581 



670,950 
670,951 
676.939 
676.940 
687,954 

667,691 
679,017 
680,136 

670,952 

678,233 

687,140 

687,141 
688,614 
664,996 

685,589 

G88,401 

672,756 
689,173 
681,958 

690,257 
682,246 

6S4.2II9 
676,182 
679,049 

066,957 

672,429 
678,113 

673,860 



6S2.676 
677,347 
669,626 

674,295 
680,768 



687,142 

685,204 

686,277 
669,983 
666,958 
675,625 
689,390 



688,077 
669,007 
678,249 
673,767 

669,627 

670,315 I 
i 670,355 I 



Date. 



Oct. 1 



June 4 

Nov. 26 

July 30 
Nov. 19 

Dec. 24 

Dec. 17 

Apr. 2 
Apr. 2 
June 25 
June 25 
Dec. 3 

Feb. 12 
July 23 
Aug. 6 

Apr. 2 

July 9 

Nov. 19 

Nov. 19 
Dec. 10 
Jan. 1 

Oct. 29 

Dec. 10 

Apr. 23 
Dec. 17 
Sept. 3 

Dec. 31 

Sept. 10 
Oct. 8 
June 11 
July 23 

Jan. 29 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 



Apr. 
July 
May 


16 
9 
14 


Sept 
July 
Mar. 


17 
3 
12 


May 


H 


Aug. 


20 


Nov. 


1> 


Oct. 


22 


Nov. 
Mar. 
Jan. 
June 
Dec. 


12 
19 
29 
4 
24 


Dec. 


3 


Feb. 


26 



Apr. 


30 


May 


7' 


Mar. 


12 


Mar. 
Mar. 


19 
19 



435 

3485 

4468 
2723 

3529 

2117 

46 

47 

3045 

8046 

473 

963 
3258 
756 

50 

1700 

2724 

2727 
1728 
322 

4048 

1317 

3543 
2775 
590 

4865 
1085 
1460 
1560 
3330 

4067 

2902 
1482 
919 



24 

1024 



1696 
1979 



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3316 

1047 
1714 
4000 
499 
3149 



723 
3458 
4473 

739 

1026 

2357 
2436 



106 



90,91 

1767 

1768 

1003 

597 

1827 

1 828 

1495 

-M96 

(497 

11 

11 

678 

678 

114 

210 
728 
168 

11,12 

390 



598 

407 

72 

927 

302 

810 
643 
125 



245 
324 
349 
744 
939 
940 
672 
342 
216 



420 

6 

243 

393 
i 434 

1435 



598 



763 

231 
401 
940 
103 
732 



166 

773 

1034 

176 

1243 
(244 

549 
571 



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-97 



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-97 



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95 



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96 
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94 



130 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



F. G. Otto & Sons. (See Schaub, Ferdinand, assignor.) 
F. H. Gilson Company. (See Gilson and Gleason, assignors.) 
F. L. Smidth & Company. (See Lindhard, Povl T., assignor.) 
F. M. Watkins Company. (See Hecker, Hugo A., assignor.) 
F. S. Webster Company. (See Bedworth, Arthur H., assignor.) 

Faber, Frank M., Riverside, assignor to Stirling Company, Chicago, 111. Steam-boiler. . 

Faber, Wilhelm, Berlin-Westend, Germany. Carriage for type- writers 

Faber, William M., and R. C. Greer, Chicago, 111. Water-filter 

Fabrik Chemischer Praeparate von Dr. Richard Sthamer. (See Althausse, Maximilian 

C. L., assignor.) 
Fackler, George G. (See Nussbaum, George B., assignor.) 
Fackler, George W. (See Belgram and Schehl, assignors.) 

Fader, Carlos, Landau, Germany. Gas-lighting apparatus 

Faethe, Max, Torrington, Conn. Portable hanging shelf 

Fageol, Rollie B., Des Moines, Iowa. Automobile 

Faget, Georges. (See Rouge and Faget. ) 

Fahlender, Christian, et al. (See Griin, Jacob, assignor.) 

Fahnestock, Charles L. , Winchester, Va. Adjustable axle for wheels _ 

Fahrney, Josiah, Waynesborough, Pa. Threshing-machine 



Fair, Gust A., Orion, 111. Wagon _ 

Fair, Jacob C, Monteray, Pa. Street-car-switch -operating device ... 

Fair, S. Robert, et al. (See Montgomery, John M., assignor.) 

Fairbairn, JohnT., Hydepark, Mass. Self cleaning safety-tread.. 

Fairbank Canning Company. (See Watson, John B., assignor.) 

Fairbank, Herbert A. (See Hulburd, Byron H , assignor.) 

Fairbanks, Arthur H. (See Fairbanks, George L. and A. H.) 

Fairbanks Company. (See Nurenberg, Frederick AV., assignor.) 

Fairbanks, Ephraim W., Los Angeles, Cal. Divided-axle car-truck 

Fairbanks, George L. and A. H., Worcester, Mass. Lathe 

Fairbrother, Frederic A., Jr., Providence, R. I. Belt-clasp 

Fairbrother, Guy L., Thompsonville, Conn. Electrical controller attachment 

Fairbrother, Guy L., and A. H. Mathewson, Thompsonville, Conn.; said Fairbrother as- 
signor to said Mathewson. Electrical controller attachment 

Fairburn, William T., and J. Hargreaves, Fall River, Mass. Shuttle checking and re- 
leasing mechanism for looms 

Fairchild, Charles. (See Bassett, Charles F., assignor.) 

Fairchild, Frank J., assignor to Hand Truck Attachment Company, Limited, Detroit, 
Mich. Truck attachment- _ 

Fairfield, John M., assignor to American Writing Machine Company, Hartford, Conn. 
Type- writing machine 

Fait, William. (See Read, Elias W., assignor.) 

Fake, George J. (See Wood, William, assignor.) 

Falardeau, Dennis L., Albany, N. Y. Toy... 

Falconer, Sydnor .VI., Dinwiddie County, Va., assignor of two-thirds to R. J. Meagher, 
Washington, D. C. Vehicle-brake 

Falconnet, Henri, and M. Perodeaud, Choisy-le-Roi, France. Manufacture of tires for 
vehicle- wheels, &c 

Fales, Cordelia S., Foxboro, and E. J. Rauch, Brockton, Mass. Dress-hook _. 

Fales, Lewis F., Walpole, assignor to F. W. Bird & Son, East Walpole, Mass. Paper-box? 
machine ) 



Fales, Lewis F., Walpole, assignor to F. W. Bird & Son, East Walpole, Mass. 
filling machine 



Package- 1 



Falk, Charles H., Kinsley, Kans. Threshing-machine 

Falk Company. (See Rogginger, John, assignor.) 

Falk, Emil. (See Chaplin and Falk.) 

Falk, Louis A. (See Bullard <*nd Falk.) 

Falkenhainer, Arthur, St. Louis, Mo. Vehicle-spring 

Falkenstein, Charles. (See Falkenstein, George S. and C.) 

Falkenstein, George S. and C, Pniladelphia, Pa. Manufacture of artificial leather 

Fall, George J. (See Harris and Fall. ) 

Fall, John O., Cleveland, Ohio. Combined sketching-hood and perspective-scale 

Faller, Ernest A., San Francisco, Cal., assignor, by mesne assignments, of one-half toi 
Electro-Mechanical Improvement Company, of West Virginia. Antifriction-bearing J 

Faller, Ernest A., assignor of one-half to J. W. Chisholm, San Francisco, Cal. Toy build- 
ing-block 



Faller, Ernest A., assignor of one-half to J. W. Chisholm, Baltimore, Md. Automatic^ 
telephone system ; 

Faltermayer, Frederick W. (See Faltermayer, Harry and F. W.) 

Faltermayer, Harry and F. W., Philadelphia. Pa. Electrical indicator. 

Fancy, Asaph A. (See York and Fancy.) 

Fanning, JohnT., Minneapolis, Minn. Transmitting-dynamometer. . 

Fannon, Robert D., Oakpark, assignor to D. Dunton, Carpentersville, 111. Hoisting de- 



Fanta, Ferdinand, 
lamps 

Farbenfabriken of 
Farbenfabriken of 
Farbenfabriken of 
Farbenfabriken of 
Farbenfabriken of 
Farbenfabriken of 
Farbenfabriken of 
Farbenfabriken of 
Farbenfabriken of 
Farbenfabriken of 
Farbenfabriken of 
Farbenfabriken of 
Farbenfabriken of 
Farbenfabriken of 
Farbenfabriken of 
Farbenfilii-lken of 



London, England. Manufacture and repair of incandescent electric 



Elberfeld Co. (See Bonhoeffer, Otto, assignor.) 

Elberfeld Co. (See Caron, Albert, assignor.) 

Elberfeld Co. (See Deinnth, Robert, assignor.) 

Elberfeld Co. (See Eichelbaum, Georg, assignor.) 

Elberfeld Co. (See Eichengriin, Arthur, assignor.) 

Elberfeld Co. (See Hausddrfer, Arthur, assignor.) 

Elberfeld Co. (See Herwig, Felix, assignor.) 

Elberfeld Co. (See Heymann, Bernhard, assignor.) 

Elberfeld Co. (See Hofmann. Fritz, assignor.) 

Elberfeld Co. (See Israel and Kothe, assignors.) 

Elberfeld Co. (See Nastvogel, Oscar, assignor. ) 

Elberfeld Co. (See Runkel, Friedrich, assignor.) 

Elberfeld Co. (See Schmidt, Robert E., assignor.) 

Elberfeld Co. (See Schmidt and Jakobi, assignors.) 

Elberfeld Co. (See Schmidt and Sertorius, assignors.) 

Elberfeld Co. (See Schmidt and Tust, assignors.) 



No. 



680,707 

680,321 
666,745 



676,619 
675,379 



672,098 
667,205 

682,247 

671,210 

683,642 



686,217 
682,405 
687,919 
688,506 

681,167 



679,279 
666,379 

676,125 

683,739 

684,050 
690,051 

072,430 

689,474 
672,442 

670,273 

667,770 

666,415 
665,653 



686,892 

685,590 
682,461 
689,642 
683,558 



Date. 



Aug. 20 

Aug. 13 
Jan. 29 



Dec. 31 
June 18 
June 4 



Apr. 16 
Feb. 5 

Sept. 10 

Apr. 2 

Oct. 1 



Nov. 5 
Sept. 10 
Dec. 3 
Dec. 10 

Aug. 20 

June 18 



July 23 
Jan. 22 

June 11 

Oct. 1 

Oct. 8 
Dec. 31 

Apr. 16 

Dec. 24; 
Apr. 23 

Mar. 19 

Feb. 12 

Jan. 22 
Jan. 8 

Feb. 26 

Nov. 19 

Oct. 29 
Sept. 10 
Dec. 24 
Oct. 1 



Monthly 
volume. 



1864 

1101 
3648 



4101 

2422 

20 



2278 
53 

1086 

612 

389 



943 

1354 
412 
1524 

2730 

2187 



3792 
2934 

1450 
569 

1169 

4484 

2904 

3315 
2930 

2280 

1109 

3008 
1577 

3515 

2242 

4048 

1459 

3634 

236 



Official 
Gazette. 



I 409 

|410 

245 

842 



951 
541 
5,6 



526 

12,13 

(245 

(246 

137 

87 



209 
307 
100 
354 

605 

486 



846 

678 

325 

125 

258 
1033 
1672 
1673 
T778 
J 779 
1 780 
(.781 

678 



532 

242 

697 
360 
361 

783 
'496 
497 
498 
499 
'928 

331 



53, 54 



1455 

1279 
804 



2759 
2381 
1863 



499 
1001 



129 



96 
94 



97 
95 
95 



95 

94 



95 
97 



97 1153 

96 2149 

97 i 1925 
97 , 2177 

96 ! 1629 

95 2333 



94 



640 



95 2168 
97 117 



97 256 
97 i 2835 



-95 

► 97 
95 

94 

94 

94 
•94 

94 

-97 



619 

2577 
642 

2291 

1230 

656 
335 

1757 

1467 

894 
2170 
2641 

51 



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131 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Farbenfabriken of Elberfeld Co. (See Ulrich and Heidenreich, assignors.) 

Farbwerk Muhlheim. (See Bender, Fritz, assignor.) 

Farbwerk Muhlheim, vorm. A. Leonhardt & Co. (See Bender and Mayer, assignors.) 



Farbwerke, vorm. Meister, Lucius & Brimin^. 
Farbwerke, vorm. Meister, Lucius & Briining. 
Farbwerke, vorm. Meister, Lucius & Briining. 
Farbwerke, vorm. Meister, Lucius & Briining. 
Farbwerke, vorm. Meister, Lucius & Briining. 
Farbwerke, vorm. Meister, Lucius & Briining. 
Farbwerke, vorm. Meister, Lucius & Briining. 
Farbwerke, vorm. Meister, Lucius & Briining. 
Farbwerke, vorm. Meister, Lucius & Briining. 
Farbwerke, vorm. Meister, Lucius & Briining. 
Farbwerke, vorm. Meister, Lucius & Briining. 
Farbwerke, vorm. Meister, Lucius & Briining. 
Farbwerke, vorm. Meister, Lucius & Briinine. 
Farbwerke, vorm. Meister, Lucius & Briining. 
Farbwerke, vormals Meister, Lucius & Briining 



(See Ammelburg, Alfred, assignor.) 
(See Becke and Beil, assignors.) 
(See Ernst, Otto, assignor.) 
(See Gussmann, Hermann, assignor.) 
(See Hess, Arnold, assignor.) 
(See Hoffmann, Carl, assignor.) 
(See Homolka, Benno, assignor.) 
(See Homolka and Hiibner, assignors.) 
(See Krauss and Wach, assignors.) 
(See Liebrecht, Arthur, assignor.) 
(See Link, Gustav, assignor.) 
(See Pauli and Krauss, assignors.) 
(See Reuter, Baptist, assignor.) 
(See Schirmacher, Karl, assignor.) 
(See Becke and Bablich, assignors.) 



Farbwerke, vormals Meister, Lucius & Briining. (See Ernst and Schirmacher, assignors. ) 
Farbwerke, vormals Meister, Lucius & Briining. (See Schirmacher, Karl, assignor.) 

Farini, Placidia, Rome, Italy. Calculating or like scale 

Faris, Adeeb. (See Shehadi and Faris.) 

Farish, Edward A., assignor of three-fourths to J. L. Gray and C. H. McLean, St. Louis, 

Mo. Chair 

Farish, Joseph F., and C. A. Dawes, St. Louis, Mo. Copy-holder 

Farland, Alfred A., Rah way, N. J. Harp attachment for banjos 

Farley, Charles E. (See Gould, John A., assignor:) 

Farley, Henry F., assignor of one-half to W. Kelley, Kalona, Iowa. Rotary engine 

Farley, James, Waukesha, "Wis., and J. Meehan, Chicago, 111. Automatic lubricator 

Farley, John P., assignor to Crampton-Farley Brass Co., Kansas City, Mo. Stop and 

waste cock 

Farley, Owen B. (See Rambler, Homer F., assignor.) • 

Farm Tool Manufacturing Company. (See Leffler and Hazel, assignors.) 

Farmer, Arcidas R., St. Louis, Mo. Elevator 

Farmer, Arthur J., Detroit, Mich. Long-distance type- writer 

Farmer, Elkana W., et al. (See Studebaker, William A., assignor.) 

Farmer, Luther C, Minneapolis, Minn. Kettle or dish cleaner, &c 

Farmer, Simeon E., Marion, Ky. Safety-hook 

Farmers Union. (See Lindstrom, John, assignor.) 

Farnet, Ludovic A., Montereau, France. System of bonding or jointing rails in railways. 

Farnham, Bion B., Castleton, N. Y. Cylinder-mold drive 

Farnham, Ed W., Chicago, 111. Electric-railway system 



Farnham, Frank G., Honesdale, Pa. Brush. _ _ 

Farnham, Frank G., Honesdale, Pa. Rotary brush 

Farnham, Frank H., Hartford, Conn. Gage-bar for buttonhole-cutters 

Farnoff, Jay W., assignor of two-thirds to H. Koons, Buffalo, N. Y. Motor-vehicle , 

Farnoff , Jay W., assignor of two-thirds to H. Koons, Buffalo, N. Y. Steering mechanism 
for motor- vehicles 

Farnsworth, Frederick B. (See Dreisbach, Charles A., assignor.) 

Farnsworth, H. E. (See Bower, Adolphus C, assignor.) 

Farnsworth, Philip, Schenectady, N. \ ., assignor to General Electric Company, of New? 
York. Electric railway ._ 

Farnsworth, Philip, Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company, of New 
York. Surface-contact railway __ _ _ 

Farnsworth, Philip, Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General Electric Company. Sys- 
tem of motor control _ 

Farnum, William C, Arlington, Vt. Type-writer__. 

Farquhar, Frederick W. and H. S., New York, N. Y.; said Frederick W. Farquhar as- 
signor to said H. S. Farquhar. Apparatus for treating and removing snow 

Farquhar, Henry S. (See Farquhar, Frederick W. and H. S.) 

Farquhar, Henry S., San Francisco, Cal. Apparatus for removing snow from thorough- 
fares 



Farr, Eugene M., Washington, D. C. Aerial vessel _ 

Farrall, George A., and C. Maul, assignors to Johnston Harvester Company, Batavia, 
N. Y. Metallic wheel _-- 

Farrand Organ Company. (See Courville, Joseph, assignor.) 
Farrand & Votey Organ Company. (See Courville, Joseph, assignor.) 
Farrand & Votey Organ Company. (See Whitehead, Aura E., assignor.) 

Farrar, Benjamin F., Springfield, Mass. Hydrant 

Farrar, Frederick A., et al. (See Fogelstrom, Peter G., assignor.) 

Farrar, George F.. assignor of one-half to J. M. Miller, Hoosick Falls, N. Y. Band-stretcher 

Farrar, Samuel, Cohoes, N. Y. Fire-controller 

Farrar, William M., Hoboken, N. J. Apparatus for supplying compressed air to mov- 
able motors and hoists _ 

Farrel Foundry and Machine Company. (See Dawson, James, assignor.) 

Farrell, Charles, Cairo, HI. Can-opener _ 

Farrell, George E., et al. (See Swaren, William A., assignor.) 

Farrell, James, Trosky, Minn. Wire-winding apparatus 

Farrell, Thomas C, Washington, N. J. Combined box-cap and shoe-plank holder 

Farrell, William A., assignor of one-half to J. Rauber, Wellsville, N. Y. Electric signal-i 

ing device for railways __ _ _ _5 

Farren, William D., assignor of one-fourth to E. T. Newsome, Newman, Cal. Railway- 



signal . 



Farwell, Alfred A., Harrison Hot Springs, Canada. Voting-machine 

Farwell, Harry C. (See Weller, John C, assignor.) 

Fasenmeyer, Joseph F., Fryburg, Pa. Checkrein-holder 

Fassett, B. A. (See Fassett, Nelson B., assignor.) 

Fassett, Francis K., assignor to L. Ehrlich, St. Louis, Mo. Roller side bearing 

Fassett, Francis K., St. Louis, Mo., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Chicago Railway 

Equipment Company, Chicago, 111. Brake-beam 

Fassett, Francis K., St. Louis, Mo., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Chicago Railway 

Equipment Company, Chicago, 111. Brake-beam 

Fassett, Nelson B , assignor, by mesne assignments, to B. A. Fassett, Chicago, 111. Bicycle. 
Fiiicett, Eugene V., Wilmington. Del. Friction -clutch 



676,740 



690,103 
669,745 
670,049 

678,652 
678,234 

684,210 



679,142 
673,429 



684,419 

682,051 
676,492 

668,170 

673,119 
677,502 
674,828 

666,307 

I 

666,308 



675,038 

677,966 

687,143 
673,981 

684,051 

684,052 
678,114 

687,397 



672,265 

671,065 
665,890 

680,849 

681,205 

673,599 
677,649 

688,724 

675,365 
670,633 

685,830 

682,406 

687,955 

687,956 
667,432 
681,847 



June 18 



Dec. 31 
Mar. 12 
Mar. 19 

July 16 
July 9 

Oct. 8 



July 23 

May 7 

Jan. 22 
Oct. 15 

Sept. 3 
June 18 



Feb. 


19 


Apr. 
July 
May 


30 
2 

21 


Jan. 


22 


Jan. 


22 



May 28 

July 9 

Nov. 19 
May 14 

Oct. 8 



Oct. 8 
July 9 

Nov. 26 

Apr. 16 

Apr. 2 
Jan. 15 

Aug. 20 

Aug. 27 

May 7 
July 2 

Dec. 10 

May 28 
Mar. 26 

Nov. 5 

Sept. 10 

Dec. 3 

Dec. 3 
Feb. 5 
Sept. 3 



21 152 



4586 
1262 
1856 

2554 
1703 



3523 
120 

3407 

1876 

739 
2189 

1836 

4251 
294 



2778 
2782 



3033 

1203 

2731 
1112 

1171 

1175 
1482 

3251 



2590 

264 
2029 

2140 

2802 

457 
574 

1911 

3633 
2938 

203 

1355 

473 

475 

521 
362 



1057 
299 
430 

572 
390 

325 



'87 
28,29 

790 
416 

160 

486 
(410 
)411 

975 
73 

612 
(644 
1645 
( 645 
"| 640 



| 695 

278 

599 
260 

259 

[259 

i 26D 
342 

711 



597 



61 
471 



409 



107 

136 

(448 

1449 



690 

41 

307 

114 

115 
105 
73 



95 

97 
94 
94 

96 
96 

97 

96 
95 

94 
97 

96 
95 

[■94 

1 
95 

1-94 
J- 94 

-95 



97 
95 

97 

•97 
96 

97 



95 

95 
94 

96 

96 

95 



95 
94 

97 

96 

97 

97 
94 



132 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



No. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



Faughnan, Thomas R., Colusa, Cal. Beer-cooling apparatus .. 

Faught, Luther R., Philadelphia, Pa. Car-wheel 

Faught, Luther R., Philadelphia, Pa. Car-wheel 

Faul, William J., New York, N. Y. Lubricating apparatus 

Faulkner, Nellie A. (See Groom, Isaac E., assignor.) 
Faulkner, William J., Chicago, 111. Gas-generating apparatus 

Faurest, Theodore, Clearlake, Ark. Fruit-picker 

Faust, Gustav, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hanger 

Fausten, Franz P. (See Brammertz and Fausten.) 
Fauvre, Frank M. (See Gaynor, John J., assignor.) 

Fawcett, John W., Lawrenceburg, Ind. Car-coupling 

Fawell, Joseph, Pittsburg, Pa. valve-gear for engines 



Fawell, Joseph, assignor to Mackintosh, Hemphill & Company, Pittsburg, Pa. 
mill 



Rolling-) 



Fawkes, Charles G. (See Dibbens, Ernest A., assignor.) 

Fawkes, Joseph W., Jr., San Francisco, Cal. Movable advertising device . 



Fawkes, Joseph W., Sr., Burbank, Cal. Fruit grader, cutter, and pitter 

Faxon, Frank C, assignor to Pacific Acetylene Gas Company, San Francisco, Cal. Ap-) 
paratusfor generating acetylene gas 5 

Faxon, William H., et at. (See Chandler, Frank M., assignor.) 

Fay, Charles N., Chicago, 111. Type-writing machine 

Fay, Charles P., assignor to J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company, Chicopee, Mass. Pro- 
tractor 



Fay, Fred E., Los Angeles, Cal. Machine for ironing edges of collars and cuffs or other 
starched articles j __ _ 

Fay, Henry R., Boston, Mass. Combination instrument for sealing envelops and for af- 
fixing stamps and labels 

Fay, Irving H., and S. A. Crawford; said Crawford assignor to F. Stebler, Riverside, 
Cal. Machine for cleaning fruit. _ 

Fay, Owen H. (See Porter, Henry C, assignor.) 

Fayerweather and Ladew. (See Krom, Stephen R., assignor.) 

Feathers, Sarah L., Prairie City, Iowa. Spittoon. . 

Featherstonhaugh, Arthur, Lakeside, assignor of one-half to H. Hoge, Chicago, 111. 
Roller-bearing _ _ 

Featherstonhaugh, Arthur, assignor of one-half to P. Fitzgerald, Chicago, 111. Roller- 
bearing _ 

Feder, Emanuel, Cleveland, Ohio. Sash-operating mechanism 

Federal Appliance and Manufacturing Company. (See Carson, Lauris L., assignor.) 
(Reissue.) 

Federal Appliance and Manufacturing Company. (See Stockholm, Frank C, assignor.) 

Federal Glue Company. (See Kelsey, Lovell L., assignor.) 

Federal Match Company. (See San, Morris, assignor.) 

Federmann, Josef, Kattowitz, Germany. Spittoon 

Federroll, Rudolph, New York, N. Y. Acetylene-gas generator 

Fedick, Edward A. (See Johengen and Fedick.) 

Fedra, Henriette, Reichenberg, Austria-Hungary. Corset 

Feehan, John S. (See Northgraves, William, assignor.) 

Fehling, Paul, Berlin, Germany. Lock 

Fehr, William, assignor to Steel Heddle Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Heddle and heddle-frame 

Fehr, William, assignor to Steel Heddle Manufac